What was your favorite moment from Finding Dory? Was it that you were able to revisit some of your old friends — Nemo, Crush, or Dory herself? Was it the new cast of hilarious sea creatures — Hank, the otters, or Destiny?
Whatever your answer is, one of the best ways to keep reliving the film after you leave theaters is by diving into the many art books, sticker books, or coloring books.
We reviewed the Art of Finding Dory back in May (check out our video review here), but we now wanted to take a closer look at 22 different books themed after the fishy film – watch our video review below.
Although we truly enjoyed all of the books, if we had to choose a few favorites, we’d have to say the Read-Along Storybook is our favorite of the children’s books since it’s narrated by none other than Mr. Ray (veteran Pixar employee, Bob Peterson).
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In addition, we loved There’s Always A Way because of the fantastic and huge stickers the book contains. Of course, there are many other great reads for Finding Dory fans – the Junior Novelization, Hank the Septopus: A Disarming Tale, and Three Little Words for its gorgeous illustrations by Grace Lee.
Click any of the links above to buy the books on Amazon, or click to watch the video directly on YouTube as the books are listed in the video description in chronological order of our review.