Bridge to Terabithia (Paul's Books #2479)

by Katherine Paterson, Donna Diamond | Children's Books |
ISBN: 0690013590 Global Overview for this book
Registered by PaulsBooks of Salt Lake City, Utah USA on 7/29/2006
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26 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by PaulsBooks from Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Saturday, July 29, 2006
Paul's Books #2479
Kathy Torkelson generously donated this great book to Paul’s Pass-Along Books.
Thanks!

Journal Entry 2 by MeAndSugars3 from Orem, Utah USA on Sunday, September 03, 2006
I was excited to see this book among the bag of Paul's books Aunt Clare gave me because it has been one of my favorites. Bridge to Teribithia is the saddest book I've ever loved! I keep my copy next to my Chronicles of Narnia because that's what they named their land after, a country in those books (though really named TerabiNthia). I have never read and not cried... but it's a good cry.

Journal Entry 3 by cbostler from Sandy, Utah USA on Tuesday, December 05, 2006
This is the third time I've had the opportunity to read a Paul's Pass-Along copy of BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA in the last five months. I enjoyed reading the book before, but this time it had an especially thought-provoking, emotional impact. My mother passed away four weeks ago, and the book's message about the connections (bridges) we build has touched me deeply. I'm very blessed.
Thank you, Ostler family, for the timely reading experience.
This copy of the book will continue to travel in a bookring.

Journal Entry 4 by asrichens from Taylorsville, Utah USA on Wednesday, February 07, 2007
I love this book. This is the second time I have read it. I love the relationship between the kids. This is a great book to read to children and help them to recognize the good in all of us.

Journal Entry 5 by PaulsBooks from Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Saturday, October 13, 2007
This book has been traveling in Paul's Pass-Along Book Bag #8. Where will this book travel next?

Journal Entry 6 by PaulsBooks at Salt Lake City Sports Complex in Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Monday, October 15, 2007

Released 12 yrs ago (10/15/2007 UTC) at Salt Lake City Sports Complex in Salt Lake City, Utah USA

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This book is on the magazine shelf by the fitness equipment.
Happy Reading!

Journal Entry 7 by tostle from Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Monday, October 15, 2007
So, I am totally hopeless. I watched the newly-released book up on the shelf throughout my workout. I kept thinking about the tender journal entries...and I grabbed the book and brought it back home!

Journal Entry 8 by PaulsBooks from Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Monday, October 15, 2007
BOOKRING ORDER:

1. peachy93722 Seattle(will ship US or Canada)
2. NMReader US
3. bestfriends Belgium

Journal Entry 9 by wingpeachy93722wing from Seattle, Washington USA on Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Got it in the mail this morning. Look forward to reading it in a reading group I'm involved with kids at church.

Journal Entry 10 by NMReader from Herndon, Virginia USA on Wednesday, November 07, 2007
Arrived yesterday - looking forward to reading

Journal Entry 11 by NMReader from Herndon, Virginia USA on Saturday, November 17, 2007
I am not sure where to begin. I am not sure what I was expecting. I knew very little about this book before it arrived on my door step.

Clearly a well written book and sure to become a classic. The book was a quick read. I started it on Thursday and read about 40 pages and read the rest yesterday (some at the gym and the rest before bed).

I love the characters and can understand the relationships and I am familiar with the surrounding area in which the story is unfolding (grew up in MD near DC). The author paints a vivid picture of the events and people.

I do not want to do a spoiler. From the synopsis on the back cover, we now that something bad is going to happen but we do not know exactly what. The author deals with the tradegy in an understanding and truthful way.

Jess is a good, sensitive, young man who show courage, strength, and respect. We know in the end, that he will be a wise and compassionate man who will always treasure the lessons his friend taught him.

Thank you very much for the opportunity to read this wonderful book.

Journal Entry 12 by NMReader at Post Office in by mail, a fellow bookcrosser -- Controlled Releases on Saturday, November 17, 2007

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I will ship today.

Thank you again it was wonderful

Journal Entry 13 by PaulsBooks from Salt Lake City, Utah USA on Monday, November 26, 2007
This book is back home and will be shipped off to to bestfriends! Happy Reading!

