Thursday, August 11, 2016

PETE'S DRAGON: Junior Novel, Movie Tie-In Edition / Book Review / Marvelous Middle Grade Monday #PetesDragon

PETE'S DRAGON is in theaters tomorrow! To celebrate the release of Disney's newest live action, family, friendly movie, I'm featuring three of Disney Press's newest book releases that fans of Pete's Dragon will love. Today's feature is for PETE'S DRAGON: the junior novel (movie tie-in edition).


By: Landry Q. Walker

Published by: Disney Press
Released on: June 28th, 2016
Ages: 9-12 years old
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Rating: 4 Owlets - We Enjoyed It

* I received a copy of this book to review from the publisher, in exchange for my honest review

Pete has a friend and protector in the huge green dragon Elliot. But when they are discovered in the forest, Pete must find a way to protect Elliot in return. A boy and his dragon find friendship, adventure, and a place to belong in this junior novel based on the upcoming Walt Disney Studios film, Pete's Dragon. Includes an 8-page photo insert!

One of the things I love about Disney movies, are the movie tie-in edition books. PETE'S DRAGON is a fabulous junior novel, that brings the movie to life within the pages of this book. Featuring 8 pages of pictures from the movie, this book is perfect for fans of the movie, and those who've not yet seen it. 
It's a great way to introduce a whole new generation of readers to some Disney classics. Written for a target audience for 9-12 year olds, fans of all ages will enjoy this companion to the new live action movie, PETE'S DRAGON. On a side note, I absolutely love this cover. 


  1. I like the movie tie-in books too. It always snags my kids. :)

    Dena @ Batch of Books

  2. I'm so curious about this movie :D Now wanting the books too, haha. I just wish to see this movie in English. But only going in Norwegian in my town. Ugh. How rude :)


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