Thursday, June 1, 2017

Alice in Wonderland Tote Bag, Mug & Pillow Giveaway

 
 
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83 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 Scarlett O'Hara.

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  3. Pride and Prejudice and The Brother's Grim. Not sure why I like them so much.

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  4. My favourite classic is Heidi, I loved to read it as a child.

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  5. One of my favorites (and hardest to read at the same time) is Watership Down. There's a few others but that one really stood out to me

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  6. The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen and The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

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  7. The Man Without Qualities by Robert Musil

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  8. Wind in the willows, I love Toad

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  9. The Count of Monte Cristo - the perfect revenge story!

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  10. The Little Prince - it is just so beautiful. I also love all of Jane Austen's works.

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  11. It is so very hard to say just one.. but any book by Thomas Hardy would be my favorite... Tess or Jude the Obscure

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  12. Pride and Prejudice, timeless masterpiece, loved it!

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  13. I love Grimm's fairytales as they are so full of magic and wisdom - not always child appropriate as stories can be quite brutal, then again in the beginning they were meant for adults anyway.

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  14. My favorite classic is definitely Dracula because I love anything spooky.

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  15. Little Mermaid, but not the Disney story, the Hans Cristian Andersen version, a true sacrifice for love.

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  16. Pride & Prejudice. It's just so romantic and timeless.

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  17. A lovely giveaway. My favourite classic is Anne of Green Gables.
    Amanda

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  18. The Little Prince because I love yours stories

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  19. Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens, I read it whilst at school and loved it. I found it a riveting story and I'm sure that I still would should I have the chance to read it again.

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  20. Wuthering Heights. Loved the ruggedness of the book and always wanted my own Heathcliffe. :)

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  21. Romeo & Juliet - I've read that one so many times

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  22. My favorite classic would probably be Gone with the Wind. I completely fell in love with it and read Scarlet soon after.

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  23. My favourite classic is Lady Mcbeth.

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  24. My favorite is Gone With the Wind.

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  25. Alice in Wonderland and solving the mad hatters riddle. Because one is nevaR backwards and one is for words #whyisaravenlikeawritingdesk

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  26. I don't know what my favorite classic is, either the Little Prince or the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.

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  27. I enjoy historical romance and my favorite classics are Gone With the Wind and Pride & Prejudice.

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  28. My favourite classic is Wuthering Heights. I read it as a child (it was there on a book shelf, so I assumed that I could?), so thought it was a children's book until my brother started studying it for English A-level!

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  29. The Secret Garden. I love that they've found their own secret and magical place!

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  30. The Secret Garden I just love the story of redemption.

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  31. A Christmas Carol, the perfect Christmas story full of ghosts, mystery, joy and redemption :)

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  32. My favourite classic is The Secret Garden, as my mum gave me a copy that belonged to her and it was one of the first "mature" books I read

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  33. My favorite classic is The Wizard of Oz by Frank L. Baum :) It's a tale that will always be embraced, no matter what the current year is.

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    1. oops lol L. Frank Baum, sorry bout that!

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  34. I love Anne of Green Gables because it is the first "long" book I read as a little girl.

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  35. Mine have to be Alice in Wonderland. I just love that rabbit

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  36. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

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  37. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy

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  38. My favorite classic is The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. I will pick this book up on occasion and re-read it again.

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  39. I love the Great Gatsby for its plot :)

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  40. My favorite classic is Alice in Wonderland. I watched the disney movie when I was really young and feel in love with the colors and the strangeness of the story. I finally read the book when i wad older and I just love the story even more. Then there is Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. I can't say why exactly they're my favorite. They both were the first and only classics I read when I was younger and the stories just stuck with me.

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  41. Around the world in 80 days from Jules Verne. Love the unusual adventure of Mr Figg and his servant Passepartout experience.

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  42. My favourite has to be Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens. Just loved the humour in this classic

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  43. The Secret Garden has always been my favorite. I'm trying to create my own little version of a garden to read my days away in. :)

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  44. A Christmas Carol, by Charles Dickens. i like happy endings.

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  45. I love Wuthering Heights. It was one of the first classics I ever read and I just fell in love with it.

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  46. The Goose Girl, because she's like Cinderella from rags to riches. Her story inspired me a lot.

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  47. My favorite classic is Cinderella because it has always been my favorite since I was a little girl! Love it!

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  48. Little Women....about family and strong women!

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  49. i love quo vadis because it's the first one i've read

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  50. A little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Sara is so inspirational!

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  51. Ha! I'm not sure I have one. Maybe Savages by Shirley Conran.

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  52. Pride and Prejudice - just a perfect classic

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  53. Little Women! I was my favourite book as a child!

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  54. Alice in Wonderland, because it's so weird

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  55. The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells - the ultimate portrayal of humanity at war

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  56. Alice in Wonderland. It has great life lessons!

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  57. Alice in Wonderland. Best fantasy book for me!

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  58. I love David Copperfield because I first read it at school and have loved it every since.

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  59. I love this, my favourite Classic is Alice In Wonderland

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  60. Mary Poppins. I love the way how she treats the kids and that she solves everything with magic.

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  61. Little women. Having read all my books my mother wouldn't buy me anymore as I was reading too quickly. So decided to introduce me to the books she read when she was young. Little women was the first and I really enjoyed it.

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  62. I like Heidi but do like but Alice in Wonderland as well

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  63. I love Vanity Fair as I think Becky Sharp is an amazing character!

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  64. Little Women. It's a favorite of my mom's too.

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  65. Alice in Wonderland is my favorite classic.

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  66. This is almost an unfair question…there are literally thousands of books to choose from. Literature is as diverse as music: so many different genres, so many different styles.

    But, since I don’t like it when people use that reasoning to get out of answering the question in a concrete manner, I shall give my current favorite, one that I’ve enjoyed for a long time, since I was a child. This choice is subject to change, however. My favorites list revises itself continuously.

    I’d have to go with To Kill a Mockingbird, if you’ll allow that particular suggestion (you didn’t specify which era of classic you wanted). It was published in 1960, making it over fifty years old. I love this book because it’s so powerful. Harper Lee doesn’t waste much time on embellishments or flourishes; she simply tells the story in the harsh light of reality, without prettying it up. The central themes remain applicable to this day and the story of Atticus Finch and his children is timeless.

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  67. The first book I can remember loving was Little Women.

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  68. The Hobbit! It's an easy and fun read with lots of character.

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  69. Nineteen Eighty-Four, not only my favourite classic but favourite book of all time :)

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  70. My favorite is Cinderella. I read it a lot as a little girl. I just love the fantasy in it.

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  71. Sense and Sensibility I love the the embarrassing moments and the ruthless caricatures of the very rich in wealth but decidedly lacking in wit and humour.

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