Toy Story Toons Three Toy Toons Review (Random House)

What It Is

Toy Story fans get three books in one with Toy Story Toons Three Toy Toons. The book also includes 3-D glasses for kids to wear to make the book's images pop right off the page. Each of the book's three stories is based on a Toy Story Toons episode and adapted by Kristen L. Depken with illustrations by Random House and Disney. In "Hawaiian Vacation", the toys create a Hawaiian vacation for Barbie and Ken. In "Small Fry", a mini Buzz Lightyear Fun Meal toy replaces the real Buzz Lightyear and is taken home to Bonnie's house while the real Buzz accidentally ends up in a support group for discarded Fun Meal toys. And in "Partysaurus Rex", Rex proves that he's not a party pooper by helping the bath toys throw a wet and wild party in the tub. The 3-D glasses store inside the book's cover when you're done reading.

Is It Fun?

This is a cute book that gives Toy Story fans a new way to experience favorite Toy Story Toons episodes. Kids will love seeing some of their favorite characters pop off the page as they read.

Who It’s For

Toy Story Toons Three Toy Toons is for Toy Story fans ages 3–7.

What To Be Aware Of

The 3-D effect is good on most of the images in the book, but not all the images. It can also be hard to read the text when you're wearing the 3-D glasses. This might not be a problem for younger kids who still need mom and dad to read to them, but older kids who can read on their own might find reading while wearing the glasses disorienting.

  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    Medium Difficulty

  • Toy Story Toons Three Toy Toons published by Random House/Disney
  • Written by: Kristen L. Depken
  • Illustrated by: RH Disney
  • We recommend this book for kids ages 3 and up