1) Snow White: Name your favorite classic
Easy! Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
2) Cinderella: Name a book that kept you reading well past your bedtime
Recently The Bronte Plot by Katherine Reay. I kept reading and reading and it was eleven o clock before I knew it. I only went to sleep because my husband came to bed and we had a long day the next day (Thanksgiving). So many different books have kept me up at night before... I distinctly remember Agatha Christie's Sleeping Murder keeping me awake.
3) Aurora: Name your favorite classic romance
Still Pride and Prejudice so I'll have to think up something new... The Scarlet Pimpernel maybe?
4) Ariel: Name a book that's about sacrifices and fighting for your dreams
Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly. Those women definitely fought hard for their dreams. The answers for this questions and question 9 are interchangeable.
5) Belle: Name a book with a smart and independent female character
First though is Elizabeth Bennet but I can't keep using Pride and Prejudice! So Emma Wodehouse from Jane Austen's Emma it is!
6) Jasmime: Name a book with a character that challenged the social conventions of his or her world
Scarlette O'Hara from Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind. I do not like her but she definitely challenges the social conventions.
7) Pocahontas: Name a book with an ending that was a roller coaster of emotions
First thing I thought of was Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay. I was racing through the ending just wanting to know what happened so the emotions would stop emoting! ;)
8) Mulan: Name a book with a kick-a** female character
Each of the books in The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer had some pretty awesome female characters. Scarlette was probably the most kick-a** though actually not one of my favorite characters. And then of course there's Eowyn....
9) Tiana: Name a book featuring a hard working, self-made character
Carry on Mr. Bowditch by Jean Lee Latham. So inspiring! Just read it! The answers for this questions and question 4 are interchangeable.
10) Rapunzel: Name a book that features an artist
I can no think of anything! I'm blanking! Jane Eyre paints. So Jane Eyre it is.
11) Merida: Name a book that features a mother-daughter relationship
The obvious answer is Elizabeth Gaskell's Wives and Daughters but they're kind of all terrible mother-daughter relationships. For a good mother-daughter relationship though Little Women for sure.
12) Anna and Elsa: Name a book that features a great relationship between siblings
Pride and Prejudice's Jane and Elizabeth... but I can't use that again.... so.... Little Women.... but I can't use that again... so....
Here's a few books I can think of with great sibling relationships: Harry Potter series (specifically thinking of the Weasley family), Hardy Boys, the Little House in the Big Woods series, and The Viking Quest series. I love good family relationships in books. :)
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