Journal Entry 14 by bestfriends from - Ergens in de provincie, Gelderland Netherlands on Thursday, December 06, 2007
In my mailbox today. Looking forward to reading it. I will see to it that it keeps on travelling when done.

Journal Entry 15 by bestfriends from - Ergens in de provincie, Gelderland Netherlands on Friday, January 25, 2008
I finished reading yesterday and liked it, although it was not at all what I expected.

You see, I put it on my wishlist, because I thought it was the book one of my children had been reading with her class years ago. She talked about it a lot at the time, as she was very impressed by it, but I never had a chance to read it myself. Now I know why this book is not what I expected. I asked about it the other day and she told me I simply mixed up two similar titles.

The one they had been reading in school was: The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder!

Will have to put that one on my wishlist now ;-)

Well, thanks anyway for sharing, it was a good read. I offered it to the teenage daughter of one of my Dutch friends, who just started to learn English, but she says it would still be too difficult for her.

Now I plan to take it with me on a journey to South Africa in March, to be released in the wild, left in a hotel or sent/handed over in person to someone who may be interested. That way it will take part in charbono's Around the World challenge.

The little book will continue its travels, I promiss!

Journal Entry 16 by bestfriends from - Ergens in de provincie, Gelderland Netherlands on Friday, March 07, 2008
Like I promised, will take it with me on a trip to South Africa the 9th March and send it to readingtrix in Cape Town as a bonus to a RABCK. I hope she will like it, and/or find a good home for it.

Will take part in the Keep them Moving and Around the World Challenge

Journal Entry 17 by readingtrix from Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa on Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Funny how the bookcrossing books just always seem to arrive at the right time. I came home from a farewell-tea of a good friend (who is emmigrating to NZ) this afternoon, feeling a little sad. Then found two RABCK books (bookmarks and postcard included) from fellow bookcrosser, bestfriends in my box! Thanks so much. Both my daughters have read this children's novel sometime and enjoyed it. I will let you know what I thought and make sure to send it on to someone else who will appreciate it.

Journal Entry 18 by readingtrix from Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa on Saturday, March 22, 2008
This is a popular children's novel often used as an English setwork book. It is about the friendship between Jess and Leslie. She is rich, he is poor, she is a city girl and he is a country boy. He takes pride in being one of the fastest runners of the school but Leslie arrives and outruns everyone. At first he sees her as a threat but the friendship blossoms and together they create a magical kingdom with trolls, monsters, ogres and giants - of course the two of them reign as king and queen. Tragedy strikes and only then does Jess understand the strength and courage Leslie has given him. A movie version of this story has been made.

The book will be passed onto snufkin81 at the next meet-up. She loves children's books and I know she will pass this book along to continue it's journey.

Journal Entry 19 by snufkin81 from Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa on Saturday, April 05, 2008
I've been wanting to read this since I heard about the movie a while back. It sounds lovely, I'm sure I'll enjoy it. Thanks so much, Readingtrix!

This is the first time I've heard about Paul's Books. I think it's a lovely idea! I hope this book travels far and touches many lives. Once I'm finished with it I'll RABCK it to another BCer.

Journal Entry 20 by snufkin81 from Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa on Monday, June 02, 2008
This wasn't at all like what I was expecting from the movie trailers. I thought it was going to be more fantastical and 'Narnia-ish'. However, I enjoyed it quite a lot. The characters are well-developed and believable, and the story is very moving.
I'll pass this on to another bookcrosser soon.

Journal Entry 21 by snufkin81 from Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa on Thursday, July 03, 2008
Posted to Christina82 in Denmark today. I hope it gets there safely!

Journal Entry 22 by christina82 from Stege, Storstrøms Amt Denmark on Tuesday, July 08, 2008
Got it from snufkin81, look forward to reading it.

Journal Entry 23 by christina82 from Stege, Storstrøms Amt Denmark on Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Read this in one go. Thought it was a very nice book, and I like to find a danish translation for my pupils to read. Well I liked it so much, that I think other people should get the opportunity to read it. So I will make it into a bookring.

Journal Entry 24 by christina82 from Stege, Storstrøms Amt Denmark on Wednesday, July 16, 2008
The Bookring so far...

