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All Hail the Queen

(Disney Frozen: Anna & Elsa #1)

4.14  ·  Rating details ·  752 ratings  ·  66 reviews
Princess Anna, Queen Elsa, Olaf the snowman, and the rest of the stars from Disney Frozen are back in an all-new magical chapter book series that is perfect for girls ages 6 to 9. Now that the castle gates are open, Anna and Elsa are thrilled to be finally getting to know their kingdom. Anna bubbles with enthusiasm for all the things to do and the people to meet in Arendel ...more
Hardcover, 124 pages
Published January 6th 2015 by RH/Disney (first published 2015)
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Apr 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
my frozen fever continues..
Sarah Swann
Mar 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
My daughter read this to me and it’s counting for my Materials for Children class. This was cute! It was fun to be with the Frozen characters and following a different storyline. My daughter also loved it!
Future Slayer Girl
So, I have taken it upon myself to read all the books that my daughter is reading. Not just to content check, but to make sure she's reading it for AR lol.

Anyways, I found this story really dry, even for a children's book. Not just that but the book was littered with grammar errors, poor sentences, and very stilted dialogue. I could've written more realistic dialogue from Anna and Elsa, any parent who has seen the movie a gazillion times with their kids could write Anna and Elsa better than thi
Miss Ryoko
Jan 08, 2015 rated it it was ok
Actual rating: 2.5

I was really excited to see Disney planning a line of Frozen chapter books! I thought they'd be perfect to use for school for reading group and before rest time, and while I certainly can use them, I'm conflicted on this book.

The writing is blah. It's not awful but it's not great. The story, at first, seemed really random and I thought a couple of times "What is this book actually going to be about? It's called All Hail the Queen.... so what is going to happen
Jan 06, 2017 rated it really liked it
Cute, fun, true to the movie...the Frozen expanded universe is a blast.
Cute continuation of the movie. Shows Elsa bonding with her people. Has great vocabulary words for young readers, as well as important themes of helping others and self care.
Jan 19, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is a chapter book featuring Anna and Elsa and is set after the events in the film, “Frozen.” Anna has a list of “Things to Do in Arendelle,” which she has been keeping ever since Elsa became Queen. Number three of her list is for her and Elsa to try “Florian’s Famous Flangendorfers” – the most delicious desert in Arendelle.” However, Elsa has a lot of work to do. It is a difficult job being Queen – how can she manage to look after her people and still spend time with Anna?

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Mar 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
I thought this book was very interesting. I couldn't put it down until I had finished it. Other Frozen books are the same story that the movie told. Not this one. This story is after what happened in the movie. Some small characters from the movie, appear again in this story. This book was told in third person. IT WAS A GREAT BOOK!!!!!!
Jan 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of Frozen of almost any reading level!
Obviously, this book is not the most challenging thing for a college student to read, but it is a nice, sweet story. I definitely liked reading something that was just short, nice, and fun. The illustrations are well-drawn 2-D adaptations of the characters, and it is definitely ideal for readers of any age. (I'd say maybe 4 or 5 is best.)
Mary Craven
Mar 03, 2015 rated it liked it
Just for some winter reading fun. A cute read so I can share the discussion with the younger family members... and I love Olaf.
McKenzie Richardson
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A wonderful new Frozen story featuring Anna and Elsa. I loved the themes of helping others, sisterly love, and taking time for yourself. Great book that helps teach a balance of doing things for others without overexerting yourself.

