"Wow, I did not expect this to open up with a murder. This isn't as boring as I thought it would be"
"OH JUST LIKE THE LION KING"
"Simba was just informed by Rafiki about seeing Mufasa's ghost haha"
"Tell me how long I have to wait before Simba and Nala go in the elephant graveyard?"
"IS THERE NOT AN EQUIVALENT TO THE ELEPHANT GRAVEYARD?"
"So I guess there's no elephant graveyard."
"Nala needs to be more assertive."
"Wow, Simba. Not cool."
"Hamlet is too much of an asshole for me to keep calling him Simba."
"HAMLET NOOOOOOOOOOOO DON'T KILL RAFIKI"
"HE KILLED RAFIKI"
I hope he can handle all the tragedy that happens after Hamlet gets back from England.
Disney's The Lion King is a ninety-six page picture book adaptation of the film of the same name. It's a pretty comprehensive adaptation of the plot, with a few errors here and there (Scar's attempt to divert Simba's wrath to the hyenas is altered, Kopa appears instead of Kiara, etcetera) and some interesting elaborations (such as Nala's mother being named Sarafina).
It's a great book to read with young Disney and Lion King fans who can handle a ninety-six page picture book, though I highly recommend watching the movie first. (Though, if your child has already seen Simba's Pride before reading this, you may need to explain why exactly the book is referring to Kiara as Simba's son.)