Sunday, March 12, 2017

C.S. Lewis Quote Mug & Tote Bag Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win a C.S. Lewis quote tote bag and mug set made by Arbee. Good luck!
 

 
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59 comments:

  1. I like Heidi, probably because I liked it as a kid.

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  2. My favorite classic is A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. It is a fascinating story set in London and Paris during the French Revolution. Sydney Carton is an unforgettable character.

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  3. My favourite book of all time is Anne of Green Gables, I find the story and Anne Shirley so inspiring. What a lovely giveaway thank you. The Etsy shop has great stuff, this may be going on my list of 'gift websites for me please'.
    Amanda

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  4. amy guillaume lindermanMarch 12, 2017 at 7:17 PM

    i love a tale of two cities...it is the one book i remember reading and enjoying in my 11th grade english class YEARS ago

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  5. Little women I love the book and film

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  6. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. It has to be one of the most thought provoking stories I have ever read and I read it whilst ill and running a fever. To this day I don't know how much of my impression of the book was sickness and how much was the genius of the writing. I've never gone back for a second read in case I find out its brilliance was half a hallucination of mine.

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  7. Anne of Green Gables because it is my mother's favorite story. It's special to my heart.

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  8. The Ghost of Christmas Past by Charles Dickens is my favourite story, because since i was a young boy my parents always read it to me.

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  9. my fav. is A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. i like happy endings.

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  10. pride and prejudice for the story

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  11. I don't know which classic I'd choose, it's been so long since I've read any classic books. The only one I can remember is Alice in Wonderland because it's a fantasy and being revitalized recently in many movies.

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  12. Pride and Prejudice. I can read it over and over and it never gets old.

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  13. The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells for its vivid portrayal of life under what would become humankind's perpetual condition.

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  14. I am not a big fan of the classics but if pressed I would have to say Great Expectations.

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  15. My favorite are Grimm's fairytales as they've got everything a good story needs, adventure, love, magic and they usually teach you a lesson as well.

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  16. I love Vanity Fair because the characters are interesting!

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  17. My favourite classic is Wuthering Heights

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  18. I would have to say Little Women for me

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  19. My favorite classic is Sherlock Holmes. I love the adventure and how my mind thinks or assess things.

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  20. Oliver Twist. A book I read while growing up in France and watch it on TV also. Moving story.

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  21. I love "To Kill a Mockingbird" for its cultural relevance

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  22. I like Pride And Prejudice! The story is beautiful.

    mia2009(at)comcast(dot)net

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  23. Pride and Prejudice! I love the story and the characters :)

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  24. My favorite is "Alice in Wonderland" by Lewis Carroll, it was from my mothers childhood and she passed to me. I love it because it has a sentimental value!

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  25. My classic that I could read again and again is The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett. I never tire of it 💝

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  26. Oliver Twist a book that I can read over and over again.

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  27. The Railway Children - I read it as a child and I love it.

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  28. Charles Dickens Christmas Carol it captures the season so well and appeals to my sentimental nature

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  29. I love Heidi! When I was 10 years old my friend and I went to the school book day as Heidi and Peter- I was Peter.lol. We even had a baby goat :)

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  30. quo vadis; because it's first i choose ( and loved) myself

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  31. I like anything by Fyodor Dostoevsky or Jane Austen because they make me think and feel.

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  32. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I just love the message behind it: this novel explores the many roles of women by allowing each daughter to take a different path...

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  33. I love Anne of Green Gables as i've never read a book like it!

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  34. To Kill a Mockingbird. It's a great story & there are so many messages to take from it.

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  35. I don't have a favorite classic novel.

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  36. My favorite classic novel has to be Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

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  37. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee because it's Compassionate, dramatic, and deeply moving.

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  38. I love the Chronicles of Narnia. I have read it to my children comma my sister, her children, my neighbor's children, I myself at least a hundred times if you haven't read it I seriously recommend it

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  39. To kill a Mockingbird is my favorite classic. I've taught it many times and every time I read it, I find something else to love and appreciate. The theme, the characters, and even the setting work together to create a believable and flawed microcosm of our world.

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  40. I love Sherlock Holmes. It has the mystery and suspense I love.

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  41. I'm not sure if I have a favorite -- I've re-read a few times just because I enjoy the story, like A Christmas Story or Little Women but I don't think I would say either is a total favorite

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  42. Wuthering Heights - So passionate

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  43. I love the Lion King because it's a story very powerfull and a lesson for life

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  44. the jungle book. i loved it a child and still do now

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  45. Mine is The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe because I love Narnia.

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  46. My favourite genre is horror so my favourite classic is Dracula by Bram Stoker.

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  47. Northanger Abbey - not the usual Jane Austen choice, but I love its satire and introspection.

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  48. Nineteen Eighty Four - George Orwell because it's political messages are becoming more prevalent in today's modern society.

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  49. Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë - because I love love stories

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