Test your knowledge on book characters that kids around the world love.
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Author Beverly Cleary first wrote a book about this spunky character in 1955. The character and her sister Beezus were featured in seven more books.
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This 1956 novel by Dodie Smith first featured this iconic character who is obsessed with Dalmatian dogs because she wants to use their fur for coats. The book was adapted into a live action Disney movie in 1996.
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This character first appeared in a book by Carolyn Keene in 1930. An amateur sleuth, or detective, she is known for solving cases even the local police could not and for her strawberry blonde hair.
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In a five-book series by Rick Riordan, this character finds out his father is a god and battles characters from Greek mythology, including the snake-headed Medusa.
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This character is known for her super strength and red pigtails that defy gravity. She also has a pretty funny name.
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This Roald Dahl character is so intelligent she can move things with her mind.
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Judy Blume has written her fair share of iconic characters. Who is the main character of "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing." Hint: He finds his little brother, Fudge, to be very annoying.
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This character was played by Jennifer Lawrence in the big-screen adaption. She is known for her archery skills.
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Here are a few things this character is known for: his circular glasses, being an orphan and his pet owl.