1. Nancy Drew's blue convertible. And a picnic basket in the backseat full of homemade snacks from Hannah would be nice too.
2. The violin case from The Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. I would fill it with chocolate bars.
3. The goose from Jack and the Beanstalk because you can never have enough golden eggs.
4. The conch shell from Lord of the Flies so I can be the speaker and have all the attention.
5. Laura Ingalls' lunch pail from Little House on the Prairie. I've always loved the image. Plus, it would be handy when collecting all those golden eggs.
6. The invisibility cloak from Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone.
Think of the sneaking around you can do! Be careful of eavesdropping though, sometimes you don't want to hear what others really think of you (especially Professor Snape).
7. Pixie dust from Peter Pan and Wendy.
Imagine having the ability to fly without aid from a broomstick or a magic carpet!
Rush hour traffic? Not for you. Late for a date? No worries. Need to get to class before the bell rings? Easy peasy.
8. The Everlasting Gobstopper from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
It's candy. No explanation needed.
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9. The blade from The Subtle Knife.
Slice through parallel universes and bend the space/time continuum? Sure, okay. Plus, I bet you can make a salad in seconds.
10. Mr. Darcy from Pride and Prejudice.
Since it's my blog, I'll bloody well put him here if I want. And yes, I want Mr. Darcy.
What item would you like to take from a book?