1 . Mister. Tom
Mr. Tom is an aged gentleman who also lives in the nation of England. He is calm and retains to him self. Throughout the story Mr. Ben changes and becomes a new person. With all the outbreak of war he's responsible for the care of a young evacuee, Can. He and Tom quickly grow to care for each other. Will is given into Tom's care with only the clothes on his backside. Tom foretells Mrs. Henley, a local neighbour, and requires her if she would always be kind enough to knit Will a jersey. Your woman replied, "You ent must clothe em" but Mister. Tom was persistent and was able to obtain Will a new, thick shirt made (18). Tom usually takes real proper care of Bill and does his best to take care of the young child. While Will is around him, Mr. Ben isn't thus deeply stressed out about his wife and son, who have both departed. He is even more social with the rest of the community and contains a more happy manifestation. When the fresh evacuee is usually sent back residence Tom concerns, when he goes to check on him he locates him in startling health. He actually breaks what the law states to get his frail body back into the country affiliate with him. Mr. Tom is definitely soon Will's adopted dad, nearing the final of the book Will realises something about Tom. "[He] noticed how older and susceptible Tom looked" (317).
2 . Will Beech
Will is a young child that is ripped out of his home and set in the care of Mr. Ben. Just as Mister. Tom changed throughout the history, so will Will.