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[Read] ➭ The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Sisterhood, #1) ➵ Ann Brashares – Horsebackridingcolorado.us

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Sisterhood, #1) Carmen Got The Jeans At A Thrift Shop They Didn T Look All That Great They Were Worn, Dirty, And Speckled With Bleach On The Night Before She And Her Friends Part For The Summer, Carmen Decides To Toss Them But Tibby Says They Re Great She D Love To Have Them Lena And Bridget Also Think They Re Fabulous Lena Decides That They Should All Try Them On Whoever They Fit Best Will Get Them Nobody Knows Why, But The Pants Fit Everyone Perfectly Even Carmen Who Never Thinks She Looks Good In Anything Thinks She Looks Good In The Pants Over A Few Bags Of Cheese Puffs, They Decide To Form A Sisterhood And Take The Vow Of The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants The Next Morning, They Say Good Bye And Then The Journey Of The Pants And The Most Memorable Summer Of Their Lives Begins.

[Read] ➭ The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Sisterhood, #1)  ➵ Ann Brashares – Horsebackridingcolorado.us
  • Hardcover
  • 294 pages
  • The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Sisterhood, #1)
  • Ann Brashares
  • English
  • 21 September 2019
  • 0385729332

    10 thoughts on “[Read] ➭ The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Sisterhood, #1) ➵ Ann Brashares – Horsebackridingcolorado.us


  1. says:

    I am extremely surprised This book should not have moved me as much as it did It is true that I adore stories in which friendship plays a humongous part, but I have read hundreds of them in the past.So what makes The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants so special The pants, obviously, have a lot to do with my enjoying the story They symbolize strength, love and courage.Lena, Carmen, Bridget and Tibby are four teenagers with distinct personalities, wants and needs Despite all that sets them apa I am extremely surprised This book should not have moved me as much as it did It is true that I adore stories in which friendship plays a humongous part, but I have read hundreds of them in the past.So what makes The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants so special The pants, obviously, have a lot to do with my enjoying the story They symbolize strength, love and courage.Lena, Carmen, Bridget and Tibby are four teenagers with distinct personalities, wants and needs Despite all that sets them apart from one another, they share the strongest of friendships.They are a sisterhood.The pants are first known to be incredible because it fits all four girls, who are also different in size and shape as well as in personality Later in the story, the pants start to represent something .The girls thought the pants would connect them in a spiritual way, while being apart from one another, but it sthan that they...


  2. says:

    A sparkling breath of fresh air, this book captures the spirit of friendship in the most charming and sauciest manner possible The book is a far cry from the regular breed of YA novels which seem to dwell on the fixed notions that young girls basically fall into two main groups One, the hatefully pretty, perpetually scheming Prom Queens with their nastier than week ol milk cliques And at the other end of the rainbow, the brave under dognot much to look at, the general do gooder, the f A sparkling breath of fresh air, this book captures the spirit of friendship in the most charming and sauciest manner possible The book is a far cry from the regular breed of YA novels which seem to dwell on the fixed notions that young girls basically fall into two main groups One, the hatefully pretty, perpetually scheming Prom Queens with their nastier than week ol milk cliques And at the other end of the rainbow, the brave under dognot much to look at, the general do gooder, the faithful confidante and to nicely round it off,often than not, armed with an IQ formidable enough to gain entry into MENSA Breaking the age old mould with insouciance, Ann Brashares creates a world where it is possible...


  3. says:

    This is beginning to feel a little too familiar, but here s yet another disapointment from my YA Lit class First, I should state that I have never liked the whole girl power thing I guess I always felt intelligent empowered enough as a teenager to not have to rely on books like this to show me how fantastic it is to be female Also, generally speaking, I find large groups of girls terrifying, especially at the high school age So lots of pre existing strikes against this book As for the sto This is beginning to feel a little too familiar, but here s yet another disapointment from my YA Lit class First, I should state that I have never liked the whole girl power thing I guess I always felt intelligent empowered enough as a teenager to not have to rely on books like this to show me how fantastic it is to be female Also, generally speaking, I find large groups of girls terrifying, especially at the high school age So lots of pre existing strikes against this book As for the story itself blah Complaint the first I dislike the fomulatic four girls with four neat, distinctive personalities thing I mean come on all my friends in high school were pretty much ...


  4. says:

    I m glad I finally read this I d seen the movie before so this story wasn t new but I still enjoyed it Brashares did a great job of creating real teenage emotions The turmoil and depression these girls all went through during this summer jumped of the pages and felt very true to how I remember myself feeling at that time in my life Each of the girls is so different, but I can see a bit of myself in most of them so there were many different moments in each story line that I related to.However I m glad I finally read this I d seen the movie before so this story wasn t new but I still enjoyed it Brashares did a great job of creating real teenage emotions The turmoil and depression these girls all went through during this summer jumped of the pages and felt very true to how I remember myself feeling at that time in my life Each of the girls is so different, but I can see a bit of myself in most of them so there were many dif...


