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Bridge to Terabithia.

Author: Katherine Paterson
Publisher: Ringwood, Vic : Penguin Australia, 1980.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : PuffinView all editions and formats
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Secondary jessie wants to become the fastest runner in the school. He practises alone, away from the pressures he feels from his family and school. On his first day back at school he is beaten in the heat by Leslie, a young girl who has moved from Washington with her parents who want to " find themselves". The book is genuinely moving and always understated .
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Katherine Paterson
ISBN: 0140312609 9780140312607
OCLC Number: 830578989
Awards: Winner of John Newbery Medal 1977.
Description: 142 p.

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Jess and Leslie, together create an imaginary land called Terabithia, which they reach by swinging over a creek on a rope. In this wonderland they seek escape from the difficulties of the real world  Read more...

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