There are many lessons to be learned from this story, but one of the major ideas is friends can help you through anything. I believe that this is the theme of the story because Uri took him in. Another reason I believe this is he kept people from starving. Lastly,The farmers gave him a job and money.Uri and Misha became friends by Misha stealing his bread and running.
Uri met Misha at the beginning of the book.Uri is a teenager who chased Misha when he stole bread.Uri gave Misha a home and food.Uri turned on him in the book but still helped him because he was a true friend.By the end of the book he tried to kill Uri.Uri met him and took him …show more content…
Then these farmers found him.The farmers put bandages around him and asked him if he was a Jew.He said yes and the farmers got worried.They said that the Jackboots can’t find Misha or the farmers would go to jail and Misha would die.The farmers gave Misha a job and food for the three years he stayed there.When the war ended the farmers gave Misha money and clothes and let him leave.This helps my point exist because the farmers could have not done anything and let Misha die.
There are many life lessons to be learned from milkweed Although the main theme of the book is friends can help you through anything. My first reason Uri took him in. Another reason this is the theme the author is trying to show is that he kept people from starving. Lastly,the farmers gave him a job and money.Even though you think your problem is to personal tell a friend tried they can help you through