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Toy Story (Disney/Pixar Toy Story) (Little…

Toy Story (Disney/Pixar Toy Story) (Little Golden Book)

by Kristen L. Depken

Other authors: Ben Butcher (Illustrator)

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I chose this book as an e-book. It was fun, but rather disappointing. It included real footage from the Toy Story movie, but there wasn't much reading to do. However, the illustrations and animations were amazing, and the interaction between reader and characters is great because you can touch each character and watch them move. Genre is fantasy fiction ( )
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  ritubohara | Apr 19, 2013 |
I love toy story books because children can see themselves as a hero. You could use toystory books to discuss the importance of taking care of your toys, the importance of friendship, and the importance of never giving up on your dreams. Boys especially love toy story books. Some children could even relate themselves to Andy's toys. ( )
  kelseypeterson | Nov 17, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0736425969, Hardcover)

Of all the toys in Andy’s room, Woody the cowboy is his favorite. But when Andy receives a brand-new toy for his birthday—a space ranger named Buzz Lightyear—Woody suddenly loses his number-one spot. While trying to regain his status as top toy, Woody sets in motion a rivalry that eventually lands him and Buzz in the home of Andy’s mean, toy-torturing neighbor, Sid. Can Buzz and Woody work together to escape—and get back to Andy before he moves to a new home?

The classic Disney•Pixar film Toy Story is retold in this Little Golden Bookjust in time for the theatrical re-release of the film in 3-D!

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Woody the cowboy has always been Andy's favorite toy until Buzz Lightyear shows up. Desperate to stay Andy's favorite, Woody tries to get rid of the shiny space ranger. But when Buzz and Woody accidentally land in the home of Andy's scary neighbor, Sid, they quickly realize that they're going to have to work together both to escape Sid and to get on the moving van carrying Andy to his new home.… (more)

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