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Despite their superficial differences, it's clear that Jess and Leslie are soul mates. The two create a secret kingdom in the woods named Terabithia, where the only way to get into the castle is by swinging out over a gully on an enchanted rope. Here they reign as king and queen, fighting off imaginary giants and the walking dead, sharing stories and dreams, and plotting against the schoolmates who tease them. Jess and Leslie find solace in the sanctuary of Terabithia until a tragedy strikes and the two are separated forever. In a style that is both plain and powerful, Katherine Paterson's characters will stir your heart and put a lump in your throat. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Good book little sad at the end
I liked it I really liked the puppy an that is a great Christmas present and I wonder if the parents said yes to letting her keep the puppy
I enjoyed the whole book . Was well written
Kept your interest.
Would be good for any child teenager or adult to read. Read more
Really great book... I loved the movie too. I will share this book with my friends and family. And the movie too. They will sure love it.Published 7 days ago by irma renteria
This was a very inspiring story to me and from 1to10 I would rate this as 10. It was the most amazing book I have ever read. I would like to hear more books like this one. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Natalie DiCenzo
A classic not to be missed. Imagery, rich characters, great plot, with more literary devices than one usually finds in youth novels. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Mean, Evil, Step-Teacher
It would've been five stars if not for the death. This book needs to get rid of that. To much sorrow and misery. This would've been a really really good book otherwise. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Goob book
my summary is well good and interesting here it is I loved I
this book because it had so much details in it and this summary is for any one who hasn't read this book h
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