  5. says:

    Such a beautiful portrayal of love and friendship sisterhood.Seeing this image after reading the book just made me smile so much.Review to come.


  6. says:

    We, the Sisterhood, hereby instate the following rules to govern the use of the Traveling Pants.1 You must never wash the Pants.2 You must never double cuff the Pants It s tacky There will never be a time when this will not be tacky.3 You must never say the word phat while wearing the Pants You must also never think I am fat while wearing the PantsSo begins the first summer apart for four friends Lena, who is going to visit her grandparents in Greece with her sister Carmen, hea We, the Sisterhood, hereby instate the following rules to govern the use of the Traveling Pants.1 You must never wash the Pants.2 You must never double cuff the Pants It s tacky There will never be a time when this will not be tacky.3 You must never say the word phat while wearing the Pants You must also never think I am fat while wearing the PantsSo begins the first summer apart for four friends Lena, who is going to visit her grandparents in Greece with her sister Carmen, heading south to see her father Bridget, going to a soccer camp in Mexico and Tibbie, the only one of the four to be stuck at home with a summer job In order to feel a bit closer despite the distance, the friends find a pair of pants they profess to be magical it fits all four of them perfectly and form a Sisterhood around the pants They are mailed back and forth from girl to girl as needed they are all wearing the pants during...


  7. says:

    Wow If you are a teen girl looking for some love stories between friends and their SUPER HOT boyfriends, well look no further then the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series This book is about the 4 best friends Bridget, Carmen, Tibby, and Lena when they split up for the summer With the Pants binding them together wherever they go, their summers are no longer lonely The Pants witness all break ups and get togethers and are often shipped with hysterical letters that will make you laugh ou Wow If...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I saw the movie first and kind of liked it So, of course I thought Well the book is always better than the movie so I decided to read it, even though its written for teens and I wasn t too sure I could relate I guess I couldn t because this is one time I liked the movie a lot better than the book I mean really, how many 15 16 year old girls do you know who s parents let them go trapezing all over the world in Lena s case literally and don t think twice about it Come to think of it how ma I saw the movie first and kind of liked it So, of course I thought Well the book is always better than the movie so I decided to read it, even though its written for teens and I wasn t too sure I could relate I guess I couldn t because this is one time I liked the movie a lot better than the book I mean really, how many 15 16 year old girls do you know who s parents let them go trapezing all over the world in Lena s case literally and don t think twice about it Come to think of it how many 15 16 year old girls have the money to it even if they re parents really are that totally oblivious Not to mention Bailey, who is roaming around with Tibby all summer despite a major medical condition tha...


  9. says:

    What an annoying book I was going to write snarky, individual letters to each of the characters in succession, but then I realized that it was a pointless endeveaour since all the letters would end up the same, anyway Why, you ask Because all the characters are the same.Would you like to know some personality traits It s like the author picked one or two for each of the characters and then relied on either one or the other to simply parasail each of the girls through the book There was Lena What an annoying book I was going to write snarky, individual letters to each of the characters in succession, but then I realized that it was a pointless endeveaour since all the letters would end up the same, anyway Why, you ask Because all the characters are the same.Would you like to know some personality traits It s like the author picked one or two for each of the characters and then relied on either one or the other to simply parasail each of the girls through the book There was Lena, who was beautiful and shy But we all know that shy girls have a bevy of passion hidden up inside, right There was Bridget, who was a flirtatious athelete Her plotline involves flirting with a guy, I don t know, ten years older than her More There was Carmen, who was either angry or passive through the book and is the least inter...


  10. says:

    This book was probably one of the first that got me into the YA genre So, obviously, with my terrible memory, I d say I probably remember 30% of it.And that 30% is basically THIS WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK READ ITNOW XDThis story is about 4 friends who travel all over the world with this mysterious pair of magical pants I mean, pants that can make everyone look good I NEED A PAIR, PRONTO.So besides everyone trying to squeeze into these pants, these sisters experience so much crazy sh This book was probably one of the first that got me into the YA genre So, obviously, with my terrible memory, I d say I probably remember 30% of it.And that 30% is basically THIS WAS A REALLY GOOD BOOK READ ITNOW XDThis story is about 4 friends who travel all over the world with this mysterious pair of magical pants I mean, pants that can make everyone look good I NEED A PAIR, PRONTO.So besides everyone trying to squeeze into these pants, these sisters experience so much crazy shit, like love duh ,...

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