ArabellaFigg- UK (intl.)
Falmouth- Germany (intl.)
mikime- Italy (intl.)
bookguide- The Netherlands (UK/Europe)
hakkalina- Hungary (intl.)
rebeccaljames- US (US)
acountkel- US (US/Canada)
snapdragongirl- US (US/Canada) SKIPPED
PallasGirl2004- US SKIPPED
Chantie- Canada SKIPPED
bookseekerAT- Australia (intl.) SKIPPED
Alienagr- The Netherlands (intl.)
Jonniboi- UK (UK)
chucklesthescot- UK (UK) SKIPPED
Vekiki - UK (EU)
Lottiotta- UK
rockyhorror1978- Canada (intl.)
bananabrianna- Canada (intl.)

Bookring back home with me: April 24 2010


Journal Entry 25 by christina82 at Keyingham, East Yorkshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, July 23, 2008

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Will mail this later today. Hope it will arrive safely to ArabellaFigg who is the first one on the list.

Journal Entry 26 by ArabellaFigg from Hull, East Yorkshire United Kingdom on Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Book arrived at the weekend, thanks christina82. Will start it ASAP.

Journal Entry 27 by ArabellaFigg from Hull, East Yorkshire United Kingdom on Friday, August 01, 2008
This wasn't what I was expecting after seeing trailers for the film but I did enjoy it.
Will PM Falmouth for an address and post it on as soon as I can.


Journal Entry 28 by Falmouth from Remscheid, Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany on Thursday, August 21, 2008
Sorry for journalling this book so late, but I returned from my holiday only an hour ago. The book was in my mailbox amidst another pile of letters and - of course - bookrings ... :-)
I'll start reading on it as soon as possible. So far: thanks for sending it to me.

Journal Entry 29 by Falmouth from Remscheid, Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany on Sunday, August 24, 2008
What a wonderful story! I read it in one go and - like everybody else
- shed some tears. It's beautifully written, exciting and full of wisdom.
Thank you so much for sharing it with me.

As soon as I have Mikime's adress I'll pass it on.

Journal Entry 30 by Falmouth at in the mail in Remscheid, Nordrhein-Westfalen Germany on Monday, August 25, 2008

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Goes to Mikime now. Happy reading!

Journal Entry 31 by wingmikimewing from Roma, Lazio Italy on Saturday, September 06, 2008
This has just arrived. I have another ring to read at the moment, I'll read this after that. Thanks!

Miki

Journal Entry 32 by wingmikimewing from Roma, Lazio Italy on Saturday, September 20, 2008
I read it all yesterday in two hours.A great little book, fascinating and moving. The children characters are perfectly depicted and it's only too bad that the good times don't last for them. It's a book full of special moments and gems of wisdom.
Thank you for letting me read it.I'll send it to the next person in line as soon as I have an address.

Journal Entry 33 by bookguide from Wijchen, Gelderland Netherlands on Thursday, September 25, 2008
I found an envelope with this this book in my letterbox this evening, when I got home from lunch at an OBCZ in Arnhem (Cafe Manu), followed by a couple of hours plundering Moem's bookshelves. My arms have stretched several centimetres on the way home with a rucksack and two shopping bags full of children's books ready for Children's Book Week starting on October 1st. Thank you Mikime for sending this book to me. I've been longing to read this books since I saw the trailer for the film (which I haven't seen). I have a couple of other ring books to read before I start this one.

Journal Entry 34 by bookguide from Wijchen, Gelderland Netherlands on Saturday, October 04, 2008
Well, I haven't seen the film, but I must say the trailer was extremely misleading, unless they added a lot of extra detail about exactly what the children imagined in their secret land of Terabithia. Nevertheless, the book is truly wonderful, describing how the friendship between two intelligent, creative and imaginative children surrounded by a world of down-to-earth plodders, can transcend the constant teasing and lack of imagination of those surrounding them. Jesse's life is changed forever by his friendship with Leslie, and by a teacher who not only acts as an inspiration to him, but who recognises his talent and takes him under her wing. I loved the exchange:
"She smiled at him again. "Is this your first trip to an art gallery?"
"Yes'm."
"Great," she said. "My life has been worthwhile after all." p.99. LOL
At first I found the book difficult to get into, and I found the passages about the family hard-going, with the double names (May Belle and Joyce Ann), and the way they talked. But further on, the writing took flight:
"It was Leslie who had taken him from the cow pasture into Terabithia and turned him into a king. He had thought that was it. Wasn't a king the best you could be? Now it occurred to him that perhaps Terabithia was like a castle where you came to be knighted. After you stayed for a while and grew strong you had to move on. For hadn't Leslie, even in terabithia, tried to push back the walls of his mind and make him see beyond to the shining world - huge and terrible and beautiful and very fragile? (Handle with care - everything - even the predators.)" p.126.

