National Siblings Day: Favorite Literary Siblings

Tomorrow is National Siblings Day here in the US! I sure love my siblings!

I thought I would share some of my favorite literary siblings in honor of this (somewhat made up) holiday. Enjoy!

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Lizzie and Jane Bennett // Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen // Such a beautiful relationship these two have! I love that they both find happiness at the end of the story too.

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The Pevensie Siblings // The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis // I love these stories and I love these siblings. They are not perfect. In fact, they make big mistakes, but they always come back to each other.

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Fred and George Weasley // The Harry Potter Series by J. K. Rowling // These twins are some of my favorite hilarious characters in literature. They always have each other’s backs and they go through life laughing. Still heart broken about Fred.

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The March Sisters // Little Women by Louisa May Alcott // Another just beautiful family that feels so real. They snap at each other, they drive each other crazy, they make mistakes, but they truly love each other.

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Katniss and Prim Everdeen // The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins // While I do not like several aspects about this series (like the ultimate ending), I do love the love between these two sisters in a world where love is scarce.

I just realized all these books are now movies. Interesting.

Who are some of your favorite literary siblings?

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