The unprecedented #1 New York Times smash hit that is presently a noteworthy movie, Markus Zusak's life-changing story is about the capacity of books to nourish the spirit. Selected as one of America's best-cherished books by PBS's The Great American Read.
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It is 1939. Nazi Germany. The nation is holding its breath. Passing has never been busier, and will wind up even busier. Liesel Meminger is a cultivate young lady living outside of Munich, who scratches out a pitiful reality for herself by taking when she experiences something she can't resist– books. With the assistance of her accordion-playing non-permanent dad, she figures out how to peruse and shares her stolen books with her neighbors amid bombarding attacks and also with the Jewish man covered up in her storm cellar.