Fictional Siblings Book Tag #BookTagTuesday

Hello Peoples! Millay has the cutest tags and they are the most fun! Are you following Millay??? Mmmm. Well . . . The link to her blog is below.

Fictional Siblings Book Tag: #BookTagTuesday – Millay’s Musings (wordpress.com)

Drum roll please . . .

Here we go!!!

Your Favorite Fictional Siblings ~

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Oh the choices, the choices! I chose three different families. The Vanderbeekers by Karina Yan Glaser, are such a sweet family of children. They have so many adventures together ~ a loving family!

I also chose the March sisters by Louisa May Alcott. Need I say more??? I think not.

I did not want to omit the Penderwicks. Such adventures! They do face challenges, but they face them together.

Siblings Who Hate Each Other ~

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My! My! My! Scarlett O’Hara and her sisters in Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. Whew!

Favorite Friends Who Should Have Been Sisters ~

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Without a doubt, Anne Shirley and Diana Barry in Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery

Siblings Who Are Complete Opposites of Each Other ~

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Branigan Powers and her brother in The Cantaloupe Thief by Deb Richardson-Moore.

Saddest Sibling Death In A Book ~

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Oh my word. Beth in Little Women by Louisa May Alcott

Most Annoying Sibling In A Book ~

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I shake my head. Lydia In Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.

Your Favorite Book Featuring A Big Family ~

I’m thinking. πŸ˜•

Flurry Sibling – Your Favorite Dog/Human Siblings ~ Flurry???

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Barnabas and Timothy in The Mitford Series by Jan Karon. Timothy is an adult, so, maybe I should chose another dog/human pair, however, I can include Dooley. He’s a boy when he meets Timothy.

There you have it. Have a great day peoples!

Much love ~

Kathy

2 thoughts on “Fictional Siblings Book Tag #BookTagTuesday

  1. Haha! I’m laughing at us putting some of the same ones, but, gosh-dang it, I totally forgot about the Vanderbeekers and Penderwicks!!! I LOVE their sibling dynamics. Glad you did the tag! Love your answers!

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