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The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants
This book is about four friends who come across a pair of blue jeans that magically fits them all eventhough they're all different sizes. They use the pants to keep in touch with eachother over the Summer.
This book, it's just a brilliant representation of friendship and a girls teenage life. It shows you the ups and downs of a girls life and makes you feel like your really there
Of all chick-lit kind of novels, this has got to be my favourite. It's bright, spunky, and represents every kind of girl. Maybe you're not specifically Lena, Carmen, Tibby or Bee, but I'm fairly sure with some mixing and matching, every girl will be able to find themselves here. This novel is about friendship and love, about growing up and apart, but staying together too. It's about change. It's about putting aside differences, but also appreciating what makes you different. There's family and romance, sports and media. There's illness and death. I highly recommend this to any teenage girl - tomboys and all. It's a beautiful story that leaves you happy for just being, flaws and all ♥
The Sisterhood of the traveling pants is one of my favourite books as well as a great movie, it was a fun read and kept me hooked to the last page.
This is the most beautiful book. I really enjoyed the stories inside which I'm sure many girls could relate to. It's all about how your friends are always there for you, no matter what. I think it conveys a very important message. It's a great book.
The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants, by Ann Brashares is a great book filled with friendship and love. It shows how even though you’re apart, you can still share moments, laughter and in this case a pair of pants.
The group of four Carmen, Lena, Tibby and Bridget are totally different in character but they do share many things such as a wonderful friendship and a pair of very special pants that somehow fits each of them perfectly. They have agreed on ten rules that govern the use of the Travelling Pants.
This story emphasises that you can grow up without growing apart. This is a great message that the author is trying to get across to the audience.
I cannot say I particuarly enjoyed this book all that much. The storyline/idea of the 'magical pants' was unrealistic and, to be honest, not very entertaining. Really; how is the idea of a pair of somehow 'bewitched' pants that magically fit four girls of different body types supposed to be entertaining?
Most of the story, besides the part about the pants, of course, is suitable and somewhat interesting. However the story of the character Carmen (or something or other...), to me, was horribly written and seemed unintelligent. The part about her new stepmother not liking her because she came from a different race was unexpected and irrational. It seemed like it was a last-minute add on, minutes before the deadline of the book.