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Rosa gives Liesel a book called The Word Shaker

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Rosa gives Liesel a book called  The Word Shaker , which Max made for her. It contains many of  Max's stories, thoughts, and sketches. The fable about the word shaker catches Liesel's attention. In  it, Max describes a girl who is able to use words like some of Hitler's most skilled word shakers, but  she uses her words to help her friend and remove small bits of hate from a forest dominated by  cruelty. Her words are for good, not for evil. Meanwhile, Hans Hubermann avoids a fatal accident while on an LSE truck. Reinhold Zucker, who  holds a grudge against Hans because of a card game loss, takes Hans's usual seat on the truck and  dies in the accident. Hans gets a broken leg and is sent home. In 1943, the Jews continue to march through Molching, and Liesel always looks for Max. One day,  she sees him and runs to him, but a Nazi soldier tosses her from the parade. She gets up and enters 
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