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The Second Summer of The Sisterhood

by Ann Brashares

The Second Summer of The Sisterhood by Ann Brashares X
The Second Summer of The Sisterhood by Ann Brashares
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    Apr 2003, 373 pages

    Dec 2004, 416 pages


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the second summer of the sisterhood
I love this book! It reminds me of me & my sisters.

loved it!!
this is an amazing book although it was much sadder than the first book it was very much satisfying and indulging i've read all three books and absolutly am dying to read the fourth! hurry up and finish already ann!! jk!loved it and keep up the good work!!!

i LOVED ALL THE BOOKS. I could NOT keep my eyes out. I own everyone and the movie wich is awsome. I hope she will get the 4th book out thier soon cause im dying here. PLEASE MAKE THE 2ND BOOK A MOVIE!!!! Love that i can compare them to me, and its rather real. I loved all the characters. Lena and Bridget are my fav. Of corse, what kind of teenager dosent love a love story?!? READ IT!

to The Sisterhood
These were the most awesomest books I've ever read. They're full of love, laughter, and tears. From Bridget, the athlete, to Lena the beauty, to Tibby the Rebel, to Carmen the writer, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants ROCKS!!!

Loved It!!
I LOVED this book (and it's sequel)....I haven't been able to read the third one which annoys me sooo bad.

I use to be a big reader and then i started to not read as much! One day my mom give me the sisterhood of the travling pants. It looked weird but i read it anyways! Once i got started i couldn't but it down! Then all the girls at school saw what i was reading and told me that the movie was coming out and asked where i got the book? Then all of my friends and i were reading it and always talkin about it!
then i got the second for my birthday! I loved it! there was on part that could have been left out! but besides that it was great! It helped me through my problems! i have no clue why it just did! I love all the girls in the book! It is great!

Sisterhood of the traveling pants
I LOVE these books. They are the best books that could have ever been created! I wish it was a never-ending story that would never end so I could keep reading it forever. I hope there are more to come
Abi J.

I love this book because I can relate so much to the characters. In my group of friends we are also different in so many ways and that is why we are friends. The same thing happened in this book with these friends. I can also relate to the characters because they are so realistic. They were so realistic i sometimes believed I was in the book.

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