Wednesday, December 21, 2016

FROZEN: Northern Lights Adventure Notebook by: Elsa, Anna and Kristoff / Book Review

By: Jessica Julius and Becky Matheson
Illustrated by: Disney Storybook Art Team
Published by: Disney Press
Released on: November 1st, 2016
Ages: 6 & up 
Rating: 5 Owlets - We Loved It
Purchase from: Amazon | B&N
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A copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for my honest review

A book written by Anna, Elsa, and Kristoff, who take turns documenting their action-packed journey to the Northern Lights. The guide features full-color journal entries and doodles created by your favorite characters, plus a double-sided pull-out poster!

This book is perfect for fans who want to join Elsa, Anna, Kristoff and Olaf and their friends on their new adventure to see the Northern Lights. It's full of fun, adventure, and friends working together.

Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf and their friends are back in a brand new adventure. Featuring journal entries, and illustrations from each of the friends, this journal/book chronicles the friends on their brand new adventure to find the Northern Lights. Filled with the same humor, and heartwarming moments you'd except from the Frozen Friends, this is a book worth picking up! With it's collection of journal entries, and illustrations, this scrapbook/journal feel will be a great read even for the most reluctant reader. 
This is a book we loved, and we'd highly recommend picking it up! 

"A true adventure is full of surprises." 

Have you seen Disney's newest Lego adventure? While this book doesn't feature Frozen Lego characters, this book is the perfect companion to that feature. This book will make a great gift this holiday season. 

1 comment:

  1. I do own this one :D Though I'm not sure I will ever read it, lol. It just looks so cute. Glad you loved it sweetie :)


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