Let them Enjoy #SummerReading with the #Descendants from @disneyhyperion

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I have no shame in saying I love to read.  I read a little of this and a little of that.  Truth be told, if it is an easy read, I will normally try and check it out.  I don't do well with history and things like that, but other for the most part, I will try anything.  That being said, I was sent a couple of the new books from Disney Publishing for their new Original Movie, The Descendants.  I know that this is above Broxton's level, but I just might try to read them to see what they are all about.  I know the previews to the movie looks great, so it won't hurt to read them, right?  Check out a few of the selections they offer below: 

Age 12 +
When four offspring of classic Disney villains are offered a chance to leave the island where they have been imprisoned and go to prep school in an idyllic kingdom, they must choose whether or not to follow in their parents’ evil footsteps.

Age 9-12 
For anyone who wants to know more about what Mal is really thinking, this diary gives readers a special glimpse inside her world with super-secret journal entries and Mal’s doodles and drawings. Plus bonus pages for the reader to write down her own thoughts and feelings!


Age 9-12
For fans of Descendants, this spell book, which formerly belonged to Maleficent before she passed it on to Mal, is full of comments, notes, and inside jokes between Mal and the other villains’ kids. Laugh and cry along with Mal, Evie, Jay and Carlos as they find their way in the world of Auradon Prep.

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  1. I haven't heard of it until now! You've taught me today about something new. :)

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  2. I read books above the boy's reading level to them as well. We read part of Fried Green Tomatoes. I had to skip certain pages like the one where the ladies hold mirrors up in the group. We also read 3 or 4 Little House on the Prairie books.

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  3. My sister was telling me about this movie a couple of days ago, I know she would love the books!

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