From sexy costumes to classic, we have Snow White, Cinderella, Scooby Doo, Super Hero Costumes, Mickey and Minnie, Disney characters, Alice in Wonderland, Tinkerbell and Peter Pan, Shrek, Dr.
But this isn't, necessarily, a unique trait in girl characters, particularly not girl characters in young adult fiction. While they may not know how to shoot an arrow, and while the challenges they're up against may not be as dramatic as fighting to the death in a televised game at the behest of an authoritarian government, they face challenges nonetheless.
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Darry repeatedly accuses Ponyboy of lacking common sense, but Ponyboy is a reliable and observant narrator.
Throughout the novel, Ponyboy struggles with class division, violence, innocence, and familial love. Darrel, known as “Darry,” is a twenty-year-old greaser who is raising Ponyboy because their parents have died in a car crash.
's Meg Murry, who, like Katniss, is pushed into action in order to save a younger sibling, and who finds unknown strength in herself in doing so.
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by Brenda Vicars) NASA’s technical term for the amount of time that—forget it, you wouldn’t understand. Lady Katsa, Prince Po, and Bitterblue (from The Graceling Books by Kristin Cashore) But which of them will win the Grammy this year? Alaska Young (from by Meg Wolitzer) Four random syllables chosen from a Pentacostal speaking in tongues. Katniss Everdeen, Peeta Mellark, Caesar Flickerman, Seneca Crane, and Effie Trinket (from The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins) Generations of ridiculous names begin here.
Hinton’s Sodapop and Ponyboy (to say nothing of Huckleberry Finn)—relax, man! And let’s stay aboard the Relaxation Express: the books on this list are mostly quite good, some of them outright great, but we’re going to poke fun at them anyway because funny fun is fun.
Ponyboy Curtis - The novel’s fourteen-year-old narrator and protagonist, and the youngest of the greasers.
literature—from the now nostalgia-infused stories we devoured as kids to more contemporary tomes being read by young people today. She might have been a red-headed spitfire determined to live life on her own terms (or that other red-headed spitfire, who did the same).