Okie Dokie, my top ten favorite heroine.
- First is the amazing and incredible Penelope Lumley from the book series called, "The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place". She's like a living, talking encyclopedia. She kind of reminds me of Jane Austen actually...
- Second, is Hazel from the Percy Jackson Series! Okay, I haven't read that series yet, and I feel so left out and all... But actually, I chose Hermoine Granger from Harry Potter. (I'm sorry Percy Jackson fans... Trust me... I want to be one of you) She's smart, knows what to do in any given situation and she looks super great in movie four.... but that's not the point... The point is, she's awesome.
- Next, I've decided to do a Disney Princess, since they were originally books before they became movies. I think I shall do Belle, from Beauty and the Beast... here are my reasons why I picked her.
- Since I'm running out of heroines, (I usually read books where boys are the heroes...) I've decided to go to movie and tv shows... The first show heroine I pick is Dorcas from Lark Rise to Candleford. She is amazing, if you've watched any of the Jane Austen movies and liked them, these 53 minutes shows are mind blowing. To me, the first few episodes were okay, but then Dorcas came in and I started screaming, "OOH! I KNOW HER! She's Lidia from the old Pride and Prejudice movie!" But, she got way better than that. She gave lectures to people and they sunk deep. And then she's got some forbidden love happening... *cough cough* (you didn't read that...) *cough cough*
- Ooh! Okay, since I haven't read any YA novels (I'm to young too) I'm probably missing out on the best heroines in the century... But, that's okay with me... I think. Anyway, I've got to go with Dorthy from the Wizard of Oz. Most of you are probably rolling your eyes and saying in disgust, 'Such a children's book." But, I read the book (which honestly I slept through most of it, dreaming I was in Dorthy's shoes) and man... was that.... interesting. Befriending a lion, a tin man, and a scarecrow, she suddenly skips down the yellow brick road with Toto in a basket and hand in hand with the people she just befriended.It took like two seconds in the movie and she starts cuddling with them. And in the book it took two pages... Only few people can do that.
- Next has got to be Sakura from Cardcaptor Sakura. She's in a manga book. So that counts... right? Okay, she's an adorable 4th grader and she hears strange noises coming from her fathers library/work-area and finds a strange box that has a lion with a sun near it. She opens it and cards starts flashing out, zipping everywhere and then out of site. Then, a little cute adorable looking plushy falls out and starts to yawn and talks to Sakura saying that he is the Guardian of the Clow-Cards, the cards that she released. And now, she has to collect all the cards or a disaster will befall the world. (Clickhere for the song that you will hear in every episode for Cardcaptor Sakura)
- First, let me exclaim... I NEED TO READ MORE BOOKS WITH MORE HEROINES... Okay, since I'm done with that, I think I've decided with my seventh heroine. She's in a television show, I must admit, but other than that, it's Artemis from Young Justice. Dude, she's better than Green Arrow. And that's saying a lot. First, her sense of style (cutest outfits ever) is amazing and then she's got some... okay instead of describing her to you, just imagine Hawkeye, but... way cooler and a girl and wearing green and blond. Does that help?
- Only two more to go! So number eight has got to be Sabrina Grimm from the Sisters Grimm series. First, she's has got some nerves... Way a ton of nerves... And man does she make you mad. Really, really, really mad.
- Aah, the sweet taste of almost finishing.... This award goes to Padme Amidala from Star Wars! If you've seen her fight, you know why she's on my list. And how she looks... Ooh it's so beautiful.
- I am finally done! My last and final favorite heroine goes to..... Kate from Books of Beginning: The Emerald Atlas! She deserves to be on here. She's been through such hard times, but thank you author for making her the oldest. She's smart in the face of danger, she can quickly run (in this book, you'll need it) and you just want to hug her and say it's okay when she goes the bad times... (I hope she doesn't die.... That would be tragic....)
Anyway, that my top ten heroines everybody!
Who's YOUR favorite heroine? Tell me in the comments!