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review 2018-05-27 04:31
AS OLD AS TIME by Liz Braswell
As Old as Time - Liz Braswell

A retelling of Beauty and the Beast.  It starts like the Disney movie but the ending is different.  I liked it--a lot!  The main characters are there but there are additional characters who flesh out the story and add dimensions that were not there before.  The back story is told more and the characters learn through their flaws and errors.  Thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to more in the series.  One for the keeper shelf.

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review 2018-05-05 06:26
Wall-E
Wall-E - Shiro Shirai

Wall-E is awesome, there's no denying it.

Like other manga in this series it closely follows the original story so there is not a lot of new things to be discovered. The artwork delivers but is relatively simple. Wall-E is cute. There is a little bit of extra things at the end aimed for children.

Nice for fans, but otherwise I think the movie itself will do.

Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!

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review 2018-03-02 19:22
Anna's Best Friends (Disney Frozen) (Step into Reading) - Christy Webster
For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-Cycle

This is a pretty good book for beginning readers who like Frozen. The thing I didn't like about the book was that there wasn't really a story or plot. It just went through Anna's friends and a few scenes from the movie. 

The illustrations were cute, but again, they didn't really tell a story. They were just randomly pulled from the movie. 

It's a cute book for fans of Frozen who are already familiar with the story.
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review 2018-02-26 23:35
Walt Disney's The Ugly Duckling: Walt Disney Classic Edition - Monique Peterson,Walt Disney Company,Kiki Thorpe,Don MacLaughlin,Hans Christian Andersen

The poor little bird did not fit in wherever it went. The little bird goes through various emotions and obstacles but overcomes. This book would be great to teach diversity and being friends with each other. Also, we can relate to the emotions the duckling felt. 1st grade really talks about emotion.

 

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