Disney Princess Sidekicks Book Tag


I was recently tagged by the wonderful Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews to do this unique tag. If you didn’t already know, Mandy’s book blog showcases books with a little bit of a Disney princess twist. She writes fabulous reviews and creates amazing tags that are definitely worth checking her out! Now, I’m not the biggest Disney fan, but I have seen my fair share of princess movies to keep up a conversation with Mandy. I’m so happy that she tagged me to do another tag because Disney + Books = Dreamland! Let’s get started!

Mushu from Mulan/Olaf and Sven from Frozen: Name your favorite hilarious character or your favorite comedy/funny book
I think that I am going to have to pick Dee Black from the Lux series for this one. There are SO MANY hilarious Dee quotes out there, but I am going to put a few of my favorite below.

Dee plastered a blank look on her face. “You didn’t? Huh. I was pretty sure you said something like…” She deepened her voice.”‘I’d rather punch myself in the nuts than go to that stupid dance.’ Or something like that.”

“I’m Dee Black. I’m the sister of the douchebag known as Daemon.”

The Seven Dwarfs from Snow White: Favorite group/ensemble
Ahh, the Inner Circle from the A Court of Thorns and Roses series by Sarah J. Maas! How could you not love them?! I knew about them even before I read the second book, and I was just anticipating their appearance. Obviously we met Rhysand and Feyre in the first book, but adding Amren, Mor, Cassian and Azriel makes such a badass group of characters!

Pascal from Tangled: A book that started out one way but changed for you
I’m definitely going to have to go with Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas for this question! For those of you who don’t know, I actually hated the first book in the series, Throne of Glass. I am pretty sure it was because I was in a reading slump, but I am still trying to figure out the cause behind my hatred. After finishing Throne of Glass, I debated not continuing the series, but since I owned the rest of the books, I decided to give Crown of Midnight a go. I wasn’t too into the first half of the book, but the second half was action packed and really enjoyable. And since Crown of Midnight, I have also enjoyed and loved the rest of the series!

Meeko from Pocahontas: Name a plot twist that you did not see coming
Definitely Lord of Shadows by Cassandra Clare. I’m not going to spoil anything since it is such an amazing book, but if you remember the plot twist half way through the novel, then you know what I’m talking about. Well really, I don’t think it’s forgettable. But, I literally let out a gasp, that’s how surprised I was.

Rajah from Aladdin/Flounder from The Little Mermaid: Name your favorite best friend in a novel
Probably Simon Lewis from The Mortal Instruments. I know, I know, he’s the basic best friend answer. But, I actually mean it when I say that he is an ideal best friend. Him and Clary were a perfect friend pairing. Two nerds, two artists, and two coffee lovers. What better friend pairing would you want in a book?

Louis from The Princess and the Frog/ Sebastian from The Little Mermaid/ Cogsworth, Lumiere, Mrs. Teapotts, and Chip from Beauty and the Beast: Name a novel where music played a big part or made you want to sing its praises
Music played a huge role in Just Listen by Sarah Dessen, which is actually why I loved it so much. It follows a young girl named Annabel, who lives in a house filled with issues. One of her older sister is anorexic, and the other is juggling a job and a modelling gig. But one day, she meets Owen and gets introduced to the magic of music. Of course, she listened to music beforehand, but Owen introduced her to various genres she would’ve never reached for before. He gave her a stress reliever that was well-needed.

Maximus from Tangled: Name a character that faces a lot of obstacles
If any character faced a lot of obstacles, it’s Aelin Ashryver Galathynius from Sarah J. Maas’ Throne of Glass series. In Throne of Glass, we watched her get up after years in Endovier, to compete in a competition. She was constantly found crying and vomiting, but she never let it stop her. Further into the series, we watched her suffer from the death of friends, an evil enemy and trying to determine what she wants in the future. She wanted to get back to Terassen, with her court, and she wasn’t going to let any of the obstacles stop her.

Hamish, Hubert and Harris from Brave: Favorite family dynamics in a novel
I don’t really have an answer for this one, but most contemporaries have dynamic families.

Ray from The Princess and the Frog/ 3 Fairies from Sleeping Beauty: Book that most impacted your life
Obviously, I have to go with Obsidian by Jennifer L. Armentrout. Most of you may already know this, but this is the book that inspired me to start a blog. I loved reading about Katy sharing her love of books with people around the world through a blog, that i just had to make one myself! Blogging has definitely impacted my life, and has given me something that I look forward to doing something each day! Obsidian also made me realize how much I love YA literature. So, thank you so much for changing my life, Jennifer L. Armentrout!

Hei Hei from Moana: Name a character that steals the show
I’m going to go with a really weird answer for this question, but I think that Rhysand from A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas is definitely a show stealer. I don’t think a lot of people actually liked him during Calanmai, but once he helped save Feyre at the end of  the first book, he definitely stole my heart! I found myself anticipating the moment when he would say “Hello, Feyre Darling,” in A Court of Mist and Fury. And from that moment on, the storyline wasn’t just Feyre anymore, it was Rhys and Feyre.

Gus and Jaq from Cinderella: Name your favorite or worst opposites attract pairing
Oh boy, well I think I am going to have to give this one to Daemon and Katy from Jennifer L Armentrout’s Lux series. They are total opposites! Daemon was the bad boy, d-bag of the novel. He seriously had nothing nice to say. On the other hand, Katy was a nice, book blogger who only used explicit terms when she was mad (like me). But as you could probably expect from this series, it was a hate to love relationship. And I must say, Katy definitely lightened up Daemon’s mood.

Tag time:
Are any of you up to the challenge to embrace your Disney side? Well, the following people are some bloggers that I think would enjoy this tag. Don’t worry about doing it if you have a lot of tags to do already, or if you aren’t interested. I just thought that this one would interest all of you!

Who Gave The Write | Shoshi Reads | Book Snacks | The Mystique Reader | Flavia The Bibliophile | The Orang-utan Librarian | Rimpy’s Reads | A Court Of Books And Love | Fangirl Fury | M&C Crazy Book Blog

And that is it for today! Thank you so much for stopping by, and I hope you enjoyed my post. If you have already done this tag, be sure to leave the link to your post in the comments because I would love to check it out. Don’t forget to like, and follow to stay up to date with all of my future posts!

Happy Reading,

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16 thoughts on “Disney Princess Sidekicks Book Tag

  1. Wow! Wow! Wow! Alaina what an awesome book tag. I love disney princesses and I absolutely lovvvvvvvvvvved reading this book tag. Thank you soooooooooo much for tagging me 😀 I am going to do this one soon.

    Btw I didn’t know you tagged me because I didnt receive any notification. So I guess others might don’t know as well.

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    1. Oh that’s very weird. Usually it does a pingback, but oh well. I’m in a lazy mood right now. Hope you have fun with it!

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    1. You do! I still need to read the last book, but the first two are fantastic! The first one definitely isn’t as good as the second, but they are both very enjoyable.❤

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    1. Thank you!❤ Definitely give the books a go. The first one isn’t a “favorite” read but they get better and better!


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