Which Children's Book Is Actually About Your Life?

You might think children's books are filled with magic and whimsy and not much substance, but you might be surprised how accurately they mirror your own existence. Take the quiz to find out which children's book is actually about your life!

FunnyBuzz
Created By FunnyBuzz
On Mar 7, 2016

What do you crave most on a Sunday morning?

Which would you say is a character flaw of yours?

What have you worked hardest to achieve in your life?

Which would you say is your best personality trait?

How much did you enjoy school?

How many friends did you have growing up?

What is your dream job?

If you were to marry a man, which man would you prefer?

Which animal do you think best represents you as a person?

What excites you most?

Matilda

Matilda

Ever since a young age, you've always known you were a cut above the rest which is why Matilda is actually about your life. You might not have been accepted or appreciated by others growing up, but that was only because your advanced intellect separated you from the crowd. People might accuse you of being a know-it-all but you're just able to understand the world better than they are.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is basically a summary of your life. Whatever it is you're focused on in life, you're always ravenously hungry for it. Be it money, success, academic achievement or just literally food, you can't ever get enough. You have a vivacious and fiery personality and will never settle for less than perfect, which is why at the end of all the ravenous consumption and thirst for life, you'll show the world you're a beautiful butterfly after all.

Elmer The Elephant

Elmer The Elephant

Growing up you were always insecure and just like Elmer, you tried to hide your differences beneath a mask. But as you're getting older you have realised that the things that make you different are the things that make you great! Stop covering yourself in grey paint and express your colourful personality in all its glory. You'd rather be an eccentric individual than one of the crowd, any day.

Charlotte's Web

Charlotte's Web

Like Wilbur, in your formative years you were not celebrated as you deserved to be. Your classmates were difficult to be around, teachers scolded you and you felt that school was one of the toughest times of your life. But as you've grown older, others have seen a different side to you and as time goes by you're receiving higher and higher praise! Just like Charlotte, your close friends can't speak highly enough of you, so well done for being the best pig in show!