Bridge to Terabithia
Publisher: Trumpet Club
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Read For School
, Realistic Fiction
, Middle Grade
Jess and Leslie's friendship did not take long to grow once Jess's initial dislike of Leslie beating him in a race disappeared. They swing over a creek to a magical land they call Terabithia and are the king and queen. Leslie dies in a tragic accident while going to Terabithia alone. Jess reflects b...
Bridge to Terabithia is on a 810L Lexile reading level (7th grade equivalent). In this book, Jess and his new-found friend Leslie, create their very own kingdom in the woods. For this story’s activity, the teacher may teach students about vivid imagery. The teacher can distribute art materials to th...
This book is on a DRA reading level of 50, and can be read to audiences of third grade to eighth grade. I would use this in an older grade classroom because it deals with more mature topics, such as loss. It could be read in a class if one of your students is dealing with a loss, because sometimes i...
Let me just say, I still remember reading this book for the first time in fourth grade. I remember loving it from the moment I read the first chapter to the very last page. This is one of those few books that a child will always remember. It plays onto the real and raw feelings of children from one ...
Jesse and new friend, Leslie, create the world of Terabithia to help escape their real world struggles. Terabithia strengthens their friendship and creativity while also helping Jesse to become more confident in his identity. When Jesse's world comes crashing down, he brings his sister to their worl...
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