The Monday Polls were a ton of fun, but as part of the new, expanded coverage on The Hub, we are making a few changes. Instead of just inviting readers to pick their favorite on a topic out of a pre-determined list, we’re going a little more in depth. In addition to sharing five perspectives from Hub bloggers on a topic, we also want to hear what you have to say!
Our inaugural Take Five question is: who is your favorite YA heroine, and why?
I loved (and still love) Enola Holmes (from the series of the same name by Nancy Springer)! She is so smart and quick witted (and figured out how to use her corset to hide a dagger in case she ran into baddies). Plus she could solve any puzzle and disguise herself so that even her brother, the famous Sherlock Holmes, wouldn’t recognize her. She’s a pretty awesome chick (and I totally wanted to be like her)! — Stacy Holbrook Continue reading Take Five: Favorite Heroine in YA Literature