“Junie B Jones! If she were a kid in my class, she would drive me crazy, but I would love her. They’re funny. And real. And they make me laugh.” – Jolie Brouttier

“Halle Berry in Kidnap. Although I think she may have been to easy on anyone, it is most like how myself would react in that same situation.” – Felicia Johnson

“Dagny from Atlas Shrugged was a woman way ahead of her time – cool, confident, strategic.” – Marilyn Adams- George

“Elisa Doolittle from ‘My Fair Lady.’ She’s plucky, independent, and has a real joie de vivre. Plus I love singing along to ‘Wouldn’t It Be Loverly.’” – Amanda Brummer

“Scout from To Kill a Mockingbird, and Fern from Charlotte’s Web instantly came to mind because of their strength and their precocious natures.” – Misty Fogle Horack

“Ramona Quimby! Her adventures got me hooked on reading.” – Kristina Irwin

“Michonne from the Walking Dead comic.” – Crystal Alvarez

“Ellen Ripley from Alien.” – Diana Marquez

“Mattie Ross from True Grit, the original version obviously.” – Jenny Foster

“Dagny from 'Atlas Shrugged' she embodies 'value for value' which is that she's going to ask the best of you, but she can only do that because she's offering her best. In the novel she is desperately trying to keep the rail road together fighting an incompetent brother, oppressive government and looters she holds to her principles." – Chad Yost

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