What is Max drawing in his sketchbook? What do you think of his drawings? What do you think would happen to him if they were found?
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Max used his sketchbook to write and illustrate The Word Shaker for Liesel. The illustrations included Rudy's victory at the games, the snowman, and various memories of his home.
She made her way through the countless sketches and stories, and the pictures with captions. Things like Rudy on a dais with three gold medals slung around his neck. Hair the color of lemons was written beneath it. The snowman made an appearance, as did a list of the thirteen presents, not to mention the records of countless nights in the basement or by the fire.
Of course, there were many thoughts, sketches, and dreams relating to Stuttgart and Germany and the Führer. Recollections of Max’s family were also there. In the end, he could not resist including them. He had to.
Then came page 117.
That was where The Word Shaker itself made its appearance.
It was a fable or a fairy tale.
The Book Thief