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Disney Princess: Jasmine's New Pet (Younger Readers Graphic Novel)

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Before Disney's animated classic, Aladdin, this story follows how the young princess of Agrabah learned to be a responsible owner and friend to her pet tiger, Rajah. Princess Jasmine loves Rajah, her new tiger cub. But living in the palace has rules, and Rajah finds them difficult to follow! He ruins pillows with his claws, knocks over potted plants, chases the palace peac Before Disney's animated classic, Aladdin, this story follows how the young princess of Agrabah learned to be a responsible owner and friend to her pet tiger, Rajah. Princess Jasmine loves Rajah, her new tiger cub. But living in the palace has rules, and Rajah finds them difficult to follow! He ruins pillows with his claws, knocks over potted plants, chases the palace peacock, and wakes Jasmine in the middle of the night with his yowling. If Jasmine can't teach Rajah to behave better, her father the Sultan will send Rajah away to live with someone else! Jasmine and Rajah have just a week to learn how to follow the rules together. Award-winning writer and illustrator Nidhi Chanani (Pashmina, Misty the Proud Cloud, Everyday Love) adds humor and depth to this iconic pair of characters. At once sweet and humorous, this story will appeal to fans of all ages. Also included in this volume are a variety of story-related activities and special features!


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Before Disney's animated classic, Aladdin, this story follows how the young princess of Agrabah learned to be a responsible owner and friend to her pet tiger, Rajah. Princess Jasmine loves Rajah, her new tiger cub. But living in the palace has rules, and Rajah finds them difficult to follow! He ruins pillows with his claws, knocks over potted plants, chases the palace peac Before Disney's animated classic, Aladdin, this story follows how the young princess of Agrabah learned to be a responsible owner and friend to her pet tiger, Rajah. Princess Jasmine loves Rajah, her new tiger cub. But living in the palace has rules, and Rajah finds them difficult to follow! He ruins pillows with his claws, knocks over potted plants, chases the palace peacock, and wakes Jasmine in the middle of the night with his yowling. If Jasmine can't teach Rajah to behave better, her father the Sultan will send Rajah away to live with someone else! Jasmine and Rajah have just a week to learn how to follow the rules together. Award-winning writer and illustrator Nidhi Chanani (Pashmina, Misty the Proud Cloud, Everyday Love) adds humor and depth to this iconic pair of characters. At once sweet and humorous, this story will appeal to fans of all ages. Also included in this volume are a variety of story-related activities and special features!

30 review for Disney Princess: Jasmine's New Pet (Younger Readers Graphic Novel)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cadence

    "I like the story because Jasmine was teaching Rajah and playing." Cadee, age 7 "I like the story because Jasmine was teaching Rajah and playing." Cadee, age 7

  2. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    This was sweet. It actually gives Jasmine more of a story than she got in the original movie. It is does a good job of illustrating how to solve problem, from planning to research to patience. Quite enjoyable.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    This beautiful graphic novel, written and illustrated by Nidhi Chanani, is a great introduction to comics for young readers. Focusing on a character that they will already be familiar with means that children will find it easier to focus on panel reading and the ‘grammar’ of comics. Jasmine is shown to be clever and loyal, as she is in the movie of Aladdin, but also gets the larger part that she deserves. It’s a sweet story for young readers and will help to bring comics to a new younger audience This beautiful graphic novel, written and illustrated by Nidhi Chanani, is a great introduction to comics for young readers. Focusing on a character that they will already be familiar with means that children will find it easier to focus on panel reading and the ‘grammar’ of comics. Jasmine is shown to be clever and loyal, as she is in the movie of Aladdin, but also gets the larger part that she deserves. It’s a sweet story for young readers and will help to bring comics to a new younger audience.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Arianna

    I’m giving this 4 stars because the story, while very simple and definitely written at an elementary level, was plotted well and crafted with a mind to helping early readers learn about and understand reading comprehension. The art was cute but left something to be desired-I think there could have been additional transition panels showing Rajah jumping from Point A to Point B (for example), instead of static illustrations of Rajah sitting at Point A and then Point B.

  5. 4 out of 5

    blkandsapphicreads

    I randomly got this book off hoopla and the art was adorable and the story was okay. I was honestly frustrated when Rajah wouldn’t listen to Jasmine lol. But I think this is a really good book for young readers!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nikki

    This is a very cute story about Jasmine and Rajah not long after Jasmine gets Rajah as a pet. It is very cute and has a good lesson about how much work a pet is to take care of and train. I enjoyed it, and I’m sure other fans of Jasmine will too.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Riah

    Yup, I read a Jasmine comic aimed at kids because I liked the art and Jasmine was my favorite princess growing up. It's a cute, predictable story about Jasmine learning to tame Rajah when he was a cub. I liked it, but there's really no reason for an adult to read this. Yup, I read a Jasmine comic aimed at kids because I liked the art and Jasmine was my favorite princess growing up. It's a cute, predictable story about Jasmine learning to tame Rajah when he was a cub. I liked it, but there's really no reason for an adult to read this.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    It's a short (quick read) cute graphic novel about Jasmine and Rajah when they were little. The story starts off with Jasmine having Rajah as a kitten and what she has to do in order to keep Rajah as her pet. The illustrations are adorable and the color palette is really nice. It's a short (quick read) cute graphic novel about Jasmine and Rajah when they were little. The story starts off with Jasmine having Rajah as a kitten and what she has to do in order to keep Rajah as her pet. The illustrations are adorable and the color palette is really nice.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Wylaina

    Cute.

