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Disney's The Princess And The Frog: Books For Every Reader :: Reviews

Disney's The Princess And The Frog: Books For Every Reader :: Reviews - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 07, 2009
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

We just cant wait to see Disneys brand-new feature-length movie The Princess And The Frog, coming to theaters December 11. Meantime, no matter how old you are or what reading level youre at, these great books - all based on the upcoming movie!

Seems like everyone who loves Disney just can't wait to see the company's brand-new feature-length movie The Princess And The Frog, coming to theatres on December 11, 2009. No matter what age you are, this animated film is slated to become an instant classic. In the meantime, readers at every level can check out these great books, all based on the upcoming movie!




The Princess And The Frog: Limited Collector's Edition Read-Aloud Storybook

This DAZZLING full-color limited collector's edition of The Princess And The Frog is edged in gold and features beautiful scenes from the actual Disney animated film. Tiana is a beautiful, hardworking young woman with a dream. Naveen is a spoiled, jazz-loving prince who doesn't understand the meaning of hard work. This unlikely pair has nothing in common - until they are magically transformed into frogs. Forced to work together as they set out to regain their human forms, will Naveen and Tiana eventually find true love in each other? Disney's fresh take on an old fairy tale reminds us all that true beauty is more than skin deep and dreams really do come true. The book is meant for kids who can't read - so read this story aloud to them!


The Princess And The Frog: Hoppily Ever After

When beautiful Tiana and the spoiled Prince Naveen are magically transformed into frogs, the two must work together to survive the Louisiana swamp and regain their human forms. This full-color Pictureback retells the story of their exciting dash through the dangers of the bayou and lets parents read the magic of Disney's latest adventure to kids who are just at the very beginning stages of learning how to read simple words.


The Princess And The Frog: Kiss The Frog

Same as the story above, but for more advanced readers. When Tiana and Prince Naveen are turned into frogs they have no one to turn to but a lovesick Cajun firefly, a trumpet-playing alligator and each other. Determined to become human again, Tiana and Naveen embark on a hilarious and heartwarming adventure. Together, they find romance where they least expect it - and discover that dreams really can come true. This Step 2 reading book is for beginner readers; there may be some words that require an adult's help.


The Princess And The Frog: Junior Novelization

Again, it's the same story but for a more advanced-level reader. At first, beautiful, hardworking Tiana is not impressed when she meets spoiled Prince Naveen. But when the two of them are transformed into frogs, they quickly realize that they will have to learn to like each other, warts and all, if they hope to get out of the Louisiana bayou alive! If you already know how to read well you'll like this book - especially the eight pages of full-color scenes from the movie!


Disney's The Princess And The Frog Books For All Reading Levels Rating: 3


Video: Movie Trailer


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