Frozen 2: Forest of Shadows

Narrated by: Rachel Matthews
Length: 8 hrs and 11 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 8-10
4.5 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)

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An original middle grade novel bridging the epic adventure of Frozen with the upcoming Walt Disney Animation Studios film Frozen 2.

©2019 Disney Press (P)2019 Disney

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Gripping for adults.

We bought this for our 4 year old. It isn’t appropriate for her because it is scary. My wife and I are hooked.

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Loved it!

Anna wants only to be helpful with Elsa and to Arendelle, but since Elsa's coronation, Anna has felt a bit put on the back burner. It isn't until a strange mysterious sickness hits Arendelle and Elsa's grand tour is delayed that Anna feels it's the perfect opportunity to finally help.
But, while with good intentions, Anna spins a little magic of her own found from a secret room, she may just be setting loose something far more sinister than she realized.
I really enjoyed this book! I loved the characters and getting Anna's POV. I enjoyed how the story unfolded and how the ending sets you up for Frozen2 the movie.
I must admit, since watching Frozen2 in the theater twice & now reading this book & another Frozen book, I have hit nerd level, lol. Guess it's one of those feel-good stories and characters. And of course, Olaf's my favorite.
Great read.

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Great story, not for young children

This book had me, an adult, curiously captivated from the beginning. The story is darker than even the second movie as it deals with fear. You’d think it would be a quick, tidy story, but as some review have mentioned, this is more like a “Frozen 1 1/2.” I enjoyed listening to it, but unlike the movies or even other short stories, it was too scary for my 5-7 year olds. I finished the book without them :).

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