Rugrats in Paris Movie Tie-in Digest Novel

When Stu Pickles s Reptar invention for the Reptarland amusement park in Paris breaks, he must personally fix it Once Stu and the entire Rugrats crew jet off, the City of Light will never be the same Stu and Chas meet the sneaky and powerful head of Reptarland, Coco LaBouche, who is scheming to take over her boss s job But first she needs a husband and child Enter AngeliWhen Stu Pickles s Reptar invention for the Reptarland amusement park in Paris breaks, he must personally fix it Once Stu and the entire Rugrats crew jet off, the City of Light will never be the same Stu and Chas meet the sneaky and powerful head of Reptarland, Coco LaBouche, who is scheming to take over her boss s job But first she needs a husband and child Enter Angelica, who hatches a plan to help Coco get what she wants But when Tommy, Chuckie, Phil, Lil, and Dil discover Angelica and Coco s plan, they bravely try to rescue Chas from marrying the wrong woman Will the babies get to the church in time Will Chas get a new wife And will Chuckie get a new mom Find out in this action packed Rugrats movie adventure
Rugrats in Paris Movie Tie in Digest Novel When Stu Pickles s Reptar invention for the Reptarland amusement park in Paris breaks he must personally fix it Once Stu and the entire Rugrats crew jet off the City of Light will never be the same

  • Title: Rugrats in Paris Movie Tie-in Digest Novel
  • Author: Cathy East Dubowski Jim Durk
  • ISBN: 9780689833946
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Rugrats in Paris Movie Tie-in Digest Novel”

    1. It was cute. Being a novelization of the hit movie, it goes without saying that it was like watching the movie. Kind of. There were some differences but I didn't make a list of them. Let's just say they didn't depict everything as they were in the movie. I enjoyed it in the sense that Rugrats was much better than some of the other nicktoons from today. There was one big OOPS though LoL. On one page, it says that Kimi joined Tommy, Chuckie, Phil & Lil into the big Reptar. Then, maybe two page [...]

    2. Rugrats in Paris: The Movie Novelisation does exactly what it is supposed to. It acts as a supplement to actually watching the movie itself. Granted, the language and sentences used are quite juvenile and very suited for a child, the book entertained me as much as it should have. While it was not fantastic, it was nice replaying over the events of the movie. I love Rugrats, and I will not shy away from admitting that. The book is really quick to read, (1-2 hours) so I think it's worth that littl [...]

    3. Another case of someone slapping a favorite children's character on the cover of a book and hoping it will sell. A weak story and nothing my avid reader finds engaging.

    4. I loved this book so much when I read it, I used to adore the rugrats, and so I remember that I fell in love with this book and with its pictures. ^^ Just 14 years ago

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