Monkey has loved Finding Nemo since the first time we sat down to watch the DVD together a few years ago. He’s not a great one for going to the cinema, so we’ve not seen the follow-up film, Finding Dory yet. When Parragon Books asked if we’d like to read their Disney Pixar Finding Dory Book of the Film, I thought it would be a great idea.
The 144 page paperback book is suitable for children aged 7-10 years and includes an 8 page colour insert in the middle, offering a hint of what the film has to offer.
Monkey and I have been enjoying reading Disney Pixar Finding Dory Book of the Film over the last week. It’s a bit beyond Monkey’s reading stamina at the moment but he reads a couple of sentences for me on every page.
We catch up with Dory, the forgetful Blue Tang fish who has the most awful memory loss, 10 seconds and it’s gone. Somehow though she knows that she was separated from her parents and she really needs to find them.
With the help of her friends Marlin and Nemo, Dory decides to find her family and her past. The Disney Pixar Finding Dory Book of the Film is a charming read, and has just made us more determined to buy the DVD as soon as we can. Any Dory fan is going to love this book.
I’ve included my Amazon Affiliate link below in case you’d like to pop the book in someone’s Christmas stocking next month!
disclosure: we were sent this item in exchange for an honest review