Where Rosie and her grand daughter talk in central park
Remember the scene were old Rosie and her grand daughter were looking for the statue in central park. The two sit down on the bench and while resting grandma Rosie decides to tell her grand daughter the story because she was curious to know.
I was thinking that the story was fictional so that her daughter would understand the meaning of what Balto did. Like in every story your parents made up they'll pretend to sound like the bad guy and then the hero of the story. I am trying to say Grandma Rosie was probably doing that.
I think she made Balto half wolf to get her daughter hooked into the story, because if she told the true history her grand daughter would just sleep, because it would be boring for her. I am also thinking that she made the story up making an mean dog named Steele, an tiro named Niki, Kaltag, and Star. An lover named Jenna for Balto. Finally Balto's friends Boris, Muk and Luk. Because mainly when people tell history to people at a young age they think it's boring and they fall asleep. Plus making up characters gets the story intresting.
I am just thinking that she changed the story to get her grand daughter intrested. Plus it was an eaiser way for her to understand how Balto became a hero. That in my opinion on the story grandma Rosie gave.