The Little Mermaid- A character who is out of their element, a "fish out of water."
Travis from Noggin. He literally ends up with his head on someone else's body and he has to learn how to cope with everything that entails. He's a fish out of water in his own body!
Cinderella- A character that goes through a major transformation.
Mac from Darkfever by Karen Marie Moning. In the beginning Mac is so prissy and pretty vain. However, throughout the novel she transforms and does what needs to be done in the end. I'm looking forward to reading more of this series and I hope her character development continues.
Snow White- A book with an eclectic cast of characters.
The Black Dagger Brotherhood series by JR Ward for sure. All of the guys are so different, but their interactions together are the best parts of the books. Their brotherhood is hilarious and endearing at the same time.
Sleeping Beauty- A book that put you to sleep.
Paper Towns by John Green. I feel like not that much happened and maybe I just didn't get it. I do really like this quote though lol.
The Lion King- A character that had something traumatic happen to them in childhood.
Dean from Hopeless by Colleen Hoover. Gosh I just felt for him so much in the book. I mean Sky too, but mostly for Dean because he knew what happened.
Beauty and the Beast- A beast of a book (a big book) that you were intimidated by, but found the story to be beautiful.
The Lord of the Rings series. I am not a huge fantasy fan to begin with, well I read more now, but back when I read this I hadn't really read any fantasy. It's a huge series and Tolkien is so damn wordy! I really ended up loving it and it's one of those that the more I think about it, the more I like it.
Aladdin- A character that gets their wish granted, for better or worse.
Delilah from Between the Lines. Well she got what she wanted, now what?
Mulan- A character who pretends to be something they're not.
I immediately thought of Noah from I'll Give You the Sun. He pretends to be completely different than his real self through about half of the book.
Toy Story- A book with characters you wish would come to life.
I know it's going to be a popular answer, but the Harry Potter series!! There's so many good characters to love and I think we all could use a little magic in our lives.
Disney Descendants- Your favorite villain or morally ambiguous character.
Dorian Gray. Talk about morally ambiguous. I absolutely love the character of Dorian, even though he does a lot of questionable things.