It is very common for books to be adapted into films, but we also love it when original films make room for the publication of incredible new books. In The Incredibles 2, the iconic Edna took care of Zezé for one night, where she managed to find out more about the baby’s powers, but that night’s adventures were not shown in the film.
With that in mind, an illustrated book was released in the United States to show what the film did not address. The publication is from Disney Storybooks in partnership with Pixar, with art by the incredible illustrator Sarah Hernandez and under the title Babysitting Mode, in free translation as “Babysitting Mode”, but which, in English, is still a pun on the name of Edna , Mode.
Check out some pages of the book:
Launched in May, the book has 24 pages and is mainly suitable for children aged 3 to 7 years, containing many images and little text, but nothing prevents other audiences from falling in love with its history. The book has not yet been released in Brazil and there is no preview, but it can be purchased in English by Amazon for around R $ 25.00 + international shipping.
In The Incredibles 2, Bob Parr, who has already saved the world in the shoes of the Incredible Lord with his superpowered family, now lives a routine life using baby Zezé, while his wife, Helen, is the one who saves the universe as the Woman -Elastic. Released on June 28, it is still available in some cinemas.
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