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Does "the word shaker" come true in "The book thief"?

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asked Nov 5, 2017 in Complaining About Homework by Lexie123hegegf the Serf (1 point)

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Yes.
The word shaker details the friendship of Max and Liesel. It shows how both Hitler and Liesel made words come to life, but in different ways.
Hitler arouses words by using them to manipulate people.
Liesel also does make words come alive, but by gently spreading the truth.
She eventually does this by writing her book.
Everything in the word shaker is true.
answered Nov 15, 2017 by CarolineCresap the Villager (38 points)
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Yes. The word shaker is the book that Max gave to Liesel.
answered Nov 16, 2017 by davedy78 the Legend (741 points)
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Yes. It is a book that Max gave to Liesel for her birthday.
answered Nov 17, 2017 by 234hi.lol the Hero (261 points)
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answered Sep 21 by vedantydv123 the Villager (25 points)

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