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Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

Discuss what significance the Traveling Pants have toward the girl's security in the novel.

Explain why each girl must overcome her personal fears before she can take the next step toward maturity.

Discuss the true meaning of the apple tree to Tibby.

What is the significance of the drawings of her family members to Lena?

Discuss the reasons Bridget's soccer accomplishments may be important to her.

Trace the event you feel most exemplifies the realization to Carmen that she might actually be the "Good Carmen."

Explain the interpretation of fear Lena discovers in her father when she draws him.

Discuss the significance of Naughton to Bridget.

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