The amazing Mandy @ Book Princess Reviews recently made this tag herself! It looks so fun and I am excited to start the Disney Princess Sidekicks Book Tag! I love the Disney Princess Sidekicks, so let’s get to it!
Mushu from Mulan / Olaf from Frozen
The Comic Relief- Name your favorite hilarious character or your favorite comedy/funny book
I loved Cassian. Every time he showed up, he was great comic relief, but also contributed to the team and pushed everyone to be their best. I just think Cassian is really rad!
The Seven Dwarfs from Snow White
I hate to be a copycat, but come on! The Crow Crew is just so amazing! They have the best banter, the complicated but secretly caring relationships, and they’re just overall and amazing group of characters!
Pascal from Tangled
THE LOYAL CHEERLEADER CHAMELEON (NOT A FROG, FLYNN RIDER) – NAME A BOOK THAT STARTED OUT ONE WAY BUT CHANGED FOR YOU
In my “Classics I Enjoyed” post, I mentioned A Clockwork Orange and how I enjoyed this book right up until the last chapter. I was really loving the dark elements and how weirdly creepy everything was, until the last chapter undid pretty much everything that had been building up throughout the book.
Meeko from Pocahontas
POCAHONTAS’S SLY AND SNEAKY RACCOON FRIEND – NAME A PLOT TWIST THAT YOU DID NOT SEE COMING
Not to brag, but I’m very rarely surprised by plot twists. I still enjoy them as long as they’re well-done, but the only twist I could think of that actually surprised me was the end of 1984. I will never forget that ending no matter how many books I read.
RAJAH FROM ALADDIN / FLOUNDER FROM THE LITTLE MERMAID
GENTLE WITH THEIR PRINCESS BUT PROTECTIVE WITH EVERYONE ELSE – NAME YOUR FAVORITE BEST FRIEND IN A NOVEL
I’m not even sure I can pick just one friendship from this series. I mean, we all know Merry and Pippin are best bros and I love them. But then there’s Sam and Frodo and Sam is arguably the most pure and precious person to ever exist. But then there’s Legolas and Gimli who became best friends against all odds and LEGOLAS EVEN SNUCK GIMLI INTO ESSENTIALLY ELVEN AFTERLIFE!! Like, if that’s not true friendship, I don’t know what is.
LOUIS FROM THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG / SEBASTIAN FROM THE LITTLE MERMAID / COGSWORTH, LUMIERE, MRS. POTTS, & CHIP FROM BEAUTY AND THE BEAST
THE MUSICAL BUNCH – NAME A NOVEL WHERE MUSIC PLAYED A BIG PART OR MADE YOU WANT TO SING ITS PRAISES
Ballad was one of the books that I read pretty early in my reader life, and it was one of the books that really kept me reading. It’s got fae AND music, so I rather enjoyed it!
MAXIMUS FROM TANGLED
THE OBSTACLE IN FLYNN RIDER’S WAY – NAME A CHARACTER THAT FACES A LOT OF OBSTACLES
I almost put Graceling, too. But Fire faces a lot of obstacles throughout her book, not the least of which is her attitude for her own powers.
HAMISH, HUBERT, & HARRIS FROM BRAVE
FAVORITE FAMILY DYNAMICS IN A NOVEL
(I almost put this one for the music one, too). Even though it’s not present for very long, I love the dynamic between Kvothe and his parents and the beginning of The Name of the Wind. They’re so cute and loving and I just loved them.
RAY FROM THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG / 3 FAIRIES FROM SLEEPING BEAUTY
THE ADVICE GIVERS – BOOK THAT MOST IMPACTED YOUR LIFE
Time to get cheesy. The Chronicles of Narnia were some of the first chapter books I ever read, and I love them dearly. But The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is my comfort book, and the one I go to whenever I’m feeling down or confused or scared. It makes me feel braver and better prepared to face the world. End cheese.
HEI HEI FROM MOANA
NAME A CHARACTER THAT STEALS THE SHOW
So, in my opinion, Bitterblue was amazing even in Graceling. The first time we see her, she’s a terrified little girl, running with her mother for their lives from her cruel stepfather. But, in the end of the book, she’s a huge part of the reason anyone survives. She’s so awesome, she even got her own book later.
GUS & JAQ FROM CINDERELLA
OPPOSITES ATTRACT – NAME YOUR FAVORITE OR WORST OPPOSITE ATTRACTS PAIRING
I just love Elias and Laia. They’ve had completely different backgrounds, but they make each other better. They push each other out of their comfort zones while accepting each other’s short-comings. In short, they’re precious, and I can’t wait to read more about them in Reaver at the Gates.
I’m going to tag some of my new(er) followers to get to know them a little more! As always, tags are just for fun, so if you don’t want to do this one for whatever reason, there’s no pressure!
Thanks for reading! Do you agree with my choices? Who are some of your favorite literary sidekicks? Let me know in the comments below!