Liesel climbs through Frau Hermann's window to read. She tears the pages out of the book and then leaves a note for Frau Hermann stating that she's going to punish herself for what she's done and not visit the library anymore. Three days later, Ilsa Hermann comes to Liesel's front door. Liesel is home alone, and Ilsa offers her a black journal in which Liesel can write her own stories.
Plot[ edit ] In Februarya voice representing Death tells about how the young Liesel Meminger has piqued his interest. In one of the opening scenes, Liesel is traveling with her mother and younger brother on a train. On the way, her brother dies and is buried next to the tracks.
Liesel is then brought to her new home in Munich, where she meets her new foster parents Rosa Hubermann and Hans Hubermann. Rudy Steiner, a boy who lives next door, accompanies her on her first day of school. When the teacher asks Liesel to write her name on the chalkboard, she is only able to write three Xs, revealing to her classmates that she is unable to write.
She is taunted by her schoolmates who chant "dummkopf" "dunce" at her.
One of the boys, Franz Deutscher, challenges her to read just one word to which Liesel responds by beating him up.
She impresses Rudy, and they become fast friends. When Hans, her foster father, realizes that Liesel cannot read, he begins to teach her, using the book that she took from the graveside, and a giant chalkboard.
Liesel becomes captivated with reading anything she can.
Liesel and Rudy become members of the Hitler Youth movement. While at a Nazi book burning ceremony, Liesel and Rudy are harassed into throwing books onto the bonfire by Franz, but Liesel is upset to see the books being burned. When the bonfire ends and everyone leaves, Liesel is still there and she grabs a book that has been only singed.
She is seen by Ilsa Hermann, wife of the burgermeister mayor. One day Liesel is found reading by the mayor who not only puts a stop to her visits but dismisses Rosa as their laundress. Max is moved to the basement so that he can move around more, but it is cold and Max becomes dangerously ill. He discovers the secret of Max, whose name he reads on a journal Max gave to Liesel for Christmas.
Rudy guesses that her family is hiding someone, and he swears to never tell anyone. Rudy throws the journal into the river to keep it away from Franz. After Franz leaves, Rudy plunges into the icy river to rescue the journal, and Liesel realizes that she can truly trust him. While working, Hans sees a neighbor and friend named Lehman being taken away by the police because he is a Jew.
Hans realizes what a mistake he has made, since this has made his family visible.
He tells the family, and Max realises he must leave in order to protect them. Hans then receives a telegram that he has been conscripted into the army and must leave immediately. On the way home from school, Liesel believes she has seen Max in a line of Jews being forcibly marched through town, and she begins screaming his name, running through the line.
She is thrown to the sidewalk twice by German soldiers and finally gives up when Rosa picks her up and takes her home. Hans returns home after being injured, and the family is reunited only for a short time. One night the city is bombed by accident, and the air raid sirens fail to go off.
Liesel was spared from the bombing because she fell asleep in the basement while writing in the journal given to her by Max. She sees her foster family on the ground, dead, she cries and hugs them.
Neighbors bring Rudy out of his house, barely alive.I am haunted by humans. I first read The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak several years ago. At the time, no one had heard of it, but I read it and immediately passed it to all my book-loving friends. (Thank goodness for those.) Of course, I know most of you have read and reviewed this amazing book set in.
The Book Thief (A menina que roubava livros BRA ou A rapariga que roubava livros POR) é um drama do escritor australiano Markus Zusak, publicado em pela editora Picador.  No Brasil e em Portugal, foi lançado pela Intrínseca e a Presença, respectivamente.O livro é sobre Liesel Meminger, uma garota que encontra a Morte .
Złodziejka książek (ang.: The Book Thief) – amerykański dramat wojenny z roku w reżyserii Briana attheheels.comiusz do filmu powstał na podstawie powieści australijskiego pisarza Markusa Zusaka pod tym samym tytułem „Złodziejka książek” ()..
Zdjęcia do filmu powstały między 28 lutego, a 15 kwietnia roku.
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