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    Bridge to Terabithia

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    her to walk home from school with him. So, Janice ended up walking all alone back home from school. Jess and Leslie create a secret place together in between their woods called Terabithia where Jess is the king and Leslie the queen. They built a small fort and try to talk like royalty does. In order to get to Terabithia they swing on a rope over a small creek. When Christmas comes around Leslie got Jess a new paint set since he loves to paint and his family is sort of poor. Leslie's family is rich

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    Bridge to Terabithia” is set in rural Virginia in the mid-1970's. The story revolves around characters; the Aarons, the Burkes, the students and faculty in the elementary school. Jess Aaron, is one of the central characters. He has four sisters, two older and two younger leaving him in the middle. Brenda and Ellie are the older teenage sisters that have a strong bond with their mother and don’t pay much mind to Jess. Joyce Ann and May Belle are his little sisters that look up to Jess. Mr. Aarons

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    There are many main themes in Bridge to Terabithia. One of the most important is Jesse and Leslie's magical kingdom in the woods called Terabithia. Terabithia is a small castle they built in the woods where they go to escape and have magical adventures. The "bridge" is a rope they use to swing over the dry creek. Another main theme is Jesse running every morning during the summer so he can be the fastest runner in fifth grade, only to be beat by Leslie, the new girl in town. One more theme is Jesse

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    him Prince Terrien of Terabithia. Ch 7 In this chapter Leslie, her dad and Jess started doing up the old Perkin’s place. They favored one room the most. They called it “The Golden Room” because it was painted gold. Jess gets to meet and know more about Leslie's family. One day Janice Avery fell down on the bus and she blamed it on Jess. She kicked up so much noise, the bus driver told Jess to walk home. She also ate May Belle's Twinkies. Jess and Leslie met at Terabithia one evening and they

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    Katherine Patterson’s Bridge to Terabithia

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    Katherine Patterson’s Bridge to Terabithia All children can relate in someway to Katherine Patterson’s Newberry Medal-winning children’s novel, Bridge to Terabithia. The characters are realistic people who could be one’s next door neighbors. From the shy and demure Jess to the vivacious and carefree Leslie, every kid can relate to one of the characters in this novel. The themes in this novel vary as much as the characters. Bridge to Terabithia is a good coming-of-age book that captures our

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    bridge to terabithia

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    The novel, Bridge to Terabithia, written by Katherine Paterson (1977) is an intriguing story about friendship. Paterson's novel is about two children who together use each other’s strength to overcome each of their own weaknesses. Paterson's uses a range of techniques to engage her audience, this including the setting, language, characters and themes. Bridge to Terabithia is an outstanding novel, most suited for children aged from nine till twelve. This is because it deals with situations which

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    Bridge to Terabithia

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    generations respected. Yet young adults and earlier generations can reason that childhood is as much present as it has ever been. Contemporary children’s literature reveals how those characteristics are still prevalent in our world. The book Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson, shows the fanciful reality that is childhood. In the book, the two main characters, Jess Aarons and Leslie Burke, are friends that resemble the genuine realm of childhood in a modern world. Jess enjoys painting and drawing

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    In the book Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson, Jesse Aarons, an eleven-year-old boy, dreams of being the fastest boy in the fifth grade when the new school year starts. He loves to paint but he knows that he will be viewed as feminine by most of society, and especially by his father. Every morning before school, Jesse runs to practice for the fall, but when the big race at recess starts his new neighbor, Leslie Burke, comes to the boy’s side of the playground and beats Jesse at the title

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    short or long, in a simple poem to a complicated novel, even in a simple common book such as, Bridge to Terabithia. The author, Paterson, uses many of reasonable literary elements in her book, such elements encompass: character, plot, setting, theme, style, point of view, and tone. These seven elements show us that friendship between the main characters, Jesse and Leslie, in Bridge to Terabithia, although interrupted by many everyday occurrences, can develop quickly, without one's realization. And

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    Bridge To Terebithia

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    Bridge to Terabithia is a novel featuring two young characters, Jess and Leslie. These characters both experience realistic problems that many kids their age face every day. Jess has a different personality and imagination than others, which gets him bullied at school. Leslie gets neglected at home, and she’s the new girl at school. Leslie uses her imagination to come up with a funny prank to get back at the school bully. Bridge to Terabithia includes many positive elements. One thing is when

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