No copying from other commenters or googling – that’s cheating and no fun! Here are more details and the current Leaderboard. I welcome first timers, you still have a chance to win a prize.
Each question is worth 10 points and because I’m so late you have until Friday morning to submit answers.
1. One of my favorite books so far this year, this young girl lost her mother and then her father gave her away to and aunt who moved her to Savannah and surrounded her with wonderful ladies. Saving Cee Cee Honeycutt
2. Pippi Longstocking
3. This gothic classic saw the longsuffering heroine find her prince at Thornfield Manor, only he was married! Jane Eyre
5. A couple wanted to adopt a boy, but got sent a girl who wished her name was Cordelia instead. Anne of Green Gables
6. Lily’s distant father made her rely on Rosaleen and in turn Rosaleen taught Lily about love and race in the 1960′s South. Secret Life of Bees
8. Lady Russell stepped in to give Anne advice in place of her dead mother in this Austen novel. Persuasion
9. Little Orphan Annie
10. Elizabeth Berg’s debut introduced us to Katie, a sweet 12-year-old, who is afraid of her father. Berg went on to write 2 more books with Katie. Durable Goods