Hello, readers. It’s Tuesday (where do these weeks go?), and today there’s a new Finding Wonderland edition of Top Ten Tuesday.
That Artsy Reader Girl | Top Ten Tuesday November 20: Thanksgiving/Thankful Freebie
For my “freebie” topic, I feature five families or characters who embody the idea of “family.” Or maybe just people I wish were coming to my house for Thanksgiving. I’m 99% sure I’ve already done this, but it’s always fun to repeat topics plus who doesn’t enjoy putting favorite characters in all the lists!?
Below I talk about some of the more memorable characters and the families’ talented authors have introduced me too. Since Thanksgiving is a time to remember, reflect and express gratitude, it doesn’t feel like any direction but family is the way to go.
Let’s look at some of these amazing characters.
Top Ten Tuesday November 20*
*aka the Top Ten Tuesday topic in which I cannot count to ten (yes, I shorted this list!)
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1: The March Sisters (Louisa May Alcott) | Who wouldn’t want to meet these girls? They’re each unique and memorable in their own ways. Because of this, we are bound to relate to one or more of them. Amazon | Goodreads
2: The Covey Family (Jenny Han) | I fell in love with this family this year thanks to the novel To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before. I fell further in love with them in the Netflix adaptation, and continue to love them. Oh, and I haven’t read books 2 and 3 yet! Amazon | Goodreads
3: The Woodward Sisters (Hillary Manton Lodge) | These characters are rich with purpose and oh-so-memorable. Jane of Austin is a contemporary re-telling of Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, and is without question one of my favorite novels. Amazon | Goodreads
4: Jonah, and Family (Emery Lord) | OK, to be honest, I didn’t much care for When We Collided by Emery Lord. That said, the characters are memorable, so they 100% deserve a place on this list. Amazon | Goodreads
7: The Bennet Sisters (Debra White Smith) | While the “original” Lizzy and Jane are the best; the contemporary sisters in Debra White Smith’s Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice re-telling are memorable, too. Mostly Elizabeth and Jane since Lydia is (if possible) more hopeless in these pages. Amazon | Goodreads
8: The Bradford Sisters, and Family (Becky Wade) | These sisters! They’re some of my favorite bookish people to hang out with. Much as I anticipate Britt’s story this spring, I know I’ll also be sad to leave these characters. Amazon (Book one) | GoodreadsTalking about a #bookworm #Thanksgiving! Who would you invite to your table? #TopTenTuesday | Gather Around the Happy Bookworm Table Click To Tweet
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How did you spin this week’s topic? Did you talk specific characters, create a list of what you’re most thankful for, or curate books with thankfulness as its center? Do you have anything bookish (or non) related you’re most thankful for? Share all the thoughts down below.
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ps: please excuse the “disorder.” you can read more about Finding Wonderland’s changes, new follow options and why archive posts are a royal mess in my “Disorder + Feedback” post!