Little Girls Quotes

Quotes tagged as "little-girls" (showing 1-9 of 9)
David Mitchell
“Little girls are like old cats. If they don't like you nothing on Earth will make them pretend to.”
David Mitchell, Ghostwritten

V.C. Andrews
“Little girls get hurt when they play grown-up games.”
V.C. Andrews, Petals on the Wind

Jennifer Elisabeth
“Despite how lonely or broken down you might feel, we need you with us helping to make the world better, kinder and safer, especially for the little girls coming up.”
Jennifer Elisabeth, Born Ready: Unleash Your Inner Dream Girl

Kevin Jared Hosein
“You ain’t old yet but when you get old, all the women in the village start to look down on you when they find out you want to do something other than sweep the kitchen or cut up vegetables. Had this big starch mango tree when I was small. Anytime I set myself to climb it, there was always a woman passing by to yell at me and tell me to get down. Asked me why I leaving my poor mother to do all the housework. I never got to the top. It was like God was always watching, ready to send another hag to tell me down. Then, one day, they cut down the tree.”
Kevin Jared Hosein, Rune Mathura and the Case of the Village Jumbie

Barry Hughart
“Little girls have large maternal instincts, and they take the Feast of Hungry Ghosts very seriously, and they were making their rounds with small lanterns made from candles inside rolled lotus and sage leaves. I could feel ghosts all around us, moving toward the warmth of the sweet singing voices: You are not alone, the girls sang, you are not forgotten, we care and understand, our own lives are but a candle flame from yours.”
Barry Hughart

Sarah Brazytis
“The man jumped and stared at the two little girls. "What are you doing here?" he demanded.
"We live here, in the caretaker's cabin," Rosetta answered. "Do you need help?"
"Do I need help?" he roared. "What do you think, you little snippet?"
"What's a snippet?" asked Bianca innocently.”
Sarah Brazytis, Our Christmas Bear

Kelsey Brickl
“She was an afterthought, little Martha. She was treated the way many families treated pet dogs - she had to be fed and cleaned every now and then, but she was left to her own devices for the most part.”
Kelsey Brickl, Hardtack: A Civil War Story

Hannah Tunnicliffe
“She takes in the sight of a cake with thick frosting, covered in edible silver stars. I call it Princess Cake, and little girls love it. One of my regular mums says it is magic; it keeps her daughter quiet for at least twenty minutes.”
Hannah Tunnicliffe, The Color of Tea

Kate Morton
“But sometimes, when no one is looking, little girls like to do forbidden things.”
Kate Morton