  10. 5 out of 5

    SABRINA LEMMON

    What a cute beginner's graphic novel! What a cute beginner's graphic novel!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joud Algorain

    The Sultan lets Jasmine keeps the Tiger cub inside the castle. Jasmine works hard to train the tiger to be good and not to scratch the pillows.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ari

    Just super adorable. jasmine has a new pet tiger and only a week to train it to behave in the castle! hilarity and shenanigans ensue.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mely

    A cute graphic novel for younger kids. Simple and sweet. Lots of fun activities at the end.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katelyn Patterson

    A good one to hand to those that continually come in looking for princess books.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Engel Dreizehn

    It was kind of cute :)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Liz Lowe

    Very cute graphic novel for the younger grades. It also teaches about how to think to solve problems.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nicole (book.quill)

    Adorable and a good story about pet responsibility. Not a great plot but it’s fun for kids. There’s even fun activities at the end!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Merve Akpınar

    I really liked these Disney comics. It is both a simple English and a one-on-one for boredom. I definitely recommend it to everyone. This time, our comic takes place in Jasmin's childhood. Whether she was struggling to keep Rajah in her hand, and her father's lovely mood, it was very enjoyable. :) / Gerçekten çok sevdim ben bu disney çizgiromanlarını. Hem basit bir ingilizce hem can sıkıntısına birebir. Kesinlikle tavsiye ederim herkese. Bu sefer ki çizgiromanımız Jasmin'in çocukluğunda geçiyor. R I really liked these Disney comics. It is both a simple English and a one-on-one for boredom. I definitely recommend it to everyone. This time, our comic takes place in Jasmin's childhood. Whether she was struggling to keep Rajah in her hand, and her father's lovely mood, it was very enjoyable. :) / Gerçekten çok sevdim ben bu disney çizgiromanlarını. Hem basit bir ingilizce hem can sıkıntısına birebir. Kesinlikle tavsiye ederim herkese. Bu sefer ki çizgiromanımız Jasmin'in çocukluğunda geçiyor. Rajah'ı elinde tutabilmek için çabalaması olsun, babasının sevimli halleri olsun çok keyifliydi. :)

  19. 5 out of 5

    k s

    This was adorable. Surprisingly, I think I liked this one more than the Ariel one (which for me is saying something). This was super cute. Little Rajah is precious. I also liked the determination of Jasmine to keep him. That's something that I think came through a lot more in the shows than in the movies; Jasmine's strong will. We get to see a little bit of it in the movies, but the focus is obviously on Aladdin. I feel like the shows, and this book, show more clearly how strong and stubborn This was adorable. Surprisingly, I think I liked this one more than the Ariel one (which for me is saying something). This was super cute. Little Rajah is precious. I also liked the determination of Jasmine to keep him. That's something that I think came through a lot more in the shows than in the movies; Jasmine's strong will. We get to see a little bit of it in the movies, but the focus is obviously on Aladdin. I feel like the shows, and this book, show more clearly how strong and stubborn Jasmine can be and how when she's determined, she can do anything she puts her mind to.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Drew Graham

    Princess Jasmine loves her new tiger cub but before he can get the royal stamp of approval she'll have to train him not to tear the palace apart. I mean Jasmine is still my favorite and obscure Disney backstory comic books have always intrigued me so I didn't hate it. I thought this would be a little more about how Jasmine and Rajah actually met and not how it was decided that he would stay but I guess he just came from wherever he came from and it doesn't really matter. The art was fun and the k Princess Jasmine loves her new tiger cub but before he can get the royal stamp of approval she'll have to train him not to tear the palace apart. I mean Jasmine is still my favorite and obscure Disney backstory comic books have always intrigued me so I didn't hate it. I thought this would be a little more about how Jasmine and Rajah actually met and not how it was decided that he would stay but I guess he just came from wherever he came from and it doesn't really matter. The art was fun and the kids are pretty into the comic format these days so they liked it.

  21. 4 out of 5

    T. Finley

    Being a hopeless Disney fan, I borrowed this book from my local public library on a whim. It was cute, but I think I would have to be a lot younger to really appreciate it. Did I like it? It was ok. Would I reread it? No. Would I recommend it? Probably not to anyone over the age of six or seven.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Davey Morgan

  23. 5 out of 5

    Paris

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shazzer

  25. 4 out of 5

    Emily

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lucy

  28. 4 out of 5

    Carina

  29. 5 out of 5

    Marharyta (with mom)

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ghislaine

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