I am sure that almost everyone in the world has seen the movie Frozen over and over and over again. I know that everyone, unless you live in a cave, knows about the song from Frozen, "Let It Go!" I know that die hard Frozen fans even went to the sing-a-long movie and fell in love with it all over again. I didn't get a chance to go to the movie sing-a-long or see Frozen in theaters, but we bought it when it came out on Blu-Ray/DVD combo pack, and we bought our own copy and watched it at home.
While the movie Frozen is great, the books are also great! Step Into Reading has a Step 2 Disney "Frozen" book called "A Tale of Two Sisters." This is a great book for children from ages 2 to 6 years of age who enjoy being read to, or who are just starting to learn to read themselves! We own many Step Into Reading, Step 1 and Step 2 books in our home! They are also small enough to fit in little book bags, backpacks, and excellent for road trips!
We also reviewed Disney's Frozen children's book "A Sister More Like Me." This is a big, beautiful book! The artwork inside is beautiful. I am proud to own this book and to be able to share it with my children. My three children love these two books! I feel like we are reading them all the time to them. Check out some of the pages below for yourself! Click on the photos to make them larger.
We have two little girls, ages four and a half and almost two years old. It's been so neat watching their sisterly bond form, and to watch how our youngest daughter, Hailey loves to be with her older sister, Chloe. She calls her name throughout our house when she can't find her. Chloe can't sleep unless Hailey is sleeping in their bedroom at night. I hope that they continue to grow together, and to enjoy each others company. Having them almost exactly three years apart, was a great idea! I feel that there is nothing in this world stronger, then the bonds between siblings, especially between sisters!
We also had the privilege of reviewing the Disney's Frozen "A Junior Novelization." Our six and a half year old son is reading at a third to forth grade level! He will finish kindergarten the end of May. This book will be the first chapter book that he will read this summer. If he finishes it without any complications, then we will start buying him chapter books! I am so excited for this major step in his life, and in ours! He loves reading to other children in his class! He passed his English Language Arts test with a 96! He is so super smart, and a lot smarter then he lets on.
The book is broken up into no more than three to five pages a chapter, which makes it a quick read, and fun too!
Go to your local book store, Target, Wal-mart, or on amazon, and pick up some books about Disney's Frozen to share with your children or grandchildren today!
Disclosure: I received three Frozen books from Disney in exchange for my reviews. No other compensation was exchanged or received.