Intro to Death finding Liesel Meminger attending her brothers funeral before arriving to Molching, Germany
Hans Hubermann: Develops a bond with Liesel, makes her stay more comfortable and teaches her how to read and write.
Whipped by a German soldier for giving an elderly Jewish man bread. Punished by being drafted into the army but returns when his leg is broken.
Sends Max away for his own safety
Rosa Hubermann: Lets Liesel help with her job of laundry, makes it her job to drop off and pick up laundry after the war starts hoping to not lose customers.
Recieves two books for Christmas
Meets Hans Jr., a Hitlerite, failed to get into the Nazi Party, who says Liesel should read Mein Kampf.
The first book Liesel stole from a gravediggers apprentice to keep as a memory of her brother
Liesel steals her second book and it is witnessed by Ilsa Hermann
A book that Max writes for Liesel as she is caring for him.
Contains a letter to Liesel from ilsa saying that she should consider knocking on the front door instead of going through the window to get books. Liesel continues to go through the window and is intercepted by ilsa one time.
A gift to Liesel from Max after he leaves Molching, it is a journal he wrote to pass time while in the basement.
A short illustrated fable that serves as an allegory for Nazi Germany and the power of words.
Meets Liesel by being her next door neighbor and they become friends.
Described as the typical German boy but doesn't support the Nazis, smart and athletic he was recruited by them but didn't go.
Helps Liesel steal books from Ilsa Hermann's library. Often teases her and asks for a kiss.
Dies in Himmel Street Bombing, Liesel then gives him a kiss.
Contacts Hans Hubermann, Max's Jewish father saved him in the first World War.
Lives in the Hubermann household under the basement stairs hidden by a sheet and paint cans and is taken care of and befriended by Liesel.
Becomes very ill in the winter of 1942, Liesel tends to him and he eventually becomes well again.
Sent away by Max for his own safety
Seen by Liesel in a parade of Jews being directed towards
Hubermann's neighbor who liesel begins reading to in exchange for her coffee ration and to stop spitting on the door when she walks by.
Rudy's father, drafted because he didnt send his son to special school.