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Bridge to Terabithia Written by: Katherine Paterson Illustrated by: Donna Diamond Publisher: Crowell, October 21, 1977 ISBN: 0064401847 •Awarded the Newbery Book Award in 1978 • A children’s literature book whose genre converges with realistic fiction and fantasy
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What’s this book about? Jesse Aarons is a fifth grader who loves running. When a new girl, Leslie Burke, moves in next door, she decides to join in the boys-only race and ends up beating all the boys. Jesse, living next door to her, ends up being the only person to hang out with her, and together they make up a magical, imaginary land called “Terabithia”, where they are king and queen. They swing across a rope and end up in this phenomenal land where anything can happen. Follow them as they go on amazing, fun adventures together in this Newbery Award winning book, Bridge to Terabithia .
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THEMES Friendship This is the most important theme in the story, as friendship is the bond
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