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Katherine Paterson Treasury

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Newbery Medalist and National Book Award winner Katherine Paterson captures the poignancy of adolescence like no one else. In three of her best-loved novels, Jess, Gilly, and Sara Louise each learn they are not so different or so alone as they may think.

In Bridge to Terabithia, Jess is tired of being "that crazy little kid that draws all the time." He practices the enti

Hardcover, 520 pages
Published September 1st 1987 by Harper Collins Publishers (first published 1987)
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I only read bridge to terabithia in it (since there are three books here) but it was really was also really sad
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People are always asking me questions I don't have answers for. One is, "When did you first know that you wanted to become a writer?" The fact is that I never wanted to be a writer, at least not when I was a child, or even a young woman. Today I want very much to be a writer. But when I was ten, I wanted to be either a movie star or a missionary. When I was twenty, I wanted t
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