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For a little bit of whimsy and wonder try Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
For a good laugh, a lot of adventure, and all the feels, check out The Princess Bride.
A book all about being master (or mistress) of your own journey and choosing the right over the convenient. Everyone should read Jane Eyre.
Be a kid again and go through the wardrobe door with the Pevensies in The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.
The Secret Garden is a great mix of magic and mystery, and the beautiful, and sometimes painful, lessons of growing up.
A story of growth, sacrifice, and love in the shape of a triangle - Christy. (For real, don’t let the fabulous 90s cover fool you.)
If you love words and have ever felt misunderstood for your bookish tendencies, please read A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.
An orphan, a ginger, a sinking boat, accidental drunkenness, and true love - who could ask for anything more? Anne of Green Gables.
The second best Louisa May Alcott book ever written - Rose in Bloom.
Seriously, if you want to be a better person - regardless of age, gender, or creed - please read Little Women. (P.S. How much do I want this book with this cover?!)