Just finished Bridge to Terabithia. Help.
Loved that one! I remember crying my eyes out.
I cried at school
I did too! I read it to my 4th graders. They saw a whole other side of Mrs. White!
I have never read it. Have avoided it. But feel I really should read it. But… Oh my. Don’t really want to cry.
Just cry it out.
Ok. ok. I actually have a copy from when they kids were young and they read it. They are all in their 30s with kids of their own now. Ok. It’s time.
Wonderful, but very sad book. Sometimes you just have to give in and have a good cry.
Oh such a good book!
Love that book!
That book killed me when I was a kid. I sobbed and sobbed. It’s still a classic.
I assigned this book to my homeschooled son when he was in 4th. I set aside time to let him finish it and they assumed we’d talk about it. BUT. He finished and came out of his room and said, “ The characters weren’t very believable.” That’s it ?
Honestly they aren’t.
Such a good book!
I had never read it when I saw the movie. I was feeling sad and thought a nice kid’s movie would cheer me up. Big, sobbing ugly-cry in the theater in front of everyone! 😛
I watched the movie when I was a kid. Didn’t see it coming. So my sister gave me the book and I was so excited to read it. Now I plan on rewatching the movie.
Never read this one. Now I want to!
First book that made me cry.
You should read goodbye days
That novel are awesome
I read this over and over as a kid, and cried EVERY time.
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Great book and movie too!
I read that to my boys with no idea of what was going to happen. I’m glad I did.
Played that on audiobook on a road trip when my son was young. I had already read it, so I knew what to expect. My husband though, looked at me at one point with glistening eyes and said I should have warned him! 🙁
But we loved it!
My son (11) is reading it now. I haven’t read it yet, but after reading all of your comments I think I will read it when he’s done.
Wonderful book! Read it with my 5th graders for many years – not a dry eye to be found. I was disappointed when the movie came out because the students already knew what was going to happen. Lots of lessons were lost. I did see the movie and liked it, but the book was more poignant.
I read it while I was getting my ed degree when I was in my 40s. Two years ago my 4th grade class read it, and watched the movie, for a novel study and most of them loved it in spite of the sadness.
That’s when I read it to
omg (((hugs))) Can I get you more Kleenex? A drink of water? It won’t always feel this way, I promise.
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