Wall-E (Disney/Pixar Wall-E)
  • Wall-E (Disney/Pixar Wall-E)
  • Wall-E (Disney/Pixar Wall-E)
  • Wall-E (Disney/Pixar Wall-E)
ISBN: 0736424229
EAN13: 9780736424226
Language: English
Release Date: May 13, 2008
Pages: 24
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8" L x 6.7" W
Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

When a lovable, lonely robot named WAL-E falls in love with a sophisticated female robot named EVE, he follows his heart all the way into outer space. Young fans will enjoy this Little Golden Book retelling of Disney 2 Pixar's newest film, set for theatrical release on June 27. Full color.

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   Horrible text
The illustrations are dreamy but the text is plain. The story starts alright, but takes a turn. It's short and choppy and hard to relate to the movie. If you haven't seen the movie, it's probably worse. It's a beautiful story, too. There are a handful of books that have stood the test of time. This was a wasted opportunity to combine the two, he said.
   Great Adaptation for New Readers
Based on the book, the movie follows the major plot points of the story. It's a simple, colorful story, and includes the necessary elements of the story, too.
   Cute little book!
My son absolutely loves Wall-E!
We love the movie and got this book for my kids to have. Like the rest of the book, they enjoy reading it and looking at all the pictures.
   It turned the movie into a "make someone love me" story
Bad taste. It's got cute art but the message is you can make someone love you, not that Eve choose to affectionally kiss Wall-E. It's just that bad message that will teach my kid to be a bad boyfriend one day.
She now has the book and she loves looking at the pictures and trying to tell the story herself. Very cute book, said Blair.
   A disappointment even knowing a lot would be cut out
I know that these books out cut a lot and there's no way they can fit a complex story into a small children's book, but this cut out a lot of the important stuff and felt like an unrelated story that didn't even make sense. The story was a bit of a snooze, but I think the people at CBS did a good job with it. Things would only happen that would make sense if you've seen the movie. It's still some stars, because the pictures are so good.
   Gonna love
It is Christmas gift for a child that has recently discovered Wall E He loves anything about wall E so I know he gonna love I'm happy to find this item still available He will have to have read to him as he is 3 years old but that is not a problem, it is just that. So I personally haven't seen item because I sent all my gifts to homes of recipients this year from Amazon, but parents said it was in good condition, and expect he will be thrilled, she said.
   Cute book!
This book is the same format as all Little Golden books. The sentences are not too long, so it will keep the attention of younger children and won't be too long to read at night, Mrs. Pearson said.
   Very cute WallE book
My 4 year old son is super into the movie WALLE so we got him the book. Of all the books he has read, WallE is the only one he would actually like to learn how to read. My son found two problems that Dr. Goin had fixed: the second problem was a misunderstanding. One of the ersatzes is that in the movie when Wall gave her the plant, she was locked down and fell asleep, so she did not have eyes showing. But, one thing I am having problem with the book is that I did not like how the book was written, and that the context was not fully related to the movie. But he also said that his son wanted to learn how to read because of the movie.