Wreck-It Ralph: The Junior Novelization
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Disney's Wreck-It Ralph is a computer-animated feature film about a video game villain who wants nothing more than to be the good guy for a change. But when Ralph finally gets his chance, he discovers that being the hero isn't as easy as it looks. Soon the entire video game world is at stake, and if Ralph doesn't play to win, it could mean "Game Over" for every game in the arcade! This Junior Novelization retells the whole action-packed story for readers ages 8-12 and features eight pages of full-color scenes from the movie.
everything I touch?” Felix moaned. Just then, Ralph burst through the wall. “Felix!” he shouted, dumping the broken pieces of Vanellope’s kart at his feet. Felix threw his arms around Ralph. “Oh, Ralph! I’m so glad to see you. Wait—no, I’m not. What do you have to say for yourself?” Felix said, looking at the mangled parts at his feet. “What is that?” “It’s a go-kart,” Ralph replied. “I wrecked it. You have to fix it.” “I don’t have to do boo!” Felix told him. “Do you have any idea what
for the finish line. “Woohoo! I did it!” she yelled happily. “Bring it home, kid!” Ralph shouted. “Finish line’s wide open!” But as Vanellope drew close to the end, cy-bugs were everywhere. Vanellope screamed as she crashed into a bug that burst out of the ground in front of her. The bug turned, ready to attack. Ralph ran to Vanellope and scooped her up. The arena was full of bugs now, and the finish line was collapsing. “Oh no,” Felix said, as the finish line disappeared entirely. “I can’t
open. We’ve all got to get back to our games. So let’s move out!” Calhoun and Felix headed for the spaceship, but Ralph didn’t budge. He and Vanellope looked at each other. Then she ran into his arms and hugged him tight. “You know, you could just stay here and live in the castle,” she said to Ralph. “You’d have your own wing where no one would ever complain about your stench or treat you bad ever again. You could be happy.” Ralph smiled. “I’m already happy,” he said, hugging her back,
Meanwhile, in the real world, the little gap-toothed girl who had been playing the game made a beeline from Hero’s Duty to another game called Sugar Rush. She stared at the game’s opening screen, which featured a selection of nine colorful racers and candylike letters that read RANDOM ROSTER. NEW RACERS DAILY. She smiled. “Sweet!” She started to put her quarter on the machine to reserve the next game, but two bigger kids nudged her out of the way. “Go away, kid,” they told her. “We’re playing
generals saluted him. The game narrator announced, “Congratulations, soldier! You are the universe’s greatest hero.” Ralph stood tall and puffed out his chest proudly. He couldn’t help thinking of all the wonderful things that were going to happen to him now that he had a medal. But as Ralph shifted his stance, one of his feet hit an egg. “Oopsie,” he said as the egg tipped over and smashed open. A baby cy-bug tumbled out. It looked up at Ralph. Then it jumped onto his face. “AH!” Ralph