9 Inspiring Ursula Vernon Quotes (Free List)

Ursula Vernon quotes are thought-provoking, memorable and inspiring. From views on society and politics to thoughts on love and life, Ursula Vernon has a lot to say. In this list we present the 9 best Ursula Vernon quotes, in no particular order. Let yourself get inspired!

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— Ursula Vernon, Giant Trouble

Trolls have a longstanding animosity for goats–“Who’s that trip-tapping across my bridge!?”–and this led me to think that perhaps trolls are related to goats, since it seems a lot more plausible to me that your relatives would make you insane than some random hooved mammal, however ecologically destructive it might be. What if trolls evolved from goats? Or, no, better yet, what if goats evolved from trolls? Or were domesticated from trolls by human shepherds? And the trolls despise their domesticated cousins as a disgrace to the once-proud troll race, (much as I assume wolves would despise Chihuahuas if they ever gave them much thought) and eat them at every opportunity.

— Ursula Vernon

Let’s take a minute to talk about spellbooks, since, in this day and age when magic is no longer taught in schools (or is, at best, an elective like Home Economics), very few people have the experience with spellbooks that they used to.

— Ursula Vernon, Castle Hangnail

Sweet mother Mary, boy, think about what you’re doing! Be cruel or be kind, but don’t be both, because now you’ve made a mess you can’t clean up in a hurry.

— Ursula Vernon, Jackalope Wives

Grandma Harken was sharpening her garden shears. Her hands slowed on the file and she said finally, “He’ll get in trouble and he’ll figure it out. Best to do it without us standing over him. It’s the only way anybody ever learns to clean up after themselves.

— Ursula Vernon

Once upon a time, there was a little creature that was rather small and rather wicked and it lived all alone in the woods. The little creature lived in a little den, at the bottom of a little ravine, filled with not-at-all little brambles and on the edge of a forest that could only be described as really freakin’ huge.

— Ursula Vernon

Wilbur looked at the list glumly. “Are you sure you need all this stuff?””Yep.””The ax?””The ax is critical.””The c

— Ursula Vernon, Ratpunzel

Dragons have been known to have staring contests with mountains. They usually win.

— Ursula Vernon, Castle Hangnail

A stupid mule is still smarter than a good horse or a bad man.

— Ursula Vernon, The Tomato Thief

She was a good witch and a decent person, but decent people aren’t always easy to live with.

— Ursula Vernon, Razorback