Disney Literature: 5 Disney Characters Your Kids Will Love
April 13, 2022

If you want to introduce your children to animation or comic books, Disney literature is the place to go! Disney novels are not only entertaining, but they also include hidden qualities that you would like your children to choose. Your children will learn a lot about themselves, and you’ll quickly realize they don’t want to quit. Here is a selection of Disney characters that your children will adore.

1. Simba

Asides from all the fun and games, one thing that you should look out for in Disney movies for your children is the courage and bravery displayed by the characters, and Simba is truly the epitome of that. Having lived a very comfortable life with loving parents and community members, you would bet that the sudden loss of his father right in front of him would cause Simba an appropriate level of emotional damage. However, Simba faced his fears battled his enemies, emotions, and many more to restore peace and tranquillity to the place he called home – the business his father had built for many years. Making friends and co-adventurers – Timon and Pumba – during his challenging journey, highlights the benefits of friendship, laughter, and love. All that truly makes this movie one to watch!

2. Winnie-the-Pooh

Winnie-the-Pooh as he is fondly referred to by his owner, Christopher Robin, is one of the purest characters in the Disney universe. Winnie would go through any length for a jar of honey. Pooh would go on many adventures in the books with Christopher Robin, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore the Donkey searching for friendship, fun, and, you guessed right, honey. The writer portrays Pooh as a friendly character who is loyal to his friends. He represents friendship in its most accurate form.

3. Olaf

In the famous book, Frozen, this character is such a lovable character. Created from Elsa’s magical powers, Olaf is an amiable character. Birthed from the favorite song in the movie, “Do you want to build a snowman?” Olaf became a true constant in the lives of Anna and Elsa. This fictitious character made the books and movies enjoyable; he was a true friend to Anna and Elsa, making sacrifices when necessary and always being there for them, especially in their time of need. It’s so hard to get past this gem of a book without loving Olaf, the Snowman.

4. Mulan

Who doesn’t love a story of a lady breaking barriers and boundaries to change the status quo? Well, that is precisely what makes Mulan a hit! This Chinese classical tells the story of a young lady who, through many adversities, makes a name for herself in the military ranks, becoming a heroine. The story begins with Mulan disobeying her father and joining the army to fight for her country, a forbidden act for women. She is then banished from the army camp upon discovering her gender. In the end, she saved the nation and was widely recognized. And of course, she found true love amidst all the challenges, and they lived happily ever after. This book has been passed down from generation to generation.

5. Sebastian

Sebastian is a crab that appears as one of the primary characters in Disney’s famous film – The Little Mermaid. He is a red crab with a Jamaican accent who acts as King Triton’s counselor. He is a well-known court composer, most known for his musical versions, the most well-known of which is perhaps “Under the Sea.”

Despite his position at court, he always found time to go on excursions with Princess Ariel, the youngest of the King’s daughters, and we later learn that the King assigned him the responsibility of keeping an eye on her. He is a lighthearted, engaging, and fun-loving creature that relished the numerous adventures he shared with Princess Ariel, Flounder, and Scuttle.

Now you get to pick from a thoughtful, curated list. These books have proven to be relatable over and over again. You certainly can’t go wrong with these literatures.