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Frozen II [graphic novel] : the story of the movie in comics

Ferrari, Alessandro, 1978-2022
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In Frozen, on the day of her coronation, Elsa reveals to her subjects her magical powers of ice and snow when she accidentally traps her kingdom in an eternal winter. Unaware of this, but certain that she will be feared and unable to control her powers, Elsa flees to the North Mountain. Her plucky and optimistic sister, Anna, ventures after her. Anna meets the ice harvester, Kristoff, and his reindeer best friend, Sven, and convinces them to help her find Elsa. On their journey they meet a talking snowman, Olaf, encounter trolls, and face harsh conditions at every turn as they race to save the kingdom of Arendelle. Then, continue the adventure in Frozen 2. A mysterious voice is calling Elsa, and the people of Arendelle are in danger. A wrong from the past must be righted. Determined to find answers and save her kingdom, she sets out on a remarkable journey north to the Enchanted Forest with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven at her side. Along the way, Anna and Elsa will unravel mysteries of their family's past, and secrets of the forest and Elsa's powers, as they search for the truth.
Imprint:
[Sydney, NSW] : Scholastic Australia, 2022.©2022
Collation:
115 pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 22 cm.
Notes:
Cover title.Originally published by Dark Horse Comics LLC in 2020.
Audience:
Interest age level: 8+.
Contents:
Frozen / art by Massimiliano Narciso, paints by Kawaii Creative studio, design & lettering by Lito Milano S.R.L., Absink -- Frozen II / layouts & inks by Manny Mederos, paints by Giulio Rincione, design & lettering by Chris Dickey, art & design by Manny Mederos.
ISBN:
9781761202407 (pbk)9781761202407
Dewey class:
791.4334
Language:
English
BRN:
509593
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Brighton LibraryJunior Graphic NovelJ FEROnloan - Due: 02 Jul 2024
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