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Disney's Tangled (Golden Board Book)
The Little Golden Book full-color retelling of Disney's latest movie blockbuster, Tangled, is now available in an oversized board book. Disney Princess fans ages 1-4, who love Rapunzel, as well as boys who loved the action and adventure of Disney Tangled, will enjoy hearing this lively retelling.
Board Book, 22 pages
Published August 9th 2011 by Golden/Disney
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Jun 09, 2014 Krista Basilio rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Rapunzel, a long-lost princess, lives isolated in a tower with Gothel, whom she believes is her mother. Gothel had kidnapped Rapunzel when she was a baby because of her magical golden hair that kept her young. She knew Rapunzel's magical hair, if cut, would turn brown and lose its magic. Every year on Rapunzel's birthday, her kingdom sends thousands of lanterns into the sky wishing their lost princess would return. On her eighteenth birthday, Rapunzel asks Gothel to let her see the floating ligh ...more
Just too much story for a golden book. Unlike the simple tales of Snow White, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty of classic Golden books...Tangled is a very complicated movie to be worried into a story meant for small children. If a child hasn't seen the movie they will likely get rather confused by the events because the book is limited to so many pages that they can't rely them all. Children rely on pictures and words to understand a story and I think this would be too confusing for a child.
Apr 24, 2014 Dimity rated it 3 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Buying this for my kid's easter basket is another concession to her general disinterest of fairy tales in non-Disney form. (Which is probably partially due to my inability to find other adaptations that are simple enough for the fruit fly attention span of a 3 year old.) It's a pretty decent quick and dirty adaptation of the movie minus the ''frying pan as a weapon'' theme.
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Apr 03, 2015 Nikki rated it 2 of 5 stars · review of another edition
This short book tells the whole story of Tangled. The illustrations were not very good and they did not look like the movie. The story was choppy and seemed to jump around a lot. Some children who really loved the movie might like this book but overall I would not recommend it to anyone or give it to little children to read.
A nicely condensed version of the movie that my little lady loves so much, it rivals her love of Frozen. "Punz, Fin Rier, and Mas" are pretty much her favorite characters ever. The artwork is a little too off for me but she enjoys it nonetheless and that's all that matter.
A sweet little novelization of the movie, which reminded me of the nice little details they kept from the original version (like Rapunzel's healing tears). And it didn't have the less-than-forgiveable male narration that the movie had.