Disney Manga: The Princess and the Frog

Description from Goodreads:

Inspired by the hit Disney movie, “The Princess and the Frog.”
Tiana is a hardworking young woman who has always dreamed of owning the finest restaurant in all of Louisianna. When her dreams turn awry, she looks to the evening star and makes a wish, bringing her to face to face with the with a frog prince who promises to make her dreams come true! She kisses him to seal the deal but the outcome turns Tiana’s life upside down and leads them both in a race against time to put things right.

Join Tiana, Prince Naveen, and their Bayou friends as they go on an adventure of a life-time. This magical manga adaptation retells the enchanting story of one of Disney’s finest princess. Add this to your Disney Manga collection today!

Review:

Thank you to Netgalley, Nao Kodaka and Diamond Book Distributors for providing an eARC of this book in return for an honest review.

Disney Manga: The Princess and the Frog is a fun-filled recipe for adventure with a dash of romance. After being placed under a spell, Prince Naveen learns that there is no easy way out when he mistakenly kisses a waitress instead of a princess. This story stays true to the Disney film and does not disappoint. Recommended for fans of Disney, manga and The Princess and the Frog.

Discussion:

The Princess and the Frog is the first novel in this genre that I have read so I really have no idea if this is comparable to other books in the genre or not.

I liked this book because it stayed true to the Disney film.  Now, with that being said, others might not enjoy it as much because it stays soooo true to the original story line, including the dialogue.

I also liked it because I believe that my daughter would enjoy it.  She is a big fan of books written in this style.  I am interested in her opinion on this book.

Rating: 4  Plot Monster Jr Spiders

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MDW original review.  Source:  Netgalley.

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