A Sister More Like Me is a book that explores the relationship between Elsa and Anna, based on Frozen.


Explore a wintery world of magic in Walt Disney Animation Studio's latest film, Frozen. This jacketed picture book features an original story about Anna and Elsa, the film's two sisters, as well as illustrations by one of the artists who worked on the film.


Anna and Elsa used to be close as sisters, but they started to drift apart because of Elsa's magic. Throughout the book, Anna and Elsa show their different personalities - such as Anna being the Meet-And-Greet princess, and Elsa being the quiet introvert. Eventually, both Anna and Elsa fantasize what would it be like to have a sister more like themselves, hence the title, "A Sister More Like Me".

When Anna discovers what Elsa could do with her powers, she questions herself if she really wanted a sister just like herself. Likewise, Anna taught Elsa how love and be free, and Elsa also wondered if she really did want a sister like her.

In the end, Elsa and Anna don't wish for sisters more like themselves. They embrace their differences, and each girl is happy to be herself, and most importantly, be themselves together.


  • The illustrator Brittney Lee was a concept art designer for Frozen.
  • Anna's childhood dolls can be seen in her room, along with her coronation dress and the ribbons that she wore in her hair.
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