Do you love the Disney movie Frozen as much as I do? I super duper love it! Don’t even get me started on the adorableness of Olaf! Cause he is my favorite character! I got to see the movie in 3-D when we went on a Disney cruise a couple of months ago and since then I have been absolutely enchanted with the movie. If you haven’t seen it yet, you absolutely must! It is a heartwarming story that all in the family can enjoy together. It’s just so darn cute you won’t be able to resist it once you start watching. What I loved about the movie is that it is about the bond between sisters and how love can change everything. It doesn’t just have to be for people who have sisters. It can really apply to any kind of relationship where people love each other.
Frozen is the Disney movie that has that “Let It Go,” song. This is a song that will get stuck in your head once you hear it and you will not be able to forget it. But it’s not annoying like other songs that get stuck in your head. See what I’m talking about with the video below if you haven’t seen it already.
At the time I am writing this blog post the video has over 52,000,000 views! Probably about 400 of them are from me by myself but I can’t imagine that I am the only one in love with the song.
I have been given the opportunity to review some Disney Frozen books for a variety of different age ranges. One great thing about books like this is it gives reluctant readers a chance to read about something they might be interested in. If your child is not a huge fan of reading but they love the movie, they can really get into reading books that deal with his or her favorite characters from Frozen.
I was super duper excited to have this opportunity because I love reading to my little boy and he is so excited about the movie that I knew he would love to have me read to him about Frozen. One of my favorites to read to him
is A Tale of Two Sisters. This is a step into reading book. It follows the action of the movie but the language is written in a way that’s simple enough for young readers. I like that this book is short and holds my little guy’s attention from beginning to end.
Another book I got to review is A Sister More Like Me. This book is for older children who are confident in their reading ability. It is also a book that parents can read to their children. Right now the book is under $9 on Amazon for a hardback, which is an awesome deal! Prices change all the time so you might want to jump on that price if you want to get it. This story features a new adventure with Anna and Elsa. The illustrations of this book are done by one of the film’s artists.
Another book I loved to review was the read along. Do you remember read along books from when you were a child? For me, read along books meant I had to put in a cassette tape and push rewind to listen to the story. Now, children have cds with the story on them. The read along book is called, simply enough, Disney Frozen Read Along.
This is the story of Anna setting off to find her sister along with the help of Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf. The CD has sound effects which will keep your little reader hooked from the minute the story begins. It also has word for word narration, which makes it easy to follow along. There are also original movie voices. What’s not to love?
I also received the Frozen junior novelization. I haven’t had the chance to read it yet but I’m sure I have many fourth graders who will enjoy reading it since they are as in love with the movie as me!
There is also an app on iTunes where you can download Frozen: Storybook Deluxe. This digital storybook introduces early readers to Disney’s Frozen through all-new interactive features. Alas, this is not available on Kindle yet so I haven’t been able to try it out but it seems like a lot of fun. You can download it here.
This all adds up to a lot of Frozen goodies. If you are a fan of the movie, you should hop on over to Amazon and find out what kinds of goodies they have for the movie. And if you haven’t bought the movie yet, here it is:
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