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Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson (Book Summary and Review) - Minute Book Report
Bridge to Terabithia Teacher's Guide
Jess and Leslie's friendship is the central theme of Bridge to Terabithia. Their friendship is delightful on a simple level, their childish exploits fraught with amusement and joy. However, we cannot simply call Bridge to Terabithia a monument to the carefree pleasures of childhood, because that would miss one of the main points of the story. The reason that Jess and Leslie's friendship is so magical is because it allows them to rejoice in childhood and to escape the rest of the pressures that bear down on them so heavily in the rest of their lives. Jess, in particular, leads a life full of everyday hardship and dissatisfaction.
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Bridge to Terabithia book and film review!
Bridge to Terabithia is the story of Jess, a boy whose life revolves around doing chores on the farm and becoming the fastest runner at school. His new neighbor, Leslie, teaches him about the beauty of the world through their friendship and their secret hideaway in the woods, Terabithia. Jessie Oliver Aarons, Jr. One day, a U-Haul is parked next door. Jess goes to his room and begins to draw.