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Re:The Bridge to Teribethia
« Reply #15 on: October 22, 2003, 08:56:21 pm »
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The first time I read it, yeah it was read to me by our permanent substitute teacher. The second time, I read it by myeself.

I think it's fine to be read to at any age. Especially when you're too lazy to do it yourself...
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Re:The Bridge to Teribethia
« Reply #16 on: October 23, 2003, 09:12:33 pm »
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Getting read to used to, and still, drives me nuts. Or reading a book out in class?

I would go on, mainly because everyone else was so damn slow, and then when it was my turn I'd never know where we are.

I like to read for myself, at the pace I chose.
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Re:The Bridge to Teribethia
« Reply #17 on: November 08, 2003, 12:37:51 pm »
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The woman who wrote Bridge to Terabithia is Katherine Parterson.
She wrote other good books like.. The Great Gilly Hopkins and Jacob Have I Loved. But yeah BTT was the best! I also read it in 4th grade. I bought the book again last year and read it.
My fave character was Jesse's music teacher, Miss Edmunds. I love the way they describe her!

excerpt from BTT: "Miss Edmunds was one of his secrets. He was in love with her. Not the kind of silly stuff Eliie and Brenda giggled about on the telephone. This was too real and too deep to talk about, even to think about very much. Her long swishy black hair and blue, blue eyes. she could play the guitar like a regular recording star, and she had this soft floaty voice that made Jess squish inside. Lord, she was gorgeous. and she likes him, too."

Jesse's mother : "Sounds like some kinda hippie".    lol she did.

When i was in 4th grade.. the was pure poetry at it's finest there!



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Re:The Bridge to Teribethia
« Reply #18 on: November 14, 2003, 10:23:47 am »
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*shudders* I dislike...this book
We had to read it in Grade 6.
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Re:The Bridge to Teribethia
« Reply #19 on: November 20, 2003, 01:02:16 pm »
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That was the only thing i hated about reading out loud in class.  I am typically a fast reader and so everyone would read slowly.  I would always be at least a chapter if not more ahead of everyone else.  Usually i made sure i followe4d subconsiously with the class so i never got lost, because that would have been terribly embarrassing.  Hey did anyone cry over the book when Leslie died? Well, i sure as hell did, but then, books do that to me.  and welcome to the board Euraturd...hope you like it here muchos!

lots of love always, jessica
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