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Frozen: A Sister More Like Me

Frozen: A Sister More Like Me
This book is based off of the popular movie Frozen. Frozen is very influential to kids today and what is considered to be as popular and maybe even more popular than the classic movie—Cinderella. This book is a fairytale rhyming book about two sisters. This book could be suitable for any age and gender of kids. Both Elsa and Anna are the storytellers. They each are telling readers what they wish their sister could be. They wish their sister could be more like them. They wish that they could like the same activities and have the same personalities. After awhile, they realize that their sister is amazing just the way she is and doesn’t wish they were any different than what they are. The illustrations of this book are very modern and extravagant. The illustration themes are sparkles, swirls, purples/pinks, snowflakes, and humor. This book contains big texts, small texts, big pictures, and multiple small pictures to illustrate the story. That helps break up the reading and catches the readers’ attention. Possible in class discussions could be, “Would you want to change your siblings, why/why not?”, “Do you get along with your siblings/friends even though you have different interests and personalities?”, or “What kind of personality do you have and what kind of activities do you like to do?”. Teachers could use this book in class to engage their students in reading since Frozen is so popular. Teachers can teach their students that even if you don’t have the same personality or interests as someone else, you need to still love them and who knows you might end up closer to that person than you think.

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