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Over 20 great kids books fans of the movie Frozen will want to read

Here are over 20 books kids that love “Frozen” are sure to enjoy.

Over 20 Frozen Kids Books

Starting with the book that started it all. The story that the movie “Frozen” was inspired by, the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen: 

#1 – The Snow Queen

Frozen Books for Toddlers

#2 – Anna Loves Elsa

#3 – Olaf Welcomes Spring

#4 – I Am Elsa

#5 – I Am Anna

#6 – Olaf’s Perfect Day

Books for 4-6 year olds

These “Frozen Step Into Reading” books are great for helping kids learn to read.

#7 – Big Snowman Little Snowman

#8 – Anna’s Best Friends

#9 – Elsa’s Epic Journey

#10 – Olaf Loves to Read!

#11 – Frozen 2: One for the Books

Books for Grades 1-4 (Ages 6-9)

#12 – Disney Frozen Storybook Collection

#13 – Anna & Elsa #1: All Hail the Queen

I’m currently reading this “Anna and Elsa” series to my daughter, about a chapter a day.  Since it’s FROZEN, she has an interest in reading them.  

#14 – Anna & Elsa #2: Memory and Magic

#15 – Anna & Elsa #3: A Warm Welcome

#16 – Anna & Elsa #4: The Great Ice Engine

#17 – Anna & Elsa #5: The Polar Bear Piper

#18 – Anna & Elsa #6: The Arendelle Cup

#19 – Anna & Elsa #7: The Secret Admirer

#20 – Anna & Elsa #8: Return to the Ice Palace

#21 – Anna & Elsa #9: Anna Takes Charge

I will say some books she enjoyed better than others.  

The first book was a little too character developing and not enough real adventure or action for her taste but she still wanted to continue reading it.  We did enjoy the other books we’ve read so far a lot more than the first.

It is a smidge advanced for my 5-year-old.  Some pages have pictures on them and I find she enjoys those pages a lot more as she can better visualize the story.  

Learning to create mental pictures that the printed words describe is an important reading skill that she is getting a lot of opportunities to develop.  Her familiarness with the movie does help her but I think in a year or 2 she would enjoy this series much more.

Turning An Obsession With Frozen Into a Love of Reading

I used my 5-year-old’s obsession with the movie Frozen in a positive way to help foster her love of reading.

My daughter is definitely going through a Frozen phase.  She would gladly watch the movie daily if I let her, and has watched it an uncountable amount of times to date.

I enjoyed the movie as well, but I have to admit, I look forward to her moving on from this obsession and from becoming an easy target of marketing schemes.  

Almost every shopping trip has her asking me to buy some Frozen related item – it doesn’t matter if it’s shampoo, cereal, or a kleenex box.  In fact, many times she doesn’t even know what the item is, but it has a picture of Anna and Elsa on it so therefore it must be great.

She chose a blue snowsuit this year because it reminded her of the colours in Frozen.  She has Frozen rain boots, running shoes, underwear, costumes, and often asks me to do her hair in an “Elsa braid” or sometimes an “Anna braid”.

So it was time to turn this obsession into something positive and help inspire my daughter to love reading.


Friday 25th of September 2015

My daughter is obsessed with Frozen right now and yes she would watch it daily if we let her. She wants everything Frozen. Great-grandma started it last year with an Elsa doll.

Karen W

Thursday 24th of September 2015

Now why didn't I think of doing something with Frozen. My girls would have loved that! Though they did seem to enjoy our Leaf ogres and watching Shrek. I am going to have to find that version of The Snow Queen. My girls enjoy watching Once Upon a Time with me, and they know there is more to the Snow Queen story than what is seen in Frozen. Thanks for all these great book suggestions. We have found a couple of them, but I didn't have any specific books to look for. Now I can search for them at our library.

Deanna @ Play Dough & Popsicles

Wednesday 23rd of September 2015

Awesome! We love Frozen and have a couple of these books in my daughters age group. Fun stuff. I entered the giveaway too. WE LOVE BOOKS!


Thursday 17th of September 2015

My daughters both LOVE Frozen (still!).....thanks for the book suggestions!

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Saturday 5th of September 2015

Not having any small children or in fact, no daughters, The Frozen Obsession is relatively unknown but do have very fond memories of the Snow Queen. Thank you for linking up with #ShowcaseTuesday