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The Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants

by Ann Brashares

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The Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants by Ann Brashares
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  • First Published:
    Sep 2001, 304 pages
    Paperback:
    Mar 2003, 203 pages

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Alexis Cheperuk (10/04/04)

This is the BEST book ever... i loved it sooo much!!! i wanna read the second summer of the traveling pants
laura (10/02/04)

I loved this book. It dealt with four very different teenage girlsand made u feel a part of their amazing friendship and adventure.
gillian (09/26/04)

this is the most amazing book i have ever read!!! ci luved the story and found the characters to be very relateable. i myself am bridgets long lost twin. its a heart warming story that really touched me. all my friends have read it(and luved it)even my teacher read it after she noticed all of us reading it. if u could only read 1 book this is the 1!!!
Sam (09/24/04)

This book is so good, oh my gosh, I loved it!!! The story is so easy to follow yet the details so intricate; I loved every minute of it and at the end was left screaming for more. Luckily, the 2nd book came out; but now I'm waiting for the 3rd one to come out in January. I give them 5 stars and I reccommend them to everyone who's looking for a fun, fast-paced, enjoyable read!!!
Kreme (09/24/04)

i really loved the first book. it kept me reading the whole day. the second one was also real good and had many surprising parts.
Maria (09/23/04)

Omg, this book was the best book i ever read. I can't wait for the third one! :)
brittany (09/21/04)

I loved it...read the second one its soooo good!
katy (09/20/04)

this book kept y interset all the way through and not a lot of books do that for me. i dont really like to read unless the book is realy good and my friend gave this to me and said it was really good so i thought i would give it a try. i read the first chapter and i was hucked. i couldnt put the book down. it is one of the best books i have ever read and now im goin to read the second one.

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