Disney Princess ~Book Tag~

It’s tag time again!! I’m so excited for this one because I absolutely love Disney! Thanks so much to Sanjula and Reet from The Blue Moon Archives for tagging me in this! Sorry it took me so long. I actually completely forget about it until now… 😬


  1. Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you!
  2. Tag the creators – Book Princess Reviews and Zuky – so they can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world.
  3. Answer the questions.
  4. Play a game of tag at the end!

See the source imageSnow White: This book (like the movie) started it all – favourite debut book from an author.

Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn! This is such a cute, interesting book. It was actually super hard for me to figure out which books were debut. That’s not really something I pay attention to apparently.


Cinderella: A diamond in the rough – just like Cinderella, you didn’t expect much out of this character in the beginning but they turned out to be a total gem.See the source image

I thought Aladdin was a diamond in the rough? Haha! I think I’ll go with Luna from Harry Potter. I didn’t think she was important at first, but she gave so much more to the story.


See the source imageAurora: Sleeping beauty – a book that makes you sleepy or just could not hold your attention.

Emma by Jane Austen. I believe it literally took me 6 months to get through this book. I wanted to like it so badly, but I just couldn’t. It’s so strange because I love Austen’s other works.


Ariel: Under the sea – a book with a water/ocean setting.ariel

Ummmm… Maribel’s Rainy Day is the first book I thought of. (Check out my review here: Book Review)


See the source imageBelle: Beauty and the beast – name a book with the best bookworm/book lover.

I have to agree with Reet on this one and say Hermione. She’s the bookworm we all wanted to be!


Jasmine: The thief and the princess – name a book with an unlikely love story (either in terms of romance or a book you didn’t expect to love this much).See the source image

I didn’t expect to love any of Colleen Coble’s books as much as I do. Even if the premise doesn’t sound interesting, I still end up loving it!


See the source imagePocahontas: The real life princess – name a book that is based on a real life person you want to read/have read.

I really want to read I Am Malala soon! It sounds so intriguing. I actually enjoy a lot of autobiographies.


Mulan: The princess that saved the country – name the fiercest heroine you know.See the source image

Madeline from The Crescent Stone (see my review here: Book Review). I don’t know if she’s the fiercest, but she gives up so much for the people around her and is very brave through her illness.


See the source imageTiana: The princess with the coolest or most diverse cast – name a diverse book, whether it is a diverse set of characters or just diverse in general.

Star Trek: The Next Generation Cats. 😂😂


Rapunzel: Let your long hair down – name the longest book you’ve ever read.rapunzel

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix – 870 pages. Hopefully, I will get through War and Peace soon!


See the source imageMerida: I determine my own fate – a book where there is no love story/interest or isn’t needed.

The Maze Runner. It has a great story with or without romance.


Elsa: Frozen hearts – a book in a winter/cold setting.See the source image

Hunted by: Meagan Spooner. I really like this Beauty and the Beast retelling! It was one of the first retellings I ever read.


See the source imageMoana: How far I’ll go – a character that goes on a journey.

Frodo and Sam from Lord of the Rings is the obvious answer!



Who is your favorite Disney Princess? I think mine would be Rapunzel. Thanks so much for reading!!

2 thoughts on “Disney Princess ~Book Tag~

  1. I love Belle and I love Ariel. Both for their innocence and charm. Ariel is a beautiful collector of things she loves passionately and isn’t afraid to be seen as weird. Belle loves to read (yay!) and knows how weird she seems to be and is all 🤷🏻‍♀️

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