But here you are, and you cannot say that the terrain is entirely unfamiliar, although the details are fuzzy.' How do you feel being the main character? Kids' books often address the reader using second person. This is where the narrator doesn't refer to him or herself - as in first person - and isn't addressing the reader - as in second person.
In the first 40 days a boy had been with me.' Wait, what? That 'you' should be 'he,' and that 'me' should be 'him.' As for identifying point of view, it's important to note that first and second person works can contain third person pronouns.
For example, you could say, 'I bought him a biscuit.' That 'him' doesn't make it third person.
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