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There are many main themes in Bridge to Terabithia One of the most important is Jesse and Leslies magical kingdom in the woods called Terabithia Terabithia is a small castle they built in the woods where they go to escape and have magical adventures The bridge is a rope they use to swing over the dry creek Another main theme is Jesse running every morning during the summer so he can be the fastest runner in fifth grade only to be beat by Leslie the new girl in town One more theme is Jesse being the only boy in his house He has two evil older sisters who always get their way by whining He has a younger sister who looks up to him and a baby sister who of course gets all the attention Every time the baby cries his mother assumes its because Jesse had something to do with it A few main ideas are the differences between Jesses family and Leslies family Jesses family is quite poor and high strung Jesses mother is a housewife She cooks she cleans and raises the children Jesses father is usually angry He works and tries to bring home some money Until he gets laid off but even then he doesnt give up He wakes up at the same time ever morning to go to the unemployment office Jesses two older sisters are Brenda and Ellie All they do is whine to get off of doing their chores and criticize Jesse for anything His younger sister May Belle looks up to him but he tries to act like an older tougher brother and doesnt give her much thought even though he loves her The youngest sister Joyce Ann isnt really mentioned except when Jesse tries to push May Belle to her so shell leave him alone and when Jesses mother yells at him because of her Jesses hobbies are his art and running Before Leslie moved
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