Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Alice in Wonderland 150th Birthday Edition Books & Sterling Silver Pendant Giveaway

 
Enter this giveaway for a chance to win two Alice in Wonderland 150th birthday books and a sterling silver Alice pendant made by Songs of Ink and Steel. Good luck!
 

 
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77 comments:

  1. For me, it has always been Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. I have grown up loving the bravery and tenacity of Scarlet O'Hara.

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  2. Mine's always been Alice (in both guises) so this anniversary year has been great!

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  3. I've always loved Anne of Green Gables because the main character's awkwardness and love of books and imagination has always resonated with me. It's also beloved because it's Canadian.

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  4. I love One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. I love it because my degree is in Social Work and my speciality is in mental health. Although it may seem exaggerated, the trials and tribulations of the patients were/are very similar to what happens (and needs correcting) in our mental health facilities. :)

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  5. Pride and Prejudice, hands down! It's so swoon worthy and timeless.

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  6. Mine is Grimm's Fairy Tales as they offer charming stories that also make you learn a lesson.

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  7. My favourite classic is Heidi as I loved that book when I was a girl :)

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  8. I do enjoy Mansfield Park by Jane Austen xx

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  9. It may not be original but I'm going to have to add my vote to Pride and Prejudice

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  10. I love The Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde and anything by Edgar Allan Poe :)

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  11. My favourite classic is Heidi. My mom bought me that book when I was a young child and it totally fascinated me. I still love it!

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  12. Black Beauty is my favourite, although it still makes me cry. I always wanted to give Ginger the home she deserved.

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  13. This was my favorite "classic" growing up & still love it now....Charlotte's Web!!

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  14. Rumpelstiltskin my parents use to read it to me when I was little.

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  15. I love my hardbound Hans Anderson Fairy Tales Collection. It was a gift from an aunt and I have read it about a hundred times while growing up!

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  16. It's difficult to choose, but I'd have to say Anne of Green Gables. My heart has always been fond of Anne and her vivacious spirit!

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  17. Dracula, by Bram Stoker because I love Vampire stories

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  18. Pride and Prejudice because Mr. Darcy <3 <3 lol

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  19. My favourite classic is "Dracula", because I love the story.

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  20. I love the Brothers Grimm fairy tales I was brought a book with them in as a kid and loved the stories

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  21. My favorite classic is the story of Dracula! I am fascinated by Vampires!

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  22. Me he is Beauty and The Beast. Loved it as a child and still do as well as the lesson it teaches.
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  23. pride and prejudice -writing

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  24. I like Cinderella! I don't have a specific reason; I just like it, haha :)

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  25. I like Great Expectations by Charles Dickens because it's pretty much the only classic I've read (although I plan to change that soon).

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  26. My favorite classic was Treasure Island because who doesn't like pirates & buried treasure & maps with x marks the spot? It was the "Pirates of the Caribbean" in it's day (published in 1883).

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  27. Persuasion with little women as a close second!

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  28. Persuasion for me as well. At the end when she reads Capt. Wentworth's letter--I cry every time!

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  29. The picture of Dorian Gray, because I feel every word, it is a powerful book

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  30. Hans Anderson's fairy tales would be my favourite classics, Jane Austen's works would be a close second.

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  31. My favorite classic is the Anne of Green Gables series.

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  32. Alice in wonderland because it has the one and only Mad Hatter , tea parties and queens.

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  33. Jane eyre....such a beautifully told story

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  34. Snow White because this story is a good introduction in the fairy tale world!
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  35. I've to go with Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen. It's funny, an immersion into human's personalities (good and bad) and I think that Elinor character is the best I've ever read about!

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  36. My favorite classic is a tie between Alice in Wonderland, because of how whimsical it is, and Jane Eyre, because I've always been able to relate to Jane.

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  37. My favorite classic is Dracula by Braun Stoker.

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  38. My favorite classic book is Silas Marner, it's just a beautiful story to me.

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  39. My favorite classic is Gone With the Wind, because I enjoy historical fiction. Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler are fascinating characters.

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  40. My favorite classic is Cinderella because I've loved Cinderella since I was a little girl!

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  41. Little women, because it taught me about sisterhood.

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  42. Cinderella. I've always loved it the most.

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  43. The Outsiders is one of my favorites because of how relatable it still is.

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  44. I love Little Women as it's very entertaining!

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  45. I love Wuthering Heights as it's such a wonderfully gothic tale and I love the character of Heathcliff. It also helps that its set in Yorkshire where I live!

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  46. imlove alice for my it was the first real fantasy book

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  47. Great Expectations has to be my favourite classic. It has everything, romance, a villan, a hero, triumph over adversary and a happy ending

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  48. It's so hard to pick, there are so many (and more that I've yet to read).

    For really old classics, I love the works of Franz Kafka, especially The Metamorphosis. The book was so haunting to me, and had a lot to say about the sad way that folks with illnesses are often neglected.

    For more recent writers, Shirley Jackson in a heartbeat - she is just incredible and an inspiration.

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  49. My favorite is "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame- Victor Hugo" because i love the story and I have read it about a hundred times.

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  51. My favourite classics are from Moliere a French screen play writer.

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  52. The Great Gatsby is one of my most read books.

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  53. I have to say Gone with the Wind, my gran always said I was like Scarlet O' Hara lol

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  54. Alice in Wonderland has always been my favourite - As a child I would take a book and read under a tree and dream that Alices adventures happened to me

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  55. Black Beauty is my favourite.......love the story and love horses

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  56. Love Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, it was the first classic I really enjoyed at school and have loved it ever since! So atmospheric and wonderful characters.

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  57. I like Cinderella x

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  58. Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier!

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  59. Loved watership down since I was small. So sad though!

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  60. My favourite classic book is Charles Dicken's 'A Christmas Carol'...I must have read it twenty times ;)

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  61. I've always loved Pride & Predjudice. My Nan has always been a huge Jane Austen fan and had all of her books so whenever I visited I would borrow one.

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  62. I will always love The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

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  63. My favorite classic is Dracula. I like the atmosphere and mood in it.

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  64. So many I could pick! But I shall go with 'What Katy Did' as a firm favourite! Reading that in front of my Auntys fire on her farmhouse every Christmas was an absolute highlight of my younger years! x I learned so many wonderful things despite it being such an old book even then! x

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  65. I love Alice in Wonderland. I had my first child in Jan and called her Alice. I haven't bought her any Alice books yet so would be amazing to win these!!

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  66. for me its the hobbit! Its timeless and I am now reading my copy that I have had since I was younger to my grandson!

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  67. For me it's up the faraway tree Enid Blyton

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  68. As a kid it was The Adventures of Pip The Pixie by Enid Blyton and as an adult it has to be Dune by Frank Herbert xx

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  69. Alice in Wonderland has always been a favorite of mine.

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