Time can be a greedy thing — sometimes it steals the details for itself.
He meant so much. She didn’t.
Bridge to Terabithia is a touching and heartbreaking story with themes that include imagination, friendship, family and grief. Jesse is shy and quiet but has amazing artistic skills and Leslie is the new girl in town who beat the boys in running. Soon, they became best friends and built their secret imaginary kingdom of Terabithia.
It’s a beautiful story of friendship between these two lonely children until one day, tragedy happens. And the story tells of how to cope and come into terms with what happened. This will really touch you on so many levels. It is an engaging and memorable book with relatable characters. Children who think and talk realistically and in a very honest way.
I love books that break my heart and this was one of them. I hate it but I love it.
“Sometimes it seemed to him that his life was delicate as a dandelion. One little puff from any direction, and it was blown to bits.”
“You think it’s so great to die and make everyone cry and carry on. Well it ain’t.”
“He may not have been born with guts, but he didn’t have to die without them.”
Rating: 4/5 stars