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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 Frozen merchandise out there.
I picked this up from the library as a quick, feel-good read and it. I am also reading a book I don't really like so this was a nice book to remind myself why I enjoy reading between chunks of the other not-so-good book, which I'm over halfway done with already and just want to push through it. This was a perfect story to help break up the boring book.
There were a few teeny tiny plots holes that kind of grated on me. At one point Elsa and Oaken design an ice room for his trading post and make plans for Elsa to come to help him build it the next day. Then it is never mentioned again. Did she go? Was the room built? What happened with Oaken? Nothing too major but just a few plot lines that were not followed through.
Still a very good book. I also got the second book in the series from the library and I am excited to read it as well and continue the series. Loving it so far.