Pixar Book Tag

Since I love all things Disney/Pixar (and all things book related, of course), I knew I wanted to do this as soon as I found it on Jillian's Books. Thanks to Mishma from Chasing Faerytales for creating this adorable tag! :)



What’s your favorite Pixar movie?



This is difficult! I’ve never watched a Pixar movie that I didn’t like…I guess it would have to be Toy Story, since that’s where it all started.






Toy Story: Favorite childhood book you never grew out of






Tuck Everlasting is a story that still crosses my mind every now and then, not to mention the movie still gives me so many feels.



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*sobs*  that's because HE WON'T DIEEEE













A Bug's Life: Book that felt too similar to another popular book













Stitching Snow reminded me a lot of The Lunar Chronicles, and not in a good way. It would have been great, too, if the world were more detailed and the instalove was toned down.



Monsters Inc: A villain whom you couldn't hate















The Darkling. He's absolutely terrible, but he's also a precious snowflake that just needs a little love.



Finding Nemo: Best family relationship you read about in a book






Definitely Liesel and the Hubermanns from The Book Thief...along with Rudy and Max; they might as well count as family, right?






The Incredibles: Superpower of a character you wish you had






I would definitely want to be a Mistborn like Vin and Kelsier so I could have ALL THE POWERS.



Cars: Book where the characters go on a road trip or travel a lot






Paper Towns! A road trip with Q and the gang would be a blast.






Ratatouille: Favorite sidekick in a book






Mitch from Vicious is a pretty fantastic sidekick. He’s a gentle giant that could probably kill you with his bare hands but also has an affinity for chocolate milk.



Wall-E: Favorite dystopian book






I’ll go with a generic answer and say The Hunger Games. After a long break, It sparked my passion for reading, so it definitely has a sentimental value.






Up: The most beautiful love story you've ever read






Jane Eyre. JANE EYRE. I repeat, JANE EEEEEYRE






Brave: Most badass heroine you've read about






Vin from the Mistborn trilogy, for sure. She develops from a scared, distrustful girl into a fierce, strong woman who still has a heart.



Inside Out: Book that gave all the FEELS







All the Light We Cannot See. This book made me die a little inside, but it’s one of my favorites.



Well, that was fun! I'm going to tag Confessions of a Book Addict, Queen Fiction ReviewsStardust and Words and A World Between Folded Pages


Thanks for reading,

Annie
Indoor Sojourner
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9 comments:

  1. Toy Story is my favourite Pixar movie too, except the third one made me cry.

    mimi @ http://bookfanaticss.blogspot.com

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    1. Yeah, the third one was definitely a tearjerker!

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  2. HECK YES MISTBORN POWERS WOULD BE AWESOME! I need to finish reading that trilogy. And The Book Thief relationships *sobs*

    Great answers!

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    1. Right?!?!? :D :D :D
      Same, I haven't read Hero of Ages yet; part of me just doesn't want the series to be over...
      The Book Thief is one of those books that made me die a little bit inside but I love it all the same :')
      Thanks, I appreciate it!

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  3. Toy Story is one of my favorites too! I really liked Inside Out though, it was intellectual, imaginative, and inspiring. :) I could never hate the Darkling either. Nope, not happening!! Lovely post :)

    Rachel @ A Perfection Called Books

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    1. I saw Inside Out the other day, and I agree! It wasn't my absolute favorite, but it was very different from other Pixar films, which was refreshing.
      The Darkling's done so many terrible things but I still sympathize for him, i don't know why XD
      Thank you!

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  4. I love this book tag! It's so cute and fun, and who doesn't love a good Pixar movie? Way back in elementary school, I had to read Tuck Everlasting as a spring break assignment. Though I dreaded the task at first, I ended up loving the book. Great post, Annie! I enjoyed reading your picks. :)

    Julia Anne @ Peach Print

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    1. I read it in fifth grade and I distinctly remember watching the movie in class after we finished the book! Those were the days XD
      Thank you so much! c:

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  5. At last, All the Light We Cannot See Audio Book is now available on AudioBooksNow.

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