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Bridge to Terabithia

Jess Aarons' greatest ambition is to be the fastest runner in his grade He's been practicing all summer and can't wait to see his classmates' faces when he beats them all Bu When I read this in fourth grade I loved it because it was enchanting and reminded me very much of secret hideouts I made with friends at the same age When I read it again later in life aloud to my younger brother and sister ages 10 and 12 I was choking back tears to keep reading aloud and they were crying If you ve never read it or I suppose now seen the movie beware this review is a spoiler What I have learned from this book is that our assumptions about children and what is appropriate for them are seriously flawed We assume they need color fantasy and bling and that they can t deal with hard topics like death and oh speaking of that life Kids are people too And they do understand and can deal with hard topics in many ways better than us adults who have learned to choke back the tears instead of actually crying When I was a kid going to my secret hideouts I wasn t just playing I was escaping If kids don t understand real life then why do they run from it then as in this book and in real life gain life altering skills while away and come back stronger I may choke back tears now but when I was 10 I went to my secret hideouts to cry and deal with things in my own way in my own world just like Leslie and Jesse do in Terabithia

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T on the first day of school a new girl boldly crosses over to the boys' side and outruns everyoneThat's not a very promising beginning for a friendship but Jess and Leslie I m heading out into the backyard now in the dark with a flashlight a shovel and my paperback copy of Bridge to Terabithia I m going to be careful not to dig a hole in the same place where I ve buried Old Yeller but to give this book its very own sacred burial spaceWhen I come back inside I will inform my 11 year old daughter that we are never going to talk about this book again Never she will say We will look at each other and nod in agreement We will never talk about this book again Sometimes it seemed to him that his life was delicate as a dandelion One little puff from any direction and it was blown to bits


10 thoughts on “Bridge to Terabithia

  1. says:

    When I read this in fourth grade I loved it because it was enchanting and reminded me very much of 'secret hideouts' I made with friends at the same age When I read it again later in life aloud to my younger brother and sister ages 10 and 12 I was choking back tears to keep reading aloud and they were crying If you've never read it or I suppo

  2. says:

    You would think that even after seeing the movie and knowing how this ends I wouldn't cry but here I am This book was very enjoyable I can't remember if I read it as a kid but it was definitely worth reading now that I'm olderThe writing is pretty and gives you a very country vibe with vibrant imagery and cozy settings but I felt like the characters lacked a lot of description Maybe it’s a children’s book and i’m not used to the sh

  3. says:

    Oh I loved this book too Its so sweet and sad and wonderful I cried My teacher read it out loud in my 5th grade class and when the character died I turned to the little boy next to me and said That's not true is it and he looked at

  4. says:

    I'm heading out into the backyard now in the dark with a flashlight a shovel and my paperback copy of Bridge to Terabithia I'm going to be careful not to dig a hole in the same place where I've buried Old Yeller but to give this book its very own sacred burial spaceWhen I come back inside I will inform my 11 year old daughter that we are never going to talk about this book again“Never” she will say We will look at each other and nod in

  5. says:

    The movie is far worth it

  6. says:

    This is one of the books that taught me that Books Can Hurt It was part of what I now consider to be my fourth grade teacher's reign of terror she read Where the Red Fern Grows and Bridge to Terabithia out loud to us and those are just the books I was in her class for and I seriously think she did it for the days when inevitably the entire class would spend the afternoon weeping at our desksThat said though a

  7. says:

    This is absolutely a great book I loved to read itI don't know if you ever watch the film from 2007 if you do but you haven't read the book I

  8. says:

    Even when I was 12 I thought this was a crap bookWhat's with all the hype This was so fucking boring I read this in 6th grade during a time when I was prone to sobbing at anything We watched Ben Hur in class and I cried like a baby I don't even remember why We read Where the Red Fern Grows aloud in class and I was sobbing in front of everyone I didn't shed a single fucking tear for this book

  9. says:

    My damn heart is broken 😭😭😭😭😭😭This book broke my heart and left me in tears when I finished up reading i

  10. says:

    No I'm not crying There's just a log in my eye Okay so I read this YEARS ago Maybe when I was 14 I saw the movie first and that absolutely ruined me I think this is about my 3rd reread which proves this book is timeless As well as you know h

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