‘Frozen’ Tops Amazon’s List of Bestselling Kids’ Titles Since 2001


Disney’s Oscar-winning animated pic “Frozen” was just released on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, but based on pre-order sales alone, it has already iced out the competition and landed the top spot on Amazon.com’s list of bestselling kids’ titles since 2001.

The list includes several other popular recent releases like “Despicable Me 2,” “Brave” and four installments from the Harry Potter franchise as well as classic titles such as “The Wizard of Oz,” “The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Little Mermaid.”

“Frozen” took home the Academy Awards for best animated feature and original song, and its sales are expected rise now that the film is available for immediate purchase.

Here is Amazon’s complete list of bestselling kids’ titles since 2001:

1.       “Frozen”

2.       “Despicable Me”

3.       “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince”

4.       “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I”

5.       “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II”

6.       “The Wizard of Oz”

7.       “Up”

8.       “Despicable Me 2”

9.       “Toy Story 3”

10.   “Cars”

11.   “Finding Nemo”

12.   “Wall-E”

13.   “Tangled”

14.   “Brave”

15.   “The Lion King”

16.   “Beauty and the Beast”

17.   “Polar Express”

18.   “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix”

19.   “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”

20.   “Ratatouille”

21.   “Monsters, Inc.”

22.   “How to Train Your Dragon”

23.   “The Little Mermaid”

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  1. vincent says:

    I don’t think I’ll ever watch it. I’m not a fan of musicals

  2. prebfgh says:

    While a decent film and I’ll probably buy it eventually since I’m a collector of Disney films, it’s highly overrated and predictable to me. And yes the ending was predictable, I mean did you see how far away the guy was? It skips over so many things after introducing them that they could’ve explored. Still not in the class of Toy Story, Up, Lion King, FINDING NEMO, etc. IMO of course. It just came out in a weak year of Animation.

    • Pixworks says:

      For just Disney, its a pretty good job. Frozen finally proved that Disney on their own can make Pixar-quality stuff. 2013 wasn’t exactly a weak year of animation, sure there was Turbo, Free Birds, and Planes, but there was some good stuff like Monsters University, Despicable Me 2, and Frozen. But I admit, Wreck-It Ralph is on the same level of greatness as Frozen in just about every way, and that came out in a rather weak year for animation. I do agree though that the characters should of had more development (specially the troll characters), but overall, Frozen is still a great effort from Disney, and I hope they continue to improve.

  3. TM says:

    Just imagine if they had made a domestic 3D version! I, and quite a few other people, have resorted to buying the UK region free version since they refuse to release the 3D domestically (waiting until Christmas to get people to double dip).

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