Anna and Elsa- A book involving siblings
So many options for this one! I love The Lord of the Rings (Eomer and Eowyn), The Chronicles of Narnia, Little Women, Pride and Prejudice (Jane and Lizzy!), To Kill a Mockinbird, Sense and Sensibility, Swallows and Amazons, and the Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House series. There are more I'm missing I'm sure but these are the first ones I thought of.
Rapunzel- A book that made you emotional
Recently, Rilla of Ingleside had me almost tearing up, which shocked me. I was tired. ;)
Merida- A book featuring a female warrior
The Chronicles of Narnia and The Lord of the Rings are what first come to mind, but I'm probably missing something obvious (and no I haven't read The Hunger Games or Divergent).
Tiana- A book that features realistic struggles
Not sure on this one. How about Little Women? I can empathize with Jo's struggles.
Belle- A literary book or classicPride and Prejudice for the win!!!
Pocahontas- A nature themed book or a book by a naturalist
The Redwall series by Brian Jacques and Watership Down by Richard Adams.
Jasmine- A book about the desire to be free
I don't know! The first thing that actually came to my mind was The Lord of the Rings and Eowyn but the book isn't actually just about that.
Mulan- A book featuring war or battles
The Lord of the Rings!!!!!
Ariel- A book featuring curiosity or learning
The first thing that came to my mind was Harry Potter... I'm not sure why as I don't think it completely fits the description of this one.
Cinderella- A book featuring manual labor
Hmmm... I don't know... again! Okay, I came up with Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. They're manual working in it so it counts!
Sleeping Beauty- A book featuring sleep
What books feature sleep???? Goodnight Moon? Does that count?
Snow White- A book featuring one of the seven deadly sins
A lot of books do! Lust- I think of The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Megara- A book featuring Greek mythology
Okay I should be able to think up something for this! I haven't (yet) read the Percy Jackson series so don't suggest that! I've read a lot of Greek mythology books but not fictional books based off of Greek mythology that I can think of... but I still have a funny feeling I have! Okay it's come to me! Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis!
Alice- A book featuring nonsense or a book featuring an unusual other world
Honestly the first ones I think of are Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass but that seems like cheating since this is Alice. Therefore, I'll also include The Wonderful Wizard of Oz!
Maid Marian- A book with a canine
The Hound of the Baskervilles? ;) Where the Redfern Grows is also good and I like the movie of Old Yeller but I haven't read the book yet.
Nala- A book with a feline
I don't know! I don't care for cats much! Oh but I do like Anne of the Island's cat Rusty!
Well that's all! They really did include pretty much every Disney heroine ever!
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