Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. July Learn how and when to remove this template message On his ninth birthday, Omri receives an old cupboard from his brother Gillon Vincent Kartheiser and a little Native American "Indian" figure made of plastic from his best friend Patrick Rishi Bhat.
Main Indian and the cupboard book report of the book Protagonist Patrick: Omri's best friend Little Bear: The brave toy indian that Patrick gives Omri for his birthday that becomes his friend and his secret.
They give him the magical cupboard for his birthday. Boone- The toy cowboy that belongs to Patrick. Omri's Parents- minor characters that Omri must hide his secret from.
The Antagonist of this story is the forces of nature that make it difficult for Omri to hide his secret. Plot- For his ninth birthday, Omri gets an old cupboard from his brothers and thinks it;s the greatest gift ever since his family doesn't have much money.
Omri's mom gives him an old key that she obtained from her grandmother to use with his cupboard. Omri puts the cupboard in his room and doesn't know what to put in it until the next day at school.
His friend Patrick gives him a plastic indian and he loves it. When Omri is going to bed that night he puts the toy indian in the cupboard, locks it with the key, and goes to sleep.
He is woken up late at night from a rustling noise but he doesn't know what it's coming from. He gets up and checks the cupboard and finds his little toy indian has become a real person still in toy size that is named Little Bear. Omri thinks he is dreaming and so does Little Bear. When Omri realizes he isn't dreaming he is overjoyed that he has a magic cupboard.
The next day at school he tells Patrick about the indian becoming real and Patrick is just as excited as him.
They come home from school ready to see Little Bear, but when they open the cupboard he is a toy again. Omri knows he wasn't dreaming but Patrick is dissapointed. That next night Omri hears the same noise as the night before and goes to the cupboard.
Little Bear is alive again and Omri learns the secret of how to make him come to life. Little Bear doesn't trust Omri but Omri is still excited. Little Bear tells Omri that he needs food so Omri goes to the kitchen and sneaks him some. After that Little Bear tells him of how he is in a war in his own time and Omri realizes that when Little Bear is here with him he is not awake in his own dimension.
The next day st school Patrick comes over again and is shocked just as Omri about the real life Indian but Omri notices that he is in pain. He has a cut on him and Little Bear tells him he got injured in the war back in his time.
Omri gives him some things to use as turnicits and Little Bear starts to trust him. The next day at school the only thing they talk about is how cool the cupboard is. Patrick then shows him a cowboy that he got so they could play cowboys and indians but Omri is against it because he wants to keep it a secret.
That Friday afterschool Patrick goes home with Omri in hope of spending the night. Omri's parents question why he has been spending so much time in his room but he tells them he has been reading. When he goes back upstairs he sees his fear Patrick is turning the key and looking at Boone his cowboy toy.
Omri tries to catch Boone but he gets away.Watch video · The relationship and growth that the main character develops with Little Bear (the Indian in the cupboard) is special. It eventually takes on a father/son dynamic after a role reversal or sorts from the Creator/created dynamic the boy has with Little Bear at first.
Overall, the Return of the Indian was a good book, but not amazing. The Indian in the Cupboard, the first book of the series, was more exciting, yet this was a good enough sequel.
It has more problems and drama when Little Bear demands "now-guns," his name for modern guns/5(). Nov 06, · Omri-Omri is a just a normal boy who is caring and thinks about others around him and how it will effect them.
Omri is quite and this effects him a lot in the book . This Literature Unit Guide is designed to be used alongside the sold-separately novel The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks. The Indian in the Cupboard, Literature Guide, Grades (). The Indian in the Cupboard is a American fantasy film about a boy who receives a cupboard as a gift on his ninth birthday.
He later discovers that putting toy figures in the cupboard, after locking and unlocking it, brings the toys to life. About The Return of the Indian It’s been over a year since Omri discovered in The Indian in the Cupboard that, with the turn of a key, he could magically bring to life the three-inch-high Indian figure he placed inside his cupboard.