With the new baby arriving next week, I was excited to receive this adorable Disney Dumbo activity plush baby toy in the post. We don’t have a lot of baby toys for the new one yet, there are stacks of baby girls toys everywhere! So it was a pleasant opportunity to have a look at one of the new baby toys from Rainbow Designs. They have put together a brand new Disney range exclusively for Tesco that launched in store and online on the 11th April.
Tale as old as time….. Beauty and the Beast.
I can still hear that song in my head from the original film back when I was small, I must have seen it over and over 100’s of times. So when I was asked to review the Beauty and the Beast: Book of the Film I couldn’t say no at all. I could reminice over my childhood memories while getting stuck into it. Just to let you know I haven’t seen the new film yet, but can’t wait to do so!
I have always been a fan of movie tie-ins, but normally see the film before I read the book, this time I’m doing it the other way around.
Belle dreams of adventures like the ones she reads about in her books – until she becomes the prisoner of a fearsome Beast in a mysterious, enchanted castle. But life in the castle isn’t as terrible as Belle imagines, and soon she realizes there is more to the Beast than first meets the eye.
Experience this tale as old as time about adventure and love, about looking past first appearances, about the inner Beauty and Beast in all of us. Disney Beauty and the Beast Book of the Film is based on the live-action film starring Emma Watson.
I’m a huge fan of the Beauty and the Beast story ever since I was a little girl, you can pop over and read my review of the Book of the Film if you wish, but over to this review. As Old As Time – A Twisted Tale by Liz Braswell. This book is the third in the series of twisted tales from other Disney films. The others are A Whole New World and Once Upon a Dream.
The series are based on what would happen if key turning points did not work out as planned in the much-loved tales.