History Literature / BridgeToTerabithia

14th Jan '16 4:08:32 PM ViperT24
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** At one point Jess is afraid Terrien (the dog) may fall down during crossing and drown. [[spoiler: if only it were the dog, like in many other books...]]
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** At one point Jess is afraid Terrien (the dog) may fall down during crossing and drown. [[spoiler: if only it were the dog, like in many other books...]]
6th Jan '16 5:47:21 AM akih08
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* SurvivorsGuilt: [[spoiler: Jesse doesn't invite Leslie to the museum and she dies as a result. Jesse is understandably broke up over it]].
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* SurvivorsGuilt: [[spoiler: Jesse doesn't invite Leslie to the museum and she dies as a result. Jesse is understandably broke broken up over it]].
6th Jan '16 5:46:29 AM akih08
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5th Jan '16 5:22:58 PM akih08
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* SurvivorsGuilt: [[spoiler: Jesse doesn't invite Leslie to the museum and she dies as a result. Jesse is understandably broke up over it]].
7th Nov '15 8:15:35 AM fearlessnikki
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%% * BlitheSpirit: Leslie.
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%% * BlitheSpirit: Leslie.Leslie, a new student whose imagination and general weirdness coaxes Jess to have lots of fun and deal with his difficult circumstances.

* CheerfulChild: Leslie, especially in the most recent film. ** And Mae Belle. %% * ComingOfAgeStory
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* CheerfulChild: Leslie, especially in the most recent film. ** 2007 film. May Belle as well, given that she has endless amounts of optimism. * ComingOfAgeStory: The protagonists are children and the story is about the two using their child fantasies as a way of dealing with the pressures of their everyday life. And Mae Belle. %% in Jess's case, mending relationships with family members and [[spoiler: dealing with death]]. * ComingOfAgeStoryCoolTeacher: Miss Edmunds, the music teacher. It's played up more in the book, where it's established that the entire school strives for conformity and she's a bit of a hippie.

* {{Foreshadowing}}: There was a scene in the film where the camera focuses on Jesse's arm becoming robotic and Jesse punching a Squoager. Near the last half of the film, Jesse confronts the Squoager's real life counterpart and punches him. Complete with the camera focusing on the arm, as if Jesse was pretending that it would become robotic.
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* {{Foreshadowing}}: {{Foreshadowing}}: ** There was a scene in the film where the camera focuses on Jesse's arm becoming robotic and Jesse punching a Squoager. Near the last half of the film, Jesse confronts the Squoager's real life counterpart and punches him. Complete with the camera focusing on the arm, as if Jesse was pretending that it would become robotic.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: There was a scene KidsAreCruel: Exaggerated in the 2007 film where the camera focuses on Jesse's arm becoming robotic and Jesse punching a Squoager. Near the last half of the film, Jesse confronts the Squoager's real life counterpart and punches him. Complete two bullies [[spoiler: continue to taunt Jess ''after'' Leslie's death]]. Of course it's subverted with the camera focusing on the arm, as if Jesse was pretending that it would become robotic.[[spoiler: Janice Avery, who has a HeelFaceTurn afterwards]].
1st Oct '15 12:09:11 AM TheRoguePenguin
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how is that relevant?
The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. Ad Council aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High, American Girl, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew.
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. Ad Council aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High, American Girl, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew.\n
30th Sep '15 11:23:45 PM dustyroxybethany56
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). Ad Council aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, American Girl series, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series.
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). Ad Council aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, High, American Girl series, Girl, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, Club, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series. Drew.
30th Sep '15 11:22:30 PM dustyroxybethany56
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). ''Creator/AdCouncil'' aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, American Girl series, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series.
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). ''Creator/AdCouncil'' Ad Council aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, American Girl series, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series.
30th Sep '15 11:22:10 PM dustyroxybethany56
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). ''Creator/TheAdvertisingCouncil'' aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, American Girl series, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series.
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). ''Creator/TheAdvertisingCouncil'' ''Creator/AdCouncil'' aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, American Girl series, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series.
30th Sep '15 11:21:29 PM dustyroxybethany56
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie).
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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. The Dove Foundation had lifted the ban on "Terabithia" and placed a "Family Approved" seal on Katherine Paterson's best-selling book, beating out other family friendly books (Alice series, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Nancy Drew, Sweet Valley High series, How to Eat Fried Worms and Little House on the Prairie). Prairie). ''Creator/TheAdvertisingCouncil'' aired a :30 Minute PSA, allowing children to read books 24/7 including this one, Sweet Valley High series, American Girl series, Aquamarine, The Baby-Sitters Club series, How to Eat Fried Worms, Little House on the Prairie and Nancy Drew series.
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