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* SliceOfLife: The books deal with daily lives of Anna, Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven post-''Frozen'', and [[StatusQuoIsGod nothing changes much]].


* LimitedWardrobe: Despite being queen, Elsa's entire wardrobe seems to consist of only her one ice dress. This is a trend that also applies to comics, though not to official shorts such as "WesternAnimation/FrozenFever" and "WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure".

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* LimitedWardrobe: Despite being queen, Elsa's entire wardrobe seems to consist of only her one ice dress. This is a trend that also applies to comics, though not to official shorts such as "WesternAnimation/FrozenFever" ''WesternAnimation/FrozenFever'' and "WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure".''WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure''.


* LimitedWardrobe: Despite being queen, Elsa's entire wardrobe seems to consist of only her one ice dress. This is a trend that also applies to comics, though not to official shorts such as ''Disney/FrozenFever'' and ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure''.

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* LimitedWardrobe: Despite being queen, Elsa's entire wardrobe seems to consist of only her one ice dress. This is a trend that also applies to comics, though not to official shorts such as ''Disney/FrozenFever'' "WesternAnimation/FrozenFever" and ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure''."WesternAnimation/OlafsFrozenAdventure".


* HatesBeingTouched: Elsa still shows signs of this, such as when she flinched when a man kissed her hand.

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* HatesBeingTouched: Elsa still shows signs of this, such as when she flinched flinches when a man kissed kisses her hand.

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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The pastry shop Anna and Elsa visit in ''All Hail the Queen'' is called Florian's Famous Flangendorfers.


* BroadStrokes: Like ''A Frozen Heart'', these books' canonicity with the film is iffy, since the makers of ''Frozen'' aren't involved with them.


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* SchrodingersCanon: Like ''A Frozen Heart'', these books' canonicity with the film is iffy, since the makers of ''Frozen'' aren't involved with them.

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* AmbiguouslyBi: Anna's suspects for Elsa's "secret admirer" include both male and female candidates, and nobody thinks anything of it.


* {{Celibate Hero}}ine: ''The Secret Admirer'' shows that Elsa isn't against being in a romantic relationship, but she's more interested in running her kingdom and spending time with her sister.
* DramaticIrony: In a sense that would require reading ''A Frozen Heart''. The only time Hans is ever brought up is ''The Secret Admirer'', where the sisters and Olaf react to mentioning him with disgust. This proves they are still unaware of what became of him or the goings-on of the Southern Isles.

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* {{Celibate Hero}}ine: ''The Secret Admirer'' shows that Elsa isn't against being in a romantic relationship, but she's more interested in running her kingdom and spending time with her sister.
* DramaticIrony:
In a sense that would require reading ''A Frozen Heart''. The only time Hans is ever brought up is ''The Secret Admirer'', where the sisters and Olaf react Elsa isn't oblivious to mentioning him with disgust. This proves they are still unaware of what became of him or the goings-on of the Southern Isles.romantic overtures, but she's not currently interested.



* StatusQuoIsGod: Practically every single stories ended up turning everything back to normal by the end. For example, every rumor of supernatural phenomena turns out to be false, Anna doesn't get her memories back, and Kristoff probably isn't going to lose his livelihood to automation.

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* StatusQuoIsGod: Practically every single stories ended up turning story ends with everything going back to normal by the end. For example, every rumor of supernatural phenomena turns out to be false, Anna doesn't get her memories back, and Kristoff probably isn't going to lose his livelihood to automation.


* DramaticIrony: In a sense that would require reading ''A Frozen Heart''. The only time Hans is ever brought up is ''The Secret Admirer'', where the sisters and Olaf react to mentioning him with disgust. This proves they are still unaware of what became of him or just what exactly happens in the Southern Isles.

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* DramaticIrony: In a sense that would require reading ''A Frozen Heart''. The only time Hans is ever brought up is ''The Secret Admirer'', where the sisters and Olaf react to mentioning him with disgust. This proves they are still unaware of what became of him or just what exactly happens in the goings-on of the Southern Isles.


''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on Disney's ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' franchise. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film. They also delve into the characters more.

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[[caption-width-right:250:Cover of the second installment, ''Memory and Magic'']]
''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on Disney's Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' franchise. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film. They also delve into the characters more.


Compare to ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'', a book adaptation of the film aimed at older fans that also delves into Prince Hans's backstory, and ''Literature/FrozenASisterMoreLikeMe'', a picture book based on the film.

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Compare to ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'', a book adaptation of the film aimed at older fans that also delves into Prince Hans's backstory, and ''Literature/FrozenASisterMoreLikeMe'', ''Literature/ASisterMoreLikeMe'', a picture book based on the film.


''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on Disney's ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' franchise. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film and delve into the characters more.

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''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on Disney's ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' franchise. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film and film. They also delve into the characters more.



Compare to ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'', a book adaptation of the film aimed at older fans that also delves into Prince Hans's backstory.

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Compare to ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'', a book adaptation of the film aimed at older fans that also delves into Prince Hans's backstory.
backstory, and ''Literature/FrozenASisterMoreLikeMe'', a picture book based on the film.


''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on Disney's ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' series. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film and delve into the characters more.

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''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on Disney's ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' series.franchise. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film and delve into the characters more.


''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on the Disney film ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film and delve into the characters more.

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''Anna & Elsa: Sisterhood is the Strongest Magic'' is a series of children's chapter books based on the Disney film ''Disney/{{Frozen}}''.Disney's ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' series. While dubiously canon (like all Disney extended media), they give at minimum semi-canon events after the film and delve into the characters more.


* BroadStrokes: Like ''A Frozen Heart'', these books' canonicity with the film is iffy, since the makers of Frozen aren't involved with them.
* CelibateHeroine: ''The Secret Admirer'' shows that Elsa isn't against being in a romantic relationship, but she's more interested in running her kingdom and spending time with her sister.

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* BroadStrokes: Like ''A Frozen Heart'', these books' canonicity with the film is iffy, since the makers of Frozen ''Frozen'' aren't involved with them.
* CelibateHeroine: {{Celibate Hero}}ine: ''The Secret Admirer'' shows that Elsa isn't against being in a romantic relationship, but she's more interested in running her kingdom and spending time with her sister.

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