Disney's The Parent Trap

Disney s The Parent Trap When eleven year old Annie James travels to America for the first time to attend a California summer camp only the unexpected could unfold Find out what follows when she comes face to face with her l

  • Title: Disney's The Parent Trap
  • Author: Hallie Marshall
  • ISBN: 9780786842346
  • Page: 110
  • Format: Paperback
  • When eleven year old Annie James travels to America for the first time to attend a California summer camp, only the unexpected could unfold Find out what follows when she comes face to face with her long lost, separated at birth twin sister Discover how these girls come up with a wacky scheme to reunite their divorced parents A scheme that could only he called a ParentWhen eleven year old Annie James travels to America for the first time to attend a California summer camp, only the unexpected could unfold Find out what follows when she comes face to face with her long lost, separated at birth twin sister Discover how these girls come up with a wacky scheme to reunite their divorced parents A scheme that could only he called a Parent Trap.

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      Published :2019-05-06T19:42:17+00:00

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    1. Hallie Marshall

      Hallie Marshall Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Disney's The Parent Trap book, this is one of the most wanted Hallie Marshall author readers around the world.

    737 thoughts on “Disney's The Parent Trap”

    1. It seems like everyone in my generation sees The Parent Trap as a staple of their childhood. I've never seen the film myself, so I decided to give the novelization a go. Well, it's not a bad story. It's a comedic summer read and great for nostalgic adults and children alike. However, at only 95 pages and in the movie novel format with limited vocabulary, it's difficult to grasp the story as memorable or special in any way.


    2. This book also has a personal connection to my childhood. It was based off of a Disney movie, as is shown on the cover page. I read this particular book in the higher levels of elementary as it was a chapter book. I connect this to my mom as well as we went to see the movie together in the theater. Afterward, we each bought a copy of the book and read the story at the same time. We were able discuss what we liked more about the book and what we didn't really like. My relationship with my mother [...]


    3. I really want to read this book, i saw the movie an i really want to read the book too. This is a fantastic story about to girls that meet in a summer camp and there twins, but each one of them didn't meet one part of there parents, so what they do is they switch and go to the places to meet there parent that they didn't meet.


    4. As a child I remember reading this book and mainly watching the movie, it is aha great book I also remember trying to set up my devorced parents like they did in the book. But unfortunately I do not have an identical twin sister, so that plane never did fly.



    5. I loved this! I've been watching the movie since I was a little kid, and the book is an almost perfect adaption. It's such a cute story and always good for a laugh.



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