Ever wanted to know more details about the Disney movies you love? The Art of series is doing just that, along with glorious full-color shots, sketches and notes on those very movies. It’s a movie lover’s dream.
The Art of Zootopia cleverly covers the film’s storyline, possible additional storylines and gives readers a better idea of the story’s evolution. It’s a gorgeous book,
The Mystery is Solved, or is it? A Review of Gravity Falls Journal 3
Fans of Alex Hirsch’s groundbreaking animation show (aka Gravity Falls) know that there are a lot of weird things happening in the general vicinity of the town. It’s also populated with some really odd characters and seemingly normal characters. The mystery of the area is best described in three separate journals that have been hidden in different locations.
Each Monday, The Book Date asks what we’re reading via It’s Monday, What are You Reading?… Please visit the site to link up your current list and hold yourself accountable. Also, you can visit some great blogs who are also doing this meme… It’s pretty awesome.
In the last week, I continued to not read as much as I had hoped… I am trying to get back into the swing of things since my vacation.
I resisted seeing Frozen for a very long time. Why? Because it was all anyone ANYBODY was talking about. Despite it being based, in part, by one of my favorite fairy tales (the Snow Queen), I had heard some things that made me question whether or not I really wanted to see it.
We bought the multi-disc (with digital copy) version of the film, and I finally sat down to watch it via streaming this past weekend.