What do you think of Uncle Henrik's notion that it's easier to be brave if you do not know everything? Do you think Annemarie and her family are being brave? Ellen and her family? How?
Some students might, as Annemarie does, agree with Uncle Henrik: if you don't understand all of the risks or dangers facing you, it is easier to be brave. Other students might think this is dishonest: if you don't know what you're being brave about, it isn't really courage. The Rosens are facing what lies ahead, even though they don't know what it is, and trusting the people around them, even though they don't know a great deal about what's happening. The Johansens and Uncle Henrik are...
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