??? {Mystery Quote #10} ???

10th “Mystery Quote”!!!


I feel like I should do something special, but I can’t think of anything. 🙂  Anyways, Bright Lights hasn’t interfered with “Mystery Quote” yet, but if it starts to be a problem I still might switch.  I might have troubles this fall when school starts.  Now,

Last week’s quote was from Kisses from Katie by Katie Davis; Chapter 15, “Three Thousand Friends”.  AWESOME book, go read it if you haven’t.  You can read Katie Davis’ blog here.

Ellen, Becca, Juliana, and Savannah guessed the right book; and Juliana blew this week out of the water guessing the chapter number, chapter name, and describing the chapter in less than a sentence–that from yours truly, who writes this kind of book review! 😀  Moving on, next quote:

The sounds of birds were everywhere, but with the heavy rain they must be keeping to their homes in the trees.  [He] only saw one occasionally, and it was never his bird, the one who had come to him in the mountains.

I wanted to do a different quote from that book, but I would have had to put in too many [he]’s to make sense. 🙂


I’ll go ahead and throw in my favorite character post from May:

Mr. Revere and I by Robert Lawson – Mr. Revere or Sherry

Judge by R.J. Larson – King Akabe or Dan Roeh–or Kien, just ’cause he reminds me of myself. 🙂

Cinnabar: the One O’Clock Fox by Marguerite Henry – Cinnabar?

Fair Wind to Virginia by Cornelia Meigs – Francis Newington or Becky

Have any of you guys read these?  Have a favorite character?  Happy guessing!

10 thoughts on “??? {Mystery Quote #10} ???”

  1. Out of all the book reviews you did in May, the only book I have read is (obviously) ‘Judge’. I don’t know who my favorite character was! I think it might be Kien, but I really like Ela. And Scythe. And lots of other characters … 🙂 . #Indecisive
    Oh, and I have no clue what the quote is! I’ll keep thinking 🙂 ~Savannah

  2. Uh……………………..THE GROWLY BOOKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can guess chapter, page number, and the he, right?
    Or My Side of the Mountain.

      1. Ok, I’ve got it. (Hannah still thinks I’ve lost my mind from the crazy outburst of exclamation at the moment of my finding right in the middle of her music practice)
        Book: Begin (the first book of the Growly books trilogy) by Philip and Erin Ulrich
        Chapter 13: Hammocks-A portion of Growly and Chippy’s journey to Towerwood
        Page Number: 82
        How’s that? 🙂 😉

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