They didn’t care what other people say but they decided on what was the right choice.It also showed that for every decision they would make could affect their future.
The end of The Giver had a sad ending since Jonas and Gabe were having difficulty surviving their escape.
It was described that both of them were feeling cold because of the snow and left the story hanging for the readers thinking Jonas and Gabe died.
To secure the use of the laneway I needed obtain a permit from City of Yarra (the local council).
For permit approval I needed to notify all neighbours of the event, aquire public liability insurance, insure there would be sufficient lighting in the laneway and organize a traffic management plan.
Jonas from The Giver made a decision to run away because for two main reasons Firstly, Jonas wanted to run away from the pain and loneliness of their community.
Secondly, he wanted to save a baby named Gabe from being killed innocently.
Steps hire from Mega Deck Staging, Public Liability Insurance, bar supplies, lighting equipment, printing of promotional flyers and program, hired photographer, and a small artist payment for each artist to cover materials. Advice and assistance with logistical problems from Brona Keenan, City of Yarra Arts and Cultural Development Officer Arts & Cultural Services in liason with the Community Amenity Unit. I had incredible support and assistance from a wide range of friends within the Melbourne art community.
They helped with everything from writing the catalogue essay to serving at the bar on the night of the event.
The Giver and Holes The Giver of Lois Lowry and Holes by Louis Sachar are both based on certain societies and how the main characters on each book made decisions to solve the main problem.
The two stories contain a lot of dillemas for the main characters to decide on.