The Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants series started out as small and insignificant. Since then, it has really bloomed into a stunning series of four brilliant books and a fantastic movie.
The Sisterhood of The Traveling Pants series started out as small and insignificant. Since then, it has really bloomed into a stunning series of four brilliant books and a fantastic movie. These books should be given to teenage girls that need some assurance. Here is a brief overview.
Book 1: In the first book we meet teenage girls that have been friends for years. Each girl is different, yet they find a pair of jeans that magically fit them each. They decide that this is the summer that they need them in, since they are each traveling away from each other. Lena is visiting Greece all summer, Brigit is going to soccer camp in Baja, Carmen is visiting her dad, and Tibby is staying at home. They decide to pass the pants along to each girl in turn. Each girl finds her own way to use the pants to the fullest, even when she is as sad or angry as she can be.
Book 2: Book 2 launches the Second Summer of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants… and includes some new personalities. Find out what happens as Brigit uncovers the myths of her dead mother, Lena discovers that the boy she loves is a "gentleman" and therfore is leaving her for his pregnant ex-girlfriend, Carmen grows in maturity as she accepts a new father, and Tibby goes to film school and learns more than about movies.
Book 3 Book 3 spins around the Third Summer of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants as each girl decides on collages and futures. Brigit becomes a coach at another soccer camp and is paired with a previous boyfriend, causing much remorse, Lena leaps over boundaries that are not altogether good for her, Tibby learns how to love a boy and be a responsible woman, and Carmen learns to be more selfless and love life… and the changes life brings. Book 4 Book 4 twirles out of control as each girl realizes that she is growing apart and she must now learn to be a responsible, loving, and fair person.