[Book Tags #9] The Pixar Book Tag

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It’s been a while since I last posted an entry to a book tag, and I’m glad I’m posting one tonight! Being tagged to do a certain book tag always makes me feel loved and I don’t know. I just really love posting book tags. I post photos of tags on my bookstagram too! Check them out on my account!
As for tonight, I am doing the Pixar Book Tag. I was tagged by my great international friends Jesse of Books at Dawn, and Joey of Another Afterthought. Their blogs are rad and you should probably go and check them out, show some love!

I specifically wanted to do this one sooner because I am a great Pixar fan. I grew up watching tons, if not all, of the company’s work and I still do even up to this day! Let’s get started.

Toy Story — A book where you wanted the characters to come to life.

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I really want to spend some real living time with the characters from The Lunar Chronicles series. The ladies all have such wonderful mix of personalities, and they would certainly make a great team. As for the men, uhm, all I have to say is “why the heck not?” Haha!

A Bugs Life — A character who goes through a transformation.

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On the first few pages of Dumplin’, Willowdean Dickson was just another fat girl. She was confident, yes. She was feisty, yes. But nowadays, almost half of the world’s population of plus-sized people are confident. She’s not much different. But as the story came to a close, Willowdean became much more than just your regular, confident fat girl. She became an icon. She became someone to look up to. She underwent an amazing character transformation, and that made my reading of this book a whole lot enjoyable.

Monsters Inc. — A strong character develops a soft side for someone else.

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June Iparis started out as the authority who was chasing Daniel Wing for a crime he was convicted of doing. Through the course of the first book, as well as the entire series, June developed a soft and even a romantic side for the rebel.

Finding Nemo — “P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney” A book that has an address or quote that’s burned into your memory forever.

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Credits to The Fictionologist on Tumblr  for the photo.

Okay, so it was just this week that I actually finished binge watching all the Harry Potter movies. (I know, I’m such a loser. *sobs*) I fell in love with it with every movie I watched. The characters. The action. The setting. Everything, as I expected, was quite impressive. And, in relation to the tag, Harry’s home address, 4 Privet Drive, will stay with me forever, without a single doubt!

The Incredibles — Coolest Book Family.

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The Schreave family from The Selection Series, in my opinion has the coolest family in Young Adult Literature. Other than they’re all royalty, their family is actually quite interesting. America and Maxon ended up with a feisty daughter, and sons that seem attractive even on writing alone. I wouldn’t mind becoming a Schreave myself.

Cars 1, 2, 3 — A book that keeps getting sequels you feel are not needed.

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Wait! Don’t hate on me yet! Haha, I know that The Mortal Instruments Series have had it’s fair share of positive reviews worldwide. I know how the TV Series “Shadowhunters” get’s millions of viewers every week (I’m actually one of those millions). But I don’t get how Cassandra Clare keeps on writing for this series. Personally, I haven’t read much of it yet. I’ve only read City of Bones. Doesn’t she get tired going in and out of this series’ environment? Hm, I don’t know.

Ratatouille — A book featuring a non-human/humanoid.

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Adarlan is home to the world’s most famous faes and assassins. And, of course, you didn’t think I’d write this post without including my most favorite characters from my favorite series, did you? Also, they aren’t human are they? Celaena, Dorian, Rowan, and etc.?

Wall-E — A book that made you lonely.

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How could I ever forget how these books made me feel? All The Bright Places made me realize just how real an impact of a story could be, most especially if the reader invested himself into every page. The characters had real life dilemmas, making them a whole lot more relatable. As for Me Before You, it teaches it’s readers how to actually live boldy, knowing that we only get one life, and it’s actually  our duty to live it as fully as possible. *sobs intensely*

Up — A book whose characters quickly made you become emotionally invested in.

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It didn’t took me long before I rooted for Maddy and Oliver in Nicola Yoon’s Everything, Everything. To be honest, I actually fell in love with the characters the minute I read the first few pages of the book. As time went by, I realized just how emotionally invested I became. This is my most favorite book to date!

Brave — Name a book with a strong mother/daughter relationship.

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You would know what I’m talking about if you’ve actually read Colleen Hoover’s debut novel. Slammed is a book about poetry, love, and family, and yes, Lake had a strong relationship with her mother. You will love this book. And yes, it’s perfect!

Inside Out — Name a book that could be one of your core memories.

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I remember how I came out of the closet and told everyone of my gender. Reading Simon VS. The Homo Sapiens Agenda was like reliving such a happy memory. And you know what? That made me want to re-read it over and over again.


And that’s it for this tag! I had tons of fun doing this particular tag since I am a Disney kid. I’ve grown up watching most, if not all, of their shows and I’m glad I was tagged to do this one! Thanks again to Jesse and Joey for doing so. And, I’m tagging a few people as well!

Thanks for reading this, you guys! I’m telling you, I had so much fun constructing and drafting this post, and I can’t wait to see what you guys come up with. 🙂

Until the next one!

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10 thoughts on “[Book Tags #9] The Pixar Book Tag

    1. I don’t know if I agree with you on that one, since I’ve only read up to the first book :)) But, CC keeps on writing about it! There’s the Infernal Devices, The Dark Artifices, there are also short novellas about Magnus, etc. There’s just too many books!!! :)))) Or is it just me???

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      1. Nope. You’re not the only one who thinks about it. CC is still hanging on the Shadowhunter world and I don’t know how will she end it. I don’t know if I’ll continue reading them… i somewhat lost my interest after being spoiled on TID and CoHF. HAHA

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  1. Ahhh, I just remembered this – thanks so much for tagging me, JM! I’m a huge Disney fan myself (just yesterday I watched Tangled again and LOVED IT SO MUCH), so this is perfect!

    I totally agree with you on TMI series – I’ve never read anything by Cassandra Clare and up until I binge-watched the first season of the show (MALEC FTW!!! ♥) I was 99% positive I’d never give in and start reading her books … well, I did now. I started reading City of Bones a few days ago and am super excited to see how it goes, haha.

    Yvonne @ A World Between Folded Pages

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    1. I read City of Bones last year in anticipation for the TV show, but found myself too intimidated and so I haven’t continued reading it. Although, HOW HOT IS MALEC ON THE SHOW, RIGHT?! Oh my god, I swear to the stars above, S01E12 is my absolute favorite (so far)! Anyway, thanks for dropping by, Yvonne! And have fun drafting your post! I miss you! 🙂

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