Ok Liesel you are safe here, this is your home and room now.
The Book Thief By Markus Zusak Character: Hans Hubermann "Some Facts About Hans Hubermann, He loved to smoke. The main thing he enjoyed about smoking was the rolling. He was a painter by trade and played the piano accordian," (Zusak 33).
It's gonna be okay, I'm here. Shh
Hans hubermann is known for his soft caring silver eyes. "Liesel observed the strangeness of her foster father's eyes. The were made of kindness and silver, like soft silver melting," (Zusak 34). Han's soft eyes define his personality as a kind person. His eyes symbolize the loving patient person he is. This description helps the reader understand Hans's physical trait.
Don't worry, you will be safe here. You can stay as long as you want
Hans strongest trait is to male people feel comfort and safe. "Toward the end of 1939, Liesel had settled into Molching pretty well . She still had nightmares about her brother and missed mothe, but there were comfort now too," (Zusak 85). With all the stuff going on hans helped Liesel feel safe and comfortable in her new home. Same with max. He helped him feel safe and was patient with both of them.
It's ok I promise I'll be back. Don't worry
From the beginning Hans is always comforting Liesle when she was scared. "Hans Hubermann, her new papa, went to her room to sooth her. To love her. He came every night and sat with her," (Zusak 36). Even though Liesel and Hans are not related, Hans was still caring and patient with Liesel. He knew what Liesel was going through so he was helping her out.
Hans is always helping people out and thoughtful of other people. "Do you still play the accordion?"... As he did max could no longer bear it. He crouched down and clasped his hand," (Zusak 185). Max is a Jew and Hans is German. Hans s still willing to help Max out after all the stuff he has been through. Also he kept his promise to Mac's dad, that he will take care of Max.
Hans is a caring gentlemen and is always keeping his promises. "Hans Hubermann smiled at his daughter then the train was ready to leave. He reached out an gently held her face in his hand, "I promise," he said," (Zusak 425). Throughout the whole book, Hans has been a kind and caring character, which shows he is a static character. Hans is always trying to help people stay positive in sad or dark moments like this one.