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|موضوع: Bridge to Terabithia - Book review الخميس يونيو 28, 2012 5:37 pm|| |
The story is about two 5th grade friends ; Jess and Leslie . They have created their own imaginary kingdom "Terabithia"
I've enjoyed watching "Bridge To Terabithia" movie before. And I really liked it! So I've decided to read the book.
I loved Leslie's character. She's a creative sweet girl , a wonderful friend and she spreads positivity wherever she goes. But I hate that tragic ending . Loosing one's best friend is so painful.The movie poster: The author " Katherine Paterson"
- اقتباس :
Katherine Paterson is the author of more than 30 books including16 novels for children and young people. She has twice won the Newbery Medal, for Bridge to Terabithia in 1978 and Jacob Have I Loved in 1981. The Master Puppeteer won the National Book Award in 1977 and The Great Gilly Hopkins won the National Book Award in 1979 and was also a Newbery Honor Book. For the body of her work she received the Hans Christian Anderson Award in 1998, the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award in 2006, and in 2000 was named a Living Legend by the Library of Congress.
She is a vice-president of the National Children’s Book and Literacy Alliance and is a member of the board of trustees for Vermont College of Fine Arts. She also a honorary lifetime member of the International Board of Books for Young People and an Alida Cutts lifetime member of the US section, USBBY. She is the 2010-2011 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature.
She and her husband live in Vermont. They have four grown children, seven grandchildren and a wonderful Golden Retriever named Annie.
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I loved these lines !
"It’s the principle of the thing, Jess . That’s what you’ve got to understand. You have to stop people like that. Otherwise they turn into tyrants and dictators."
"It made Jess ache inside to watch his dad grab the little ones to his shoulder, or lean down and hug them. It seemed to him that he had been thought too big for that since the day he was born."
“It was Leslie who had taken him from the cow pasture into Terabithia and turned him into a king. He had thought that was it. Wasn't king the best you could be? Now it occurred to him that perhaps Terabithia was like a castle where you came to be knighted. After you stayed for a while and grew strong you had to move on. For hadn't Leslie, even in Terabithia, tried to push back the walls of his mind and make him see beyond to the shining world—huge and terrible and beautiful and very fragile? (Handle with care—everything—even the predators.)
Now it was time for him to move out. She wasn't there, so he must go for both of them. It was up to him to pay back to the world in beauty and caring what Leslie had loaned him in vision and strength.
As for the terrors ahead—for he did not fool himself that they were all behind him—well, you just have to stand up to your fear and not let it squeeze you white. Right, Leslie?
"She had made him leave his old self behind and come into her world, and then before he was really at home in it but too late to go back , she had left him stranded there like an astronaut wandering about on the moon. Alone. "