Books I Would Like to Live In

(Thanks for this inspiration @ChrisK! Thinking about this made me realize that I read a lot of dark or serious books as an adult, and most of the imaginative environments I would want to live in come from the stories of my youth, when my reading was a bit... Lighter.)
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    A Wrinkle in Time
    Magical, exhilarating and empowering for an awkward kiddo to believe that the unknown is sometimes the most important thing of all. A creaky old house, quirky friends like Mrs. WhatsIt and a cute guy named Calvin. Let's find a tesseract and get this show on the road.
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    Harry Potter
    Hermione is basically my spirit animal. Hogwarts, here I come.
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    The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe
    I grew up with a wardrobe in my bedroom. It was a source of CONSTANT DISAPPOINTMENT by going nowhere but... My bedroom. To add salt to a sore wound, our front drive was lit by lantern posts a la Narnia. Always so close, but so far. Let's make this dream a reality.
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    Anne of Green Gables
    Heeeeeeyyy Gilbert. πŸ‘‹πŸΌπŸ˜˜ Quaint Canadian living with neighborhood drama galore.
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    A Girl of the Limberlost
    Not an easy place to navigate, but everything about this swampy place seemed ethereal and beautiful, down to the moths that Elnora collects.
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    Daddy Long-Legs
    As long as I can also have a Master Jervie benefactor who turns out to be my soulmate, we'll overlook the potentially creepy undertones of this plot line.
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    Little Women
    Holed up with the March sisters, creating plays and fake newspapers, while crushing on Laurie and trying to find my voice as a young woman in this world? That's the dream team right there. Squad goals forever.