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I forgot to put parent control on my 2yr olds tablet and he purchased this book. I did not read the book myself, and I’m also sure my 2yr old didn’t not either... I still give it 5 stars on the rating, because the smile on my 2yr olds face for buying this book is priceless.
I was disappointed that the only picture of Elsa on the inside makes her look evil and is very small. Overall this follows the movie exactly, which may have been the point. It has pretty good vocabulary. It is slightly above average writing for a book based on a movie.
This was a gift for a 2nd grade girl who really likes the movie. From what I could gather perusing the book before wrapping it the writing is appropriate for most 2nd-4th graders and the story has more detail and plot development to it than the movie.
I bought this book because I am collecting Frozen s stuffs. I figured out that those story books have some extra descriptions about the characters and that is not show in the movie. It is worth to collect it if you are a Frozen fans.
My wife and I go to Disney World every other year and these stories remind us of the Magic they create. I would like some of the older ones done in this format and the Pixar stories like Toy Story and Monsters Inc. too.
Much better than the Golden Book version, but not really visually appealing since it's just words on a page. More for a slightly older reader than a toddler. Our elder daughter really enjoyed it. The toddler, not so much.
I bought this for my five-year-old and it was a perfect way for him to immerse himself in the story over several nights. The text is a rather slavish, scene-by-scene description of what's in the movie, but this strict adherence of the book to the movie allowed my son to catch some details that he'd missed in the movie. Though the picture set-up is quite common (all pics grouped in a set of glossy pages in the center of the book), I discovered that this arrangement is great for young kids just learning to get along without the support of pictures. Lopsided collection of movie stills, though.