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Disney Pixar Brave Movie Theater: Storybook and Movie Projector Hardcover – May 15, 2012
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A few notes
- The story of Brave is maybe be slightly scary for small children - our 2 year old enjoys the book and projector, but she doesn't really *get it*
- The movie projector is a lot of fun - our daughter loves it - maybe a little too much, since she has left it on a couple of nights.
- The projector uses non-standard batteries - instead it uses LR44 (pin type batteries). They are not expensive, but it is a little more difficult to find at your local store.
- Be careful not to rip the plastic "reel" holder off the book - since this will cause the book to rip.
- The projector is reasonably bright - please remember that it looks dim in the video because the batteries were weak.
Final Verdict - The Brave Storybook is a fun addition to any child who enjoyed "Brave". My only complaints are that the packaging is too difficult to open and that it uses non-standard batteries.
4 1/2 stars
It's a good story, a trifle long for the younger ones. My four year old sat through the entire tale, much to my surprise. The pictures through the viewer are large and of good quality. The focus of the viewer may have to be adjusted. The photos are arranged to be shown while reading. This sounds ideal until you realize that the pictures are best shown in the absolute dark.
Now for the good and the not as good points:
- The movie to book adaptation for some movies can be really poorly written with odd choppy sentences and little thought put into it. If I didn't know it was a movie, I would believe this could be a standalone book (not even involved with a movie) and it would be great.
- The projector adds more photos to each scene than would be otherwise possible with a picture book.
- My daughter loved the novelty of the projector.
Not as good (but not necessarily "bad" per say, these are the things that are taking away that last star from what could be a 5 star rating):
- The projector is a little dim and so you have to view it in a fairly dark room. And if you're in a dark room, you have a hard time reading the book... you see where this is going. We often read the story with a flashlight.
- My child won't allow us to just read this book without the projector. We've got to get the whole shebang out. It's not a big deal, but it does add extra time to our story time. Plus the reading itself is longer than most of our evening picture books. On the flip side, the length is probably why it's actually a pretty good movie to book adaptation.
All in all, I think this is a great addition to a kid's library, especially if they are a fan of the movie. However, even non-movie goers will enjoy this story with projector.
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The book itself is high quality, with extremely well colored illustrations,...Read more