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    Bridge to Terabithia

    Bridge to Terabithia

    by Katherine Paterson and Donna Diamond

    Two lonely children bond and create a secret kingdom in the woods, until tragedy strikes and one must face life alone. "Beautifully written."—Horn Book. Mature content

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Bridge to Terabithia

Author: Katherine Paterson

Illustrator: Donna Diamond

Interest Level:
3-5

Lexile Framework:
810L

Grade Level Equivalent:
5.3

Guided Reading Level:
T

Age:
8-10

Genre:
Classics, Realistic Fiction

Subject:
Confronting and Resolving Fears, Death, Grief, Loss, Friends and Friendship, Cleverness, Creativity and Imagination

About This Book

Free Teaching Resource: Bridge to Terabithia Audiobook Lesson

In this classic novel, fifth grader Jesse Aaron's dreams of becoming the fastest runner in his class are dashed when newcomer Leslie Burke outruns everybody, even him. But Jess and Leslie begin a friendship, and soon they discover a magical kingdom in the forest, where they reign as king and queen. The friendship between young Jess and Leslie grows as they meet in Terabithia — their secret hiding place — and only ends with the tragic death of one of them.

Set in contemporary rural America, "the story is one of remarkable richness and depth, beautifully written". — The Horn Book

1978 Newbery Medal winner; ALA Notable Children's Books of 1976–1980.


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