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31 Times People Shouted, “YAAS, QUEEN!” While Reading

4. Anne Shirley, Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery

She came from so little and fought her way out and to the top. She has this will to make people like her, and to be herself, that is hugely aspirational to me. — Facebook, Jennifer Anderson

5. Luna Lovegood, Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling

I love Luna from Harry Potter because she is very creative and has a quirky mind. When I read Order of the Phoenix, it seemed to me that Luna had a touch of high-functioning autism because she was smart, but didn’t relate well to kids her own age. I’ve had Asperger’s since I was a kid and even though Luna may not be considered on the spectrum, she made me feel seen! Luna made me feel special!! —jennies4783ed5b8

6. Scout Finch, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

She is so strong, brave, and open-minded. Just like most kids, she doesn’t even realize what a fighter for justice she can be. That’s how we all are, before we let society and our own voices shout us down. — Marina Rupova, Facebook

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