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by Marilyn Herbert

  • ISBN: 1897082584
  • Author: Marilyn Herbert
  • ePub ver: 1935 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1935 kb
  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 90
  • Publisher: Bookclub-In-A-Box; 2009 - 6x9x.03 edition (November 1, 2009)
  • Formats: mbr azw lrf lrf
  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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Bookclub-in-a-Box has created a comprehensive guide to The Book Thief. As an educator, school librarian, writer, book-talk presenter and facilitator, Marilyn loves to read and talk about books

Bookclub-in-a-Box has created a comprehensive guide to The Book Thief. Every Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guide includes complete coverage of the themes and symbols, writing style, and interesting background information on the novel and the author. As an educator, school librarian, writer, book-talk presenter and facilitator, Marilyn loves to read and talk about books. In turn, this led to the creation of Bookclub-in-a-Box, the ultimate discussion companion for contemporary works of literary fiction.

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Bookclub-in-a-Box Discusses The Book Thief, the Novel by Markus Zusak It is 1939 and times are getting . After his burial, Liesel steals her first book, The Grave Diggers Handbook. The remarkable thing is that Liesel cannot read.

Bookclub-in-a-Box Discusses The Book Thief, the Novel by Markus Zusak It is 1939 and times are getting tough for everyone in Germany. Ten-year-old Liesel and her brother are on their way to be adopted into a foster home, but sadly, the brother dies en route.

The book was with Rudy, but she held the letter and rubbed her fingers on the folded paper . In others, a stack of photo albums or a wooden box. Liesel carried her books, between her arm and her ribs.

The book was with Rudy, but she held the letter and rubbed her fingers on the folded paper as the steps grew heavier around her. She tried four times to knock on the daunting flesh of the door, but she could not bring herself to do it. The most she could accomplish was to place her knuckles gently on the warmness of the wood. Weeks earlier, they’d discussed whether they should all stay together in their own basement or if the three of them should go down the road, to a family by the name of Fiedler. It was Max who convinced them.

Australian novelist Markus Zusak has cracked it with The Book Thief, which sailed to the top of the New York Times . Zusak gives us all you would expect in a novel about wartime Germany: hungry children pinching food, book burnings and bombing attacks

Australian novelist Markus Zusak has cracked it with The Book Thief, which sailed to the top of the New York Times bestseller list. Here The Book Thief is being published simultaneously for both teenage readers and for adults, and a Hollywood weepie is on the cards. Like other fiction which has successfully crossed the divide, such as The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, this is essentially a book for the young that adults might also enjoy. Zusak gives us all you would expect in a novel about wartime Germany: hungry children pinching food, book burnings and bombing attacks. But his trick is to make Death his narrator.

The Book Thief - Student Packet by Novel Units.

Markus Zusak is the award-winning author of five books for young adults: The Underdog; Fighting Ruben Wolfe; Getting the Girl; I Am the Messenger, recipient of a 2006 Printz Honor for excellence in young adult literature; and The Book Thief, a 2007 Printz Honor book. He lives in Sydney, Australia. The Book Thief - Student Packet by Novel Units.

Markus Zusak is a storyteller

Markus Zusak is a storyteller. Whether standing in front of a group that’s come to hear him speak or writing the words to a book, he has the uncanny ability to weave a story that keeps people on the edges of their seats until the very end. Part of Zusak’s appeal is his ability to be so down-to-earth and humble in the face of the enormous popularity of his most recent work, The Book Thief

Another singularity of Zusak's writing is how Death often interrupts his telling and gives us some direct remarks .

Another singularity of Zusak's writing is how Death often interrupts his telling and gives us some direct remarks, like : The book's meaning : 1. the last time she saw her brother. 2. the last time she saw her mother.

Опубликовано: 6 мая 2009 г. Author Markus Zusak discusses The Book Thief Visual Basic

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Bookclub-in-a-Box Discusses The Book Thief, the Novel by Markus Zusak It is 1939 and times are getting tough for everyone in Germany. Ten-year-old Liesel and her brother are on their way to be adopted into a foster home, but sadly, the brother dies en route. After his burial, Liesel steals her first book, The Grave Diggers Handbook. The remarkable thing is that Liesel cannot read. We follow Liesel through the war years, as she learns to read, laugh, play, interact with family, friends, and neighbors, and protect a Jew, named Max. Death is the extraordinary narrator of the novel. He spots Liesel and is fascinated with her. He hopes that the goodness she embodies will counteract the world’s tendency toward evil, especially in Nazi Germany. Bookclub-in-a-Box has created a comprehensive guide to The Book Thief. Every Bookclub-in-a-Box discussion guide includes complete coverage of the themes and symbols, writing style, and interesting background information on the novel and the author.
Comments (2)

Wild Python
This book gives good insight and suggestions for a book club.
It pointed out topics I was interested in and explained things I needed explained.
OCARO
Is a good accompaniment to the novel and has some different and interesting ideas. Some basic background information, notes on characterisation, symbols, style and structure. It was good but didn't have the depth of analysis I was looking for. Was a little repetitive in places.

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