Quote Variation Contest Voting

Watching entries for the Pride and Prejudice Quote Variation contest role in was so much fun. You all came up with some creative ideas! Now you get to see them all in one spot. Scroll through, pick your favorite, and use the voting form to cast your vote. You can ask people to vote for your quote or support your favorite quote by using the sharing links below each image. (Note: If you use the Facebook share links, be sure to add a note telling your friends which quote you want to support. Facebook does not fill the description in for you.)

#1 | Variation CLEP

#1 | Variation CLEP

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#2 | Variation Superhero

#2 | Variation Superhero

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#3 | Variation Fishing

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#4 | Variation Hitchhiker

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#5 | Variation Salvation

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#6 | Variation Artsy

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#7 | Variation Bookworm

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#8 | Variation Fangirl

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#9 | Variation Hunger Games

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#10 | Variation Hobbit

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#11 | Variation Author

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And now for the drumroll please. It’s time to vote.

Can’t wait to see who will win! I’ll announce the results next Tuesday. 🙂

Book Review: The Small One

The Small OnePicture books are one of the rarer categories to appear here on Leah’s Bookshelf. Since I have a predominately mid to late teen audience, they don’t really fit. But every once in a while, even teens and adults can enjoy a good picture book. Plus I know a lot of you have younger siblings who probably like being read to and receiving books for birthdays.

The Small One is about a boy and his beloved donkey. Unfortunately, the donkey has become to old and weak to pull his weight in the family business. The boy’s father says Small One must be sold. The boy is devastated, but asks his father for permission to bring Small One into town himself in order to make sure he finds a good home. The father agrees. Unfortunately, there don’t seem to be any kind people in need of a donkey. And then, just when all hope seems lost, someone shows up who needs a donkey to bring his wife to Bethlehem.

Yes, Christmas is over. And this is most definitely a Christmas story. But the story is just as fun and touching after Christmas as before. I pulled it out on New Year’s Eve and enjoyed spending about five minutes reading it (it’s a short picture book). Apparently it’s based on a Disney movie. Has anyone seen it?

What’s your favorite fictional Christmas story?

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone! Hope both days were wonderful for you. 🙂