It's been seven years since The
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
hit the book
shelves and became an almost immediate hit with teen
girls - with more than 7 million copies of the first
three books in print in
North America alone.
Brashares says that Forever in Blue
fourth book following
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
Second Summer of the Sisterhood
Girls in Pants
be the last in the series, ending with a plot
twist ensuring that it cannot be revived (although
she reassures her fans that "it's not like I kill
off any of the characters").
Once again Lena, Carmen, Bridget and Tibby go their
separate ways, held together by the...
Beyond the Book
grew up in
Chevy Chase, Maryland with her
three brothers and attended a
Quaker school in the DC area
called Sidwell Friends. She
studied Philosophy at Barnard
College, part of Columbia
University in New York City.
Expecting to continue studying
philosophy in graduate school,
Ann took a year off after
college to work as an editor,
hoping to save money for school.
Loving her job, she never went
to graduate school, and instead,
remained in New York City and
worked as an editor for many
years. Ann made the transition