Death narrates a poignant tale of collecting lives and stories through Nazi Germany while constantly circling back to Liesel, who survives because of the love she shares and her love of language.
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In the informational text “Adolf Hitler,” Jessica McBirney discusses Adolf Hitler’s life, his rise to power, and the violence that followed.
In the excerpt from Anna Sewell’s Black Beauty: The Autobiography of a Horse, Black Beauty describes being fitted with a saddle and bridle.
Emily Dickinson (1830-1886) was a poet who wrote many poems that dealt with death. In this symbolism-filled poem, ““Hope” is the thing with feathers,” Dickinson symbolizes hope as a bird that prevails in a storm.
In this interview from NPR, a reporter speaks to the woman who helped to hide Anne Frank’s family, risking her own life in the process.
In this classic fable by Aesop, the ancient Greek storyteller, a tiny mouse proves to a powerful lion that she is greater than she seems.
Carl Sandburg's "Languages" is a poem about language and poetry itself. In it, Sandburg uses natural imagery and figurative language to convey the idea that language is changing and fleeting.