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While traveling toward Munich in a train, where they would be given to foster parents, Liesel's brother died.
For Liesel, the town was nameless, and it was there that her brother,Werner, was buried two days later. Witnesses included a priest and two shivering grave diggers.
There was something black and rectangular lodged in the snow. Only the girl saw it. She bent down and picked it up and held it firmly in her fingers. The book had silver writing on it
Liesel had to say goodbye to her mother, but she didn't want to. She cried and clinged to her mother.
The foster care lady, Frau Heinrich, was taking Liesel to her new home, Liesel had never been in a car before
When she arrived at the Hubermann's house, Liesel at first didn't want to get out of the car or go inside, but eventually she walked in with Hans Hubermann
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