The Book Thief: Homecoming
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Just over week after Liesel's birthday, she and Rosa finally received a detailed letter from Hans Hubermann. (p. 479)
Rosa made her read it aloud and they could not contain the excitement when Liesel read about his broken leg. (p. 479)
"He's coming home, Mama. Papa's coming home!"
Rudy smiled and laughed, and Liesel could see that he was at least trying. She could also sense the bitter taste of questions in his mouth. (p. 480)
Why him? Why Hans Hubermann and not Alex Steiner?
At the beginning of April, Hans Hubermann's plaster was trimmed to the knee as he boarded a train for Munich. (p. 493)
He knocked four times, and the book thief answered. She hugged him and wouldn't let go. (p. 492-493)
At 1 a.m., Liesel went to bed and Papa came to sit with her, like he used to. She woke up several times to check that he was there, and he did not fail her. (p. 493)
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