My husband bought this book for me in America last time he travelled there, and I will be reading it to my children, too. Oh, yes, and I cried.

I am sending a PM to Hakkalina for her address (4th October).

UPDATE February 2010: A couple of months ago we borrowed the DVD from the library, and my daughter and I watched it together. It makes a wonderful film, and it made my daughter and I cry, both at the end, but also when the older teacher talks to the boy outside the classroom. Very touching. Having watched it once, we watched it again straight away with the same result, and when I caught the end of it again on the TV over Christmas, we were bawling again. It's one of those beautiful heartwarming films I can watch again and again.

Journal Entry 35 by bookguide at Budapest, Bookring -- Controlled Releases on Saturday, October 11, 2008

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I will post this to Hakkalina on Monday.

Journal Entry 36 by hakkalina from Budapest, Pest Hungary on Friday, November 14, 2008
Hello Dears!
Thank you bookguide, finally, today I got the book! Considering it is thin book, I plan to finish it soon.

Update - end of Nov.: It is a thin book, but I got stuck in. After some days I realized somehow I am not "interested" in it now. If it would be my book, I put it on the shelf to read some months later as I usually do. But it is BC book. So I have PM-ed the next person.

Update 13th of Dec.: I will post the book on Monday to Becky.
Update 15th of Dec.: Sorry I forgot. There was so much to do.


Journal Entry 37 by hakkalina at Budapest, Pest Hungary on Thursday, December 18, 2008

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Finally I have posted the book to Becky! Going by airmail.

Journal Entry 38 by rebeccaljames from Cincinnati, Ohio USA on Sunday, January 04, 2009
I received this book today. I will get to it as soon as possible and then pass it along. If I keep it for to long please let me know since I am so behind in my reading. Thank you for sharing.

Journal Entry 39 by rebeccaljames from Cincinnati, Ohio USA on Monday, May 04, 2009
This will be going out to the next person tomorrow.

Journal Entry 40 by acountkel from Charlotte, North Carolina USA on Thursday, May 07, 2009
Received today
I hope it doesn't make me cry!!
Will get to it soon
Thanks for including me!

Journal Entry 41 by acountkel from Charlotte, North Carolina USA on Monday, May 18, 2009
This is a touching story about a teenage boy and his relationship with a neighbor, Leslie. There is so much to learn from this story. I wish I had read it when I was a kid. It actually takes place in the 70’s, the decade of my childhood. These kids are 2 ordinary kids with the same anxieties and fears that any of us experienced when we were growing up. Jesse and Leslie help each other with these feelings. Unfortunately the story ends in tragedy, however, the author helps us learn from tragedy through the actions of the characters at the end. Lessons, anyone at any age can learn from.

snapdragongirl has asked to be skipped so I have emailed the next person in line.
I will mail when I receive her address.
Thank you for including me in this ring.
I really enjoyed it.


Journal Entry 42 by acountkel from Charlotte, North Carolina USA on Wednesday, May 27, 2009
*Update*
Sorry I have had this book so long....
snapdragon girl has asked to be skipped.
I have PM'd PallasGirl several times with no response.
So, I am going to try the next person

Journal Entry 43 by acountkel from Charlotte, North Carolina USA on Monday, June 08, 2009
Finally found someone who wants this
Sent to Alienagr on Saturday June 6.
Enjoy!

Journal Entry 44 by Alienagr from Thessaloniki - Θεσσαλονίκη, Thessaloniki Greece on Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Received it two days ago! I'll start reading it as soon as possible!

