Fun for all in Disney classic

DISNEY BOOKS AT GREENHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL   Rowan Fletcher enjoys one of the Disney books.       24 March 2011
DISNEY BOOKS AT GREENHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL Rowan Fletcher enjoys one of the Disney books. 24 March 2011
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Ratatouille is latest volume in our must-have collection of 25 books

Our great new series of Disney graphic novels is proving to be a big hit with readers - and another top volume is available tomorrow.

DISNEY BOOKS AT GREENHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL   l/r: Rebeccah Morton, Megan Sharkey, Charlotte Bates, Ava Akram, Rowen Fletcher, Tom Crampton and Joe Bramley with the Disney books.       24 March 2011

DISNEY BOOKS AT GREENHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL l/r: Rebeccah Morton, Megan Sharkey, Charlotte Bates, Ava Akram, Rowen Fletcher, Tom Crampton and Joe Bramley with the Disney books. 24 March 2011

Ratatouille is the fourth instalment of this exclusive collection of 25 full-colour hardback books.

It’s an adaptation of another massive hit movie and it’s yours for the special low price of just £2.99.

Rémy is a very special rat with a keen sense of taste and smell who dreams of becoming a gourmet chef.

When fate places Rémy in the sewers of Paris, he discovers he is near Gusteau’s restaurant, made famous by his late culinary hero Auguste Gusteau.

Rémy’s cooking adventures set in motion a hilarious and exciting rat race that turns the culinary workings of Gusteau’s upside down.

We gave pupils at Sheffield’s Greenhill Primary a preview of many of the Disney books - and asked them for their verdicts.

Rowan Fletcher, aged 11, said: “The book is fit for all ages as it is set out in a comic style - nobody will get bored with a Disney Pixar book!

“Many scenes are out of the film but reading the story means it is more interesting and it will help younger readers understand it more.

“Also, older readers may like it better because of how it is set out and mainly older children like comic strips.

“The graphics are amazing and the pictures are extremely good. They are really detailed and the 3D-effect works well, too.

“I would definitely recommend the book to anyone who is five years old or over. The book is just as good as the film and it is more educational. I will give it 9/10.”

Next up in the series are Wall-E, Up and A Bug’s Life.

But don’t miss Ratatouille - available when you buy The Star from all participating retailers or at our reception.