Guess a Quote [2.29.16]

Green Eggs and Ham [GAQ].jpgHappy leap day everyone! I’ve been enjoying the adorable Google animation for the day. 🙂

Our last quote was well recognized by many of you. Writefury, Morgan Huneke, Savannah Perran, oathofgod, Amanda Beguerie, Reagan S., Addyson M. Huneke, Lina-Ruth, Mary, Hanna R., and Natalie all guessed correctly that the quote came from Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. (Spencer, I did not know Dr. Seuss’ real name, so you sent me on a wild goose around the internet trying to figure out your guess!)

I was trying to find a fun party game my friends and I have played using Dr. Seuss books, but I couldn’t find the rules and I can’t remember them well enough to explain. 😦 However, I did find this cute blog post about a Green Eggs and Ham themed birthday party!

Now for this week’s quote, which comes from the opening of a classic kids’ book turned movie.

One bright, sunny June morning, a tall, sturdy-looking girl, evidently a native of the mountains, was climbing this narrow path. She led by the hand a little maiden, whose cheeks glowed as if a ruddy flame were under her dark-brown skin. And what wonder? In spite of the hot June sun, the child was bundled up as if for protection against the sharpest cold.

Happy Guessing!

 

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  1. Emily

     /  February 29, 2016

    Heidi?

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  2. I think I know this one too! Heidi, right?

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  3. Heidi! This used to be one of my favorites!

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  4. Heidi by Johanna Spyri!

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  5. It reminds me of “Heidi” (I’m blanking out on the author’s name right now).

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  6. Mary

     /  March 1, 2016

    I think that’s from the opening chapter of Heidi, though I wasn’t sure at first! You just reminded me that it was actually one of my favorite classics when I was younger, but I honestly haven’t even picked it up in years…so maybe that will change soon! 🙂

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    • I’m not the biggest classic’s fan, but certain children’s classics are my go-to books for when I feel lousy or down. A Little Princess tops the list, followed by books like Heidi. And then The Scarlet Pimpernel forgets it’s not a children’s classic and makes the list too.

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  7. Heidi, by Johanna Spyri.

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