Guess a Quote (2.16.15)

Guess A Quote [Guess Kill a Mockingbird]Hello everyone. Did you miss this post last week? I was down with a flu and couldn’t muster the energy to make a post. Quite a few people got the last quote, which came from To Kill a Mockingbird. Chris T., Miss M., Annie Hawthorne, and Lina all guessed it correctly. How many of you have read and enjoyed this book? Have you heard (and are you excited to hear?) that the author is publishing a new book about Scout?

Here’s the quote for this week. It’s a book we’ve used for Guess a Quote before, but a different quote (of course).

In a crowd of a thousand boys claiming to be the prince, there would be only one with the same look of trouble in his eye.

Happy Guessing!

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12 Comments

  1. I want to say The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain, but I have a feeling I’m wrong.

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  2. Lydia

     /  February 16, 2015

    It’s from “The False Prince” by Jennifer Nielsen?

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  3. I know I can’t guess because I was sitting next to you when you posted, but I just have to say I LOVE this book. 😀

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  4. AHH!!! That’s The False Prince ❤ ❤ ❤ As soon as I read it I was like "That can only be from…" and then I Googled to check, 'cause I don't like publicly being wrong 😛 And, I was right!! LOVE that book!! ❤ ❤ ❤

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  5. It sounds like it might be from The False Prince by Jennifer Nielsen… But I’m not sure.

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  6. Aubrey Lidden

     /  February 16, 2015

    its the false prince i believe 🙂

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  7. So sorry to hear that you were sick!

    Hmm…I feel like I know this…but…I can’t think of it…:( haha

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  8. Jonathan G.

     /  February 18, 2015

    Ha! Finally one I know!!!! That quote is from The False Prince. Awesome book! Still not sure how one guy can attract that much trouble though…

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  9. Looks like an opening line, but no idea what it’s from.

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  10. OnionTea

     /  February 22, 2015

    Yay! I love this book! The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen.

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