Mrs. Gruber becomes very worried about Riva's family and volunteers to help smuggle them out of Poland.
Mrs. Gruber becomes a Volksdeutsche and acts as if Riva's family and their family were never friends when they come to take the fur coats.
Mrs. Gruber's family and Riva's family continue to be close. Mrs. Gruber helps Riva's family by making clothes to help them celebrate Passover, a Jewish holiday.
Mrs. Gruber comes to take Riva's families stove for their new house in the nicest part of Lodz.
Mrs. Gruber hired some men to cut the tree down.
Mrs. Gruber never had a chance to cut the tree down, because Jews cut the tree down and used the wood to heat their homes.
The Nazis cut the tree down to make room for additional homes to be built.
Mrs. Gruber changed her mind and decided to let the tree stay.
They used the vitamins to help Liabele get well.
They used the vitamins to help Mama get well.
They used the vitamins to help their neighbor Mrs. Avner get well.
They used the vitamins to help Riva get well.
He could be taken to jail.
He will have to pay a fine.
He will be deported to a work camp.
He will be required to work for the ghetto police until he pays off the debt for the wood he stole.
The secret libray
The secret family jewels
The secret church
The secret radio
They were told they would be allowed to take a bath.
They heard that the American army was close to freeing them.
They had run out of food and were told that they would be allowed to stay together as a family.
They were discovered by the Nazis during a raid.