4 thoughts on “Hello world!

  1. My name is Clarisse McClellan and I was 17 years old when I was struck by a car, ejected from a world where I never belonged. In fact, my whole family never really belonged, we were too set in our traditional ways. But the moment I met a fireman named Guy Montag, I knew that all hope had not been lost. I look forward to seeing what he does, and how his new perspective of the world could change everything.

  2. Hallo! My name is Liesel Meminger, and I am a 15 year-old girl from Germany. I live with my foster parents, Hans and Rosa Hubermann and love to spend time with the lemon-haired boy, Rudy, down the street. I have experienced a lot of tragedy in my life, but have always felt a form of salvation during those special moments when my foster father would teach me how to read. You can call me Liesel, but don’t be surprised if you hear me referred to as “The Book Thief.” I got this name because I stole censored books from the Nazi’s book burning fires, like the saumensch my mother sometimes calls me.

  3. My name is Hermione Granger and I am 18 years old. I’ve always loved books and learning, but my enthusiasm for it increased exponentially when I learned I was a witch and was accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry when I was 11 years old! This opened so many new doors (mostly to libraries!) for me and I began to read anything and everything about the Wizarding World that I could get my hands on! My parents aren’t wizards, so I was raised in a non-magic household, and it’s been interesting to see the difference between the two worlds, especially when it comes to the use and advancement of technology.

  4. My name is Elinor Loredan. I am a collector of books, both rare and common, and I live alone in a cozy home in Italy. I appreciate the finer things in life, like the smell of an old book or sipping coffee over a particularly dense novel. I share my love of the written word with my family, some of whom have the rare ability to read life into and out of books. The greatest room of my house is undoubtedly the library, where I keep my most valuable books, but you can find the less pricey ones all around my home. My library was one of the world’s finest collections until Capricorn’s fire-raisers burned it to the ground! Since then, my mission has been to preserve the written word by restoring my collection to its former glory.

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