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The Book Thief

The Book Thief

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  • 1. The Book ThiefBy: Madeline Raffanti
  • 2. Liesel at her brother’s funeral.
  • 3. Liesel says goodbye to her mother.
  • 4. Hans Hubermann comforts Liesel.
  • 5. Liesel meets Rudy.
  • 6. Liesel steals her second book.
  • 7. Max Vandenburg arrives at the Hubermann’s
  • 8. Liesel reads Max’s story, “The Stand Over Man”
  • 9. Nazis come door-to-door.
  • 10. Munich is bombed.
  • 11. Himmel street is destroyed.
  • 12. Max and Liesel meet again.
  • 13. My grandmother Margarete and her brother Albert during World War II before he was captured.
  • 14. Cast:Madeline Raffanti as Liesel MemingerMichael Raffanti as Rudy SteinerLynn Raffanti as Liesel’s MotherRemig Raffanti as Hans HubermanJacob Wine as Max Vadenburg
  • 15. Author’s Sources:• Zusak was inspired by his parent’s stories during World War II• Zusak visited Munich, Germany to research facts for the book• Zusak interviewed survivors of the Holocaust
  • 16. Works Cited:• GoodReads.com book interview• Schmoop.com (student resource) book review• CanadianContent.com – Munich bombing image• MilitaryPhotos.net – Bombing image, Soldier image

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