Disney Princess Book Tag

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Alright! Today I have got another Book Tag for you. I am an absolute lover of all things Disney. Growing up with the movies and even now still enjoying their creations. So, here’s my take on the Disney Princess Book Tag originally created by Soudha over at Of Stacks and Cups!

My Three Disney Princess Facts

  • My all time favorite Disney movie is Beauty and the Beast and Belle is my favorite character.
  • Jasmine comes in as a close second for favorite. I love her fiery personality!
  • Rapunzel beats Anna and Elsa any day. I’m a firm believer that Tangled far surpasses Frozen.

Snow White ~ Favorite Classic

To Kill a Mockingbird

My all time favorite classic is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. It’s the one that stood out above the rest in high school. Such a compelling and poignant narrative.

Cinderella ~ Book That Kept You Reading Well Past Bedtime

For the Record

I just could not go to bed while reading For the Record by Charlotte Huang. The desire to know what happened next, how it would end, consumed me. Who needs sleep, right?

Aurora ~ Favorite Classic Romance

Sense and Sensibility

Out of all of Jane Austen’s works, Sense and Sensibility sticks out as my favorite classic romance. Unfortunate circumstances, betrayal, and the love of two sisters forever in the balance: love it!

Ariel ~ Book About Making Sacrifices And Fighting For Your Dreams

If I Stay

Gayle Forman’s If I Stay is all about making sacrifices and fighting for your dreams. Can love be sustained in that environment? Whose to say one person’s desire is more worthy than another?

Belle ~ Book With A Smart And Independent Female Character

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

Hermione Jean Granger for the win! Over the top intelligence, fearsome in her own right, and she is always looking out for her friends. J.K. Rowling created an exceptional character to be a role model for us all.

Jasmine ~ Book With A Character Who Challenged Social Conventions

Cinder

Cinder from The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer lives in a world where cyborgs are considered as less than. She spends a good amount of time proving that she’s is just as worthy as everyone else if not more so.

Pocahontas ~ Book Whose Ending Was A Roller-Coaster Of Emotions

Fire Falling

A lot went down in Fire Falling by Elise Kova: growth, love, pain, and suffering. My emotions ran the complete gambit especially with that brutal cliffhanger.

Mulan ~ Book With A Kick-Ass Female Character

A Darker Shade of Magic

Victoria Schwab created the exceptional Lila Bard who stole my heart in A Darker Shade of Magic. Fierce fighter with knives, relentless in her pursuits, a cutthroat with nothing to lose. My girl is going to be a pirate, enough said!

Tiana ~ Book Featuring A Hardworking, Self Made Character

Six of Crows

Kaz Brekker may be the pinnacle of ‘started from the bottom, now we here.’ He worked his way up through the ranks of The Dregs making them one of the biggest contenders in Ketterdam. Without a doubt, a self made man!

Rapunzel ~ Book That Features An Artist

City of Bones

Cassandra Clare’s The Mortal instruments has actually got two. Both Jocelyn and Clary Fray are talented artists. Whether it be painting or drawing, the Fray women have got an aptitude for art!

Merida ~ Book That Features A Mother-Daughter Relationship

The Raven Boys

Blue and Maura Sargent from Maggie Stiefvater’s The Raven Cycle have such a friendly, laid-back relationship. Such an eclectic, eccentric family certainly provides an intriguing bond between these two.

Anna and Elsa ~ Book That Features A Great Sibling Relationship

Saint Anything

Mac and Layla Chatham from Sarah Dessen’s Saint Anything were such a wonderful brother sister relationship. Both of them are there for each other and their family, but still know when spaces is needed. The whole Chatham clan is a great example.

So, who is your favorite Disney princess? How about the princes? Have you done this book tag yet? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below!

 

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