Rapunzel and the lost lagoon book
Book Review | Rapunzel and the Lost Lagoon | Lauren E. CoxMy review of Diary of a Young Girl will be my next post so watch for that in the coming days. Anyone who knows me knows about my love of all things Disney. It was the first animated movie in a long time that had created such a buzz amongst both the kids and adults in my life. So you can imagine how excited I was when an author I love started a book series for Disney! To be surrounded by this many books was like discovering there were hundreds of other moons just hiding somewhere else in the sky. This book picks up right where the Disney film leaves off.
Rapunzel and the Lost Lagoon Book Review
Rapunzel and the Lost Lagoon
The first part takes place one week after the ending of the film, Tangled , and the second part six months later, after Tangled: Before Ever After. The book starts with Rapunzel being introduced to Cassandra, her handmaiden who plays an important role in Tangled: The Series. Rapunzel and Cassandra alternate being first-person narrators throughout the book. The plot kicks off when Rapunzel finds an ancient book, "The Lost Lagoon", in the library. It speaks of an ancient, secret lagoon that might be filled with precious gems.
Source Rapunzel and the Lost Lagoon is a novel by Leila Howland, based on the characters and world of Tangled and its animated series. Rapunzel is not your typical princess. But when Rapunzel and Cassandra stumble upon a secret lagoon said to hold the key to the kingdom’s.
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