Journal Entry 45 by Alienagr from Thessaloniki - Θεσσαλονίκη, Thessaloniki Greece on Tuesday, September 08, 2009
Sorry it took me so long… It is a very well written book and I enjoyed reading it a lot, even though it is so sad.
Now it is on its way to United Kingdom!

Journal Entry 46 by Jonniboi from Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on Wednesday, September 09, 2009
just received this, I have a few bookrings/rays to read before hand but shall get to this one as soon as I can!

Journal Entry 47 by Jonniboi from Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on Friday, October 09, 2009
I'm sorry to keep this longer than usual but I have to have a little more time, trust me though when I say it won't be for too long!

Journal Entry 48 by Jonniboi from Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on Wednesday, November 04, 2009
I really enjoyed it, and what a sad ending, I had tears in my eyes! It wasn't over-powering stuff and the writing could have been better, and not only that but I found a few spelling mistakes, anyhow, overall it was good, and I wasn't expecting that to happen, I didn't know which way to turn!

I'm a student and I'm currently running low on money at the moment, I am sending some books off today, but this one won't be going as I only have a set amount of money and so I cannot send this one out too, however I should have a lot more money by next week, and should be able to send this off then!

Journal Entry 49 by Jonniboi from Birmingham, West Midlands United Kingdom on Wednesday, November 04, 2009
chucklesthescot has recently gotten a copy for herself, and so wishes to be skipped, I shall send a PM to the next person in line!

Journal Entry 50 by Jonniboi at London, Greater London United Kingdom on Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Released 10 yrs ago (12/9/2009 UTC) at London, Greater London United Kingdom

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sent off to Vekiki I hope she enjoys it, and sorry for keeping this book for so long!

Journal Entry 51 by Vekiki from London, Greater London United Kingdom on Monday, January 11, 2010
Phew... I was starting to get really worried that this was lost! But it seemjs it just got caught up in the snow...

This arrived along with another bookring but they are both quick reads so I wont be long with them

Journal Entry 52 by Vekiki at A non-bookcrosser, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom on Friday, January 22, 2010

Released 10 yrs ago (1/22/2010 UTC) at A non-bookcrosser, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom

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Popped in the post to the next participant in this ring.

I did enjoy this, though it wasnt as subtley written as I expected.

Journal Entry 53 by Lottiotta from Aberdovey, Wales United Kingdom on Monday, January 25, 2010
I just received this when I got up this morning, and it's a slimmer volume than I expected. Perhaps I am used to epics. ;) Anyway, I am reading "I, Robot" by Isaac Asimov at the mo, and this is next. If anyone wants to see where I am with what I'm reading, it's over at my GoodReads profile.

Thank you for letting me take part, and for sending it to me!

27th January 2010
Just starting to read this, and I just PMed Rockyhorror1978 for the next address.

2nd February 2010
Aooooowwww! I cried lots at the end. I was surprised from page one how well-written it was, and there were a lot of turns of phrase that I enjoyed rolling around in my mind. This is a really beautiful book. Thank you for the opportunity to read this, it's wonderful. :)

I already have the next address so I can send it on really soon. Thanks again!

Journal Entry 54 by Lottiotta at By mail, A Bookring -- Controlled Releases on Thursday, February 04, 2010

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Posted by airmail, printed paper, to Rockyhorror1978, from Walter Road Post Office, Swansea. :) Enjoy!

Journal Entry 55 by rockyhorror1978 from St. Catharines, Ontario Canada on Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Received today. Just have to finish my current read and then will read this one! :) Thank you Christina82 for starting this bookray and thank you to Lottiotta for passing it along! :)

Journal Entry 56 by rockyhorror1978 from St. Catharines, Ontario Canada on Friday, February 12, 2010
I'm a sucker for youth books about friendship and great life lessons! This book is definitely one! I, like many of the other readers, thought that this was a fantasy novel en par with Narnia, and was pleasantly surprised to find out how different it is. Paterson brought the characters to life through the most valued characteristics of friendship: trust, courage, and love. The contrast between characters (brave v. coward) helped to move the story along and draw the reader in. This is a book I would one day like to share with my own children.

I have Bananabrianna's address and will put in the post the next time I go to the post office. Thanks for sharing such a lovely book with me.

