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Over the summer the Pants come to represent the support of the sisterhood, but they also lead each girl into bruising and ultimately healing confrontations with love and courage, dying and forgiveness. Lena finds her identity in Greece and the courage not to reject love; Bridget gets in over her head with an older camp coach; Carmen finds her father ensconced with a new fiancée and family; and Tibby unwillingly takes on a filmmaking apprentice who is dying of leukemia. Each girl's story is distinct and engrossing, told in a brightly contemporary style. Like the Pants, the reader bounces back and forth among the four unfolding adventures, and the melange is spiced with letters and witty quotes. Ann Brashares has here created four captivating characters and seamlessly interwoven their stories for a young adult novel that is fresh and absorbing. (Ages 12 and older) --Patty Campbell
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I read all the books back in high school. Wish I had adventures and friends like these girls. A good book to read over the summer.Published on Feb. 11 2013 by pickey_reader 101
I think this book was a great page turner. I liked how the girls resembled very relatable and recognisable characters, mostly because I'm close in age with them. Read morePublished on Oct. 6 2010 by Claudia
I would just like to say that these r the most amazing books ive ever read, i like them more than even Harry Potter ive read the first and second but havent had a chance to read 3... Read morePublished on Dec 15 2007 by Kyle-Lynn
I picked up this book from the library when I heard that there would be a movie coming out. I'd seen it on the shelves before but hadn't read it because the title seemed... Read morePublished on June 28 2005 by yvette
this is a very insightful book. although a little bit slow from commence, you will not regret reading this; the story is full of drama, awe-inspiring relationships between... Read morePublished on Nov. 5 2004 by cutie anonymous
This is one of my favorite books of all time and one every teenage girl should pick up at some time or another. Read morePublished on July 17 2004 by shortnsweet
This book is an incredible look into the lives of 4 teenage girls as they face issues of their own and help eachother work through them. Read morePublished on July 16 2004 by Kate M.
"The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants?" you might ask.
All the people (well, at least, me.) who have read it will say "Yes. This is a great book. The idea is very creative. Read more