Novelizations based on Disney movies: a good way to motivate and encourage young readers to read novels.

The Lion King. The 1994 movie compared to the movie novelization
Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff, 1994
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The Lion King
Don Ferguson, 1994

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Frozen. The 2013 movie compared to the movie novelization
Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee, 2013
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Frozen: The Junior Novelization
Sarah Nathan, 2013

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Zootopia. The 2016 movie compared to the movie novelization
Byron Howard, Rich Moore, Jared Bush, 2016
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Zootopia: Junior Novelization
Suzanne Francis, 2016

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Big Hero 6. The 2014 movie compared to the movie novelization
Don Hall, Chris Williams, 2014
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Big Hero 6: The Junior Novelization
Irene Trimble, 2014

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Tangled. The 2010 movie compared to the movie novelization
Nathan Greno, Byron Howard, 2010
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Tangled: The Junior Novelization
Irene Trimble, 2010

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Wreck-It Ralph. The 2012 movie compared to the movie novelization
Rich Moore, 2012
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Wreck-It Ralph Junior Novelization
Irene Trimble, 2012

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Brave. The 2012 movie compared to the movie novelization
Mark Andrews, Brenda Chapman, Steve Purcell, 2012
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Brave: The Junior Novelization
Irene Trimble, 2012

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Maleficent. The 2014 movie compared to the movie novelization
Robert Stromberg, 2014
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Maleficent
Elizabeth Rudnick, 2014

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Beauty and the Beast. The 2017 movie compared to the movie novelization
Bill Condon, 2017
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Beauty and the Beast
Elizabeth Rudnick, 2017

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Moana. The 2016 movie compared to the movie novelization
Ron Clements, John Musker, Don Hall, 2016
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Moana: The Junior Novelization
Suzanne Francis, 2016

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The Lion King. The 2019 movie compared to the movie novelization
Jon Favreau, 2019
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The Lion King
Centum Books Ltd, 2019

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Bolt. The 2008 movie compared to the movie novelization
Byron Howard, Chris Williams, 2008
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Bolt: The Junior Novelization
Irene Trimble, 2008

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“A movie is not a book. If the source material is a book, you cannot be too respectful of the book. All you owe to the book is the spirit.”

GRAHAM GREENE (Writer)