The Pixar Book Tag

So, I’ll probably be spending the next couple of days catching up on all of the tags that I’ve forgotten about. Sorry in advance if that annoys you but I think they’re fun and you get to learn a little bit about me in the process. And I am such a cool person to get to know. Or just interesting. Or strange. Or whatever. You’ll just have to deal with it, I guess.

Thank you Dreaming Through Literature for this really fun tag. I mean, who doesn’t love Pixar films? They’re hilarious, heartfelt, and just plain adorable. But seriously, The Incredibles is the best one outta all of them. DON’T ARGUE WITH ME ABOUT THAT! 😉

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


Hmmm, I like for all of my books to be real. Like if we had tons of alternate universes and you could just move from one to the other. Lord of the Rings Land, Harry Potter World, Shadowhunterville, Star Wars Galaxy… Yeah, that would be so damn cool.

A Bug’s Life: Big Beautiful Butterfly – Name a character that goes through a wonderful transformation or development.


I think I’m gonna go with Ron Weasley from Harry Potter or Alyssa Gardner from the Splintered Trilogy. Ron grew into such a brave and loyal friend and finally got over his insecurities by the end and I just really enjoyed watching him grow up. And Alyssa grew from hating her Wonderland-half to fully accepting her faeself (and Morpheus, hehe!).

Monsters INC: Name a book where a strong or scary character develops a soft side for someone else.


Dougal from Outlander. Now, I wouldn’t say he’s a totally nice guy but he definitely had a soft spot for wee Claire. He wanted some of that, for sure.

Finding Nemo: P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney – Name a book that has an address or another quote within that’s been burned into your memory forever.


Number 4, Privet Drive, Little Whinging from Harry Potter. Such an easy answer.

The Incredibles: Name the coolest book family.


The Weasleys. Hands down.

Cars: 1, 2, and (now) 3 – Name a book that keeps getting sequels that you feel are not needed.


I don’t really have an answer for this one. I mean I guess most people would say all of the Shadowhunter spin-offs but that doesn’t bother me really.

Ratatouille: Name a book whose main character is not human nor a humanoid figure.


Hank the Cowdog. Y’all I think I read every one of those books when I was 10 years old. They were fast and easy and boosted my AR points haha!

Wall-E: Name a book that made you lonely.


Salt to the Sea. I know it’s supposed to be a happy ending but every time I read a WWII or Holocaust novel, I just feel totally deprived of all happiness because that is such a tragic time in history and knowing that normal human beings let it happen in the first place.

Up: Name a book whose characters you became very quickly emotionally invested in.


Anne of Green Gables. I WANT TO LIVE IN AVONLEA!

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


Divergent. I really enjoyed the relationship between Tris and her mother. They had just enough secrets to make it really interesting too.

Inside Out: Name a book that you would say could be one of your core memories.


Anne of Green Gables or Harry Potter. I know I use these answers a lot but that’s how much I love them. Don’t judge!!!


As always, feel free to ignore the tag if you’ve already done it or just don’t want to!