Disney Publishing Worldwide authors are joining forces to provide a free eBook, drawing workshops and online videos sharing their favorite excerpts.
For all the young adult fiction fans asking, ‘What might have happened if Anna and Elsa never knew each other?’, we have a free download of Conceal, Don’t Feel: A Twisted Tale by Jen Calonita, available from March 30 through April 4 via Apple Books, Google Play, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Kobo.
As the future Queen of Arendelle, Princess Elsa’s life is full of expectation and responsibility—not to mention, questions. What type of ruler will she be? When will she have to pick a suitor? Elsa as she answers all these questions and more. Check back here to see how you can enjoy more Disney Books for free in the coming weeks.
Emmy Award–winning writer and New York Times best-selling Disney Hyperion author, Mo Willems invites you to join him in the studio for virtual lunchtime doodling sessions, weekdays at 1pm ET/10am PT. Recent videos include a DIY board game and lessons on fun drawings to make for a birthday celebration. To draw along live, visit the Kennedy Center website and to binge the entire series, head to the Kennedy Center YouTube channel.
Already downloaded Conceal, Don’t Feel, and crave more? Don’t miss Twisted Tales on @DisneyBooks Instagram. Authors Liz Braswell, Elizabeth Lim, and Jen Calonita will share passages from several Twisted Tales books – the series that dives into alternate “what-if” scenarios inspired by familiar animated Disney films.
For more content from Disney Publishing Worldwide authors, follow @DisneyBooks on Instagram.
Please make this content available in UK. Is it really so hard to open digital resources beyond US borders? Disney belongs to the world not just the USA
I’m trying to get this book since yesterday but it’s not available in Brazil. So so sad.
Not free in Canada.
Please make it free in Canada also please and thank you📖😊
Thank you, Disney! I’m looking forward to reading it.
Is this available in Canada? When I look on apple books it is still priced at $11.99.
Not a free book for me.
So sad right now.