The book also features splendid black-and-white illustrations. I liked that the pictures were made specifically for this book, rather than just utilizing the stills of the characters that are featured on much of the Froze
Mar 23, 2019 rated it it was ok
Keeping in mind that this is a children's book, I would say it's decent, but still lacks in the overall story. It's a good transition for young readers looking to go from picture books to novels or word-only reading. It is a book with chapters and a story that for the most part has characters and a storyline that requires attention from start to end. I was even impressed by the vocabulary used in the book. However, the story itself leaves a lot to be desired. It doesn't really get interesting un ...more
Carrie Asagiri
Feb 17, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: disney, frozen
This book is sweet and cute, and it's a good choice for kids who are old for picture books and young for more complex novels.
It's an easy and enjoyable reading with humour and a lot of sisterly love. As an adult Frozen fan, I love it because it's true to the characters. Also, it has positive messages through the story and makes you feel fluffy. The illustrations are lovely.
Sep 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
It was a cute story and I enjoyed visiting Elsa and Anna again.
Jun 22, 2017 rated it really liked it
Anna and Elsa be together and I like that.
colleen bucco
Nov 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I love this book because it just how important sisters are to each other. They can help each in way they may not think they can
Jun 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Kate Cheshier
Feb 02, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This book would be fantastic for younger children, I didn't enjoy it though.
Olivia Molnar
was a great ending and start to frozen
Becky Keir Grace
This is a story of Anna and Elsa that takes place after the movie Frozen. Elsa is trying to find her way as the queen and contain her powers. Anna, as always, is the faithful sister by her side willing to help wherever she can. I loved how this was a continuation of the movie instead of another retelling. I did find the beginning a little slow for a children’s book, but once the plot formed it picked up. I’m sure kids will enjoy the crazy antics of Olaf and the love between two sisters. Cute sto ...more
Dec 09, 2016 rated it liked it
All Hail the Queen is the first installment in the series of children's novellas titled Anna & Elsa, which, of course, is an extension of the Disney film Frozen. The front cover of the book says in a stylistic and all-caps font that "sisterhood is the strongest magic," which is definitely the theme of this particular book and is arguably also the theme of the film. in All Hail the Queen, Elsa begins to realize that her role as Arendelle's queen (which now involves more direct contact with its citizens, given that ...more
Jan 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: children
This is the first chapter book I read all the way through to my daughter (she is just about to turn 3), she has increasingly become interested in reading longer books that look more like the ones I read and is more patient through pages without pictures. This one naturally stood out to her at the library because she loves Frozen, of course. When we checked it out, because she wouldn't let it go at the library and insisted on taking it with us, I told her that she would have to be patient and goo ...more
Jan 19, 2015 rated it liked it
I enjoyed All Hail the Queen. In this first book a new series following the events of Frozen, Elsa learns to balance work and play as she begins to reign as queen. In some chapters, Anna and Elsa get to spend some quality time together. Anna has a to-do list. There are SO MANY things she's eager to do, and eager to do WITH her sister. So much lost time to try to make up for. Most of these things has both Anna and Elsa interacting with the villagers. The depiction of Anna feels quite right. The d ...more
This is such a charming book. For me it was a quick read and I really enjoyed it. The story is straightforward, continuing the adventures of the characters from Frozen and showing what life is like for Anna and Elsa once the castle gates are open and Elsa has become queen.

In this book Elsa is having trouble connecting to the villagers. Over the course of the book the villagers and Elsa figur eout how to work together in different ways, creating connections and a more efficient way for Elsa to r
Feb 13, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2015
Unsurprisingly the students I work with adore Frozen, and have been asking me for Frozen books all year. I however did not want to by the novelization of the film, so when Disney announced a set of chapter books that would be a sequel to the movie I was excited! After reading the first book I'll admit I was hoping for more out of these books. The first half of this story is very random and episodic, and it is not until the second half of the book that everything starts to come together. With tha ...more
Mar 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
A very cute little story about Anna and Elsa. Elsa is trying desperately to fit back into everyday life in Arendelle, but is having a hard time of it. Anna, on the other hand, has no problem fitting in anywhere. Through Anna's list of adventures for the sisters to do, Elsa learns to relax and sees the people if the village accept her for who she is.

This is a perfect read for a Frozen fan of any age, but especially for the younger ones. The plot is not overly complicated, there aren't
Apr 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
Carrying on the story of Ann and Elsa, this story presents how the sisters are getting to know each other as well as Elsa finding her way as queen. It also shows how they need each other to depend on and standing by each other's side is necessary for caring for each other. Elsa also finds a way to show that she is more than her magic and can help others in more ways than one. It was a simple quick read but I think well written for the age group it is intended for. A fun continuation of these bel ...more
Apr 19, 2015 rated it really liked it
A delightful story of the goings on in Arendale after the movie is over.

Anna has a long list on fun things she wants to do, and as much as Elsa would love to do them all, she also has duties as the queen. With help from Anna she shows her people she's more than just a stuffy queen with ice magic. Anna also saves her from herself, proving that sisterhood is sometimes the strongest magic.

All of everyone's favorite characters from the movie make an appearance and the book ha
Sarah Hay
Feb 15, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-to-ally
Cute continuation of the Frozen story. Elsa is ruling as Queen and Anna is excited to get to know the people of Arendelle. Anna wants to share it all with Elsa, but Elsa finds that ruling the kingdom is very consuming. She badly wants to help her kingdom but there in never enough time or energy to meet with them all. Anna starts to miss her sister again and hopes to work out a plan that will benefit all.
Great read aloud for ages 5 and up. Good to read alone for grades 2 and up.
Jun 29, 2015 rated it liked it
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