Journal Entry 57 by rockyhorror1978 at Trenton, Ontario Canada on Saturday, February 20, 2010

Released 10 yrs ago (2/21/2010 UTC) at Trenton, Ontario Canada

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Being released to Bananabrianna, the next reader in the bookray! Enjoy!

Journal Entry 58 by Vapermom from Trenton, Ontario Canada on Tuesday, March 02, 2010
Just received, I have never read this, looking forward to it!

Journal Entry 59 by Vapermom from Trenton, Ontario Canada on Tuesday, March 09, 2010
What a sweet story, thank you! Passing along!

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Mailed!

Journal Entry 61 by christina82 from Stege, Storstrøms Amt Denmark on Sunday, April 25, 2010
Recieved this yesterday - Thank you all for participating in this bookring.

Journal Entry 62 by christina82 from Stege, Storstrøms Amt Denmark on Sunday, April 25, 2010
Reserved for the European Relay in the RABCK forum...

EDIT: This was never claimed, so removed it from the forum!

Journal Entry 63 by christina82 at ~ An Exchange!, A Bookcrossing member -- Controlled Releases on Thursday, May 13, 2010

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This will travel to chamonix44 as a surprise RABCK - Hope you like it!

Journal Entry 64 by chamonix44 from Almelo, Overijssel Netherlands on Monday, May 17, 2010
Thank you so much christina82 for sending me this book as a surprise rabck, along with another book, two lovely handmade bookmarks and two nice postcards. Everything is much appreciated. This sounds like a very nice book. It has taken me a long time to read through all 63 journal entries for the book, before my one!

Journal Entry 65 by chamonix44 from Almelo, Overijssel Netherlands on Friday, May 21, 2010
A lovely story, but very sad towards the end. It's difficult to read when you have tears in your eyes, and you have to keep taking off your reading glasses to dab at your eyes! Anyway, I am so glad that I read this book, and now I will find someone else who wants to read it and keep it moving afterwards. What a lovely idea "Paul's Pass Along Books" is, and what a great tribute to Paul. I feel honoured to have read one of the books associated with "Paul's Pass Along Books".

I have been passing the book along to be read by others who live local to me, but no one has agreed to do a journal entry, so I haven't made any release notes. But everyone promised to hand the book back to me afterwards, so I can release it again.

Journal Entry 66 by chamonix44 at Hengelo, Overijssel Netherlands on Monday, November 21, 2016

Released 3 yrs ago (11/21/2016 UTC) at Hengelo, Overijssel Netherlands

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This book is going to KJSkye for her sons.

Hallo daar, gelukkige vinder!
Wat leuk dat je op deze pagina bent komen kijken. Als je dit leest, heb je een boek gevonden, zomaar een onverwacht kadootje van mij voor jou... Veel plezier ermee! Hierbij trouwens wat spelregels mbt bookcrossing:

1. Het zou fijn zijn als je meldt dat het veilig bij jou is. Dat mag gewoon in het Nederlands.
2. Daarna kun je het boek gaan lezen en als je wilt nog eens schrijven wat je ervan vond.
3. Mag het boek verder reizen, geef het dan door aan iemand anders, of laat het zomaar ergens weer achter, liefst op een veilige, droge plek. Je kunt via de bookcross-site ook weer melden waar je het hebt neergelegd, zodat anderen ernaar op zoek kunnen gaan...
TIP: Als je het boek op zijn reis wilt volgen, dan kun je je het beste aanmelden als nieuwe bookcrosser (www.bookcrossing.com). Het is erg leuk om erachter te komen hoe het met 'jouw' boek op z'n reis verder gaat!!
Ik zou het erg leuk vinden als je mij
chamonix44 dan opgeeft als referent. Voor Nederlandse uitleg kun je terecht op de volgende site: www.bookcrossing.nl

If you are reading here, then I want to tell you that this is a. FREE . book, and there are no catches! It is now yours! Please read on.....
If you are the finder of this book it would be nice if you could leave a message here to say that you have it. Do not worry because I don't want the book back. It is yours to keep if you want it. I just want to know it is now in safe hands.


Journal Entry 67 by KJSkye at Hengelo, Overijssel Netherlands on Monday, January 02, 2017
Thanks for the book.

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