Could it be that we were too quick to assume that ROTG Tooth Fairy was the same fairy as GoC Toothiana? 

Please consider the following posts that William Joyce has made on instagram
here and here  and tell me, doesn’t movie Tooth resemble Vanish more than book Toothiana??? 

The tooth fairy has a little sister. Her name is Vanish. She’s kind of wild and drives Jack crazy. But in a way he can’t quite figure out. She’s very fun and very brave but she gives him such grief. 

-William Joyce

alsodoesthismeanmyshipiscanon???

I tried mixing both designs for Vanish

EVERYONE QUIET DOWN AND LISTEN:


I was just going through amazon and checked out the newest book of the Guardians of Childhood saga and I almost had a heart attack.

The new material from William Joyce is: Jack Frost (The Guardians of Childhood). And as I was going over the details of the book when I saw this:

Before Jack Frost was Jack Frost, he was Nightlight, the most trusted and valiant companion of Mim, the Man in the Moon. But when Pitch destroys Mim’s world, he nearly destroys Nightlight too, sending him plunging to Earth where, like Peter Pan, he is destined to remain forever a boy, frozen in time. And while Nightlight has fun sailing icy winds and surfing clouds, he is also lonely without his friend Mim. To keep the cold in his heart from taking over, he spreads it to the landscapes around him and earns a new name: Jack Overland Frost.
But a true friend always comes through, and on one particularly bleak night, Mim shines down and shows Jack a group of children in great peril. Through helping them, Jack finds the warmth he’s been yearning for, and realizes bringing joy to others can melt his own chill. It is this realization—that there will always be children who need moments of bravery, who need rosy cheeks, who need to build snowmen, and who are then eager for a spring day—that makes Jack realize why he is a forever boy, and worthy of becoming a Guardian of Childhood.


I KID YOU NOT GO CHECK THE BOOK DESCRIPTION YOURSELF

WHAT THE HELL? MY MIND CANNOT FOLLOW. The fifth book of the saga isn’t even out yet!

William Joyce are you telling me that I have to wait till 2016 to get any explanation of this? DO YOU WANT TO KILL ME?!

Then what was the back story in the ROTG movie of Jack’s memories. Did Nightlight reincarnated into Jack? What about Nightlight’s and Jack’s powers? Then what happened to Katherine?

UGH, HOW DO I EVEN SHIP STUFF NOW?!

Look at the cover and pay attention to Jack’s shadow!

*MIND EXPLODES*

0_o
Somebody tell me what just happened

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I see a lot of people mixing Guardians of Childhood books with the Rise of the Guardians movie, and I’m totally into that, I love it when people do that, 

but the books and movie are actually pretty different. I wanted to make a fine line between what is in the books, and what is in the movie. That way, people won’t get confused or we can look at things from a different perspective. 

I probably have left out a lot, and maybe forgotten a few things, but these are just the basics. 

There are still a few books yet to come out for The Guardians of Childhood, so we don’t have full confirmation for a lot of things. 

As for the movie, I really don’t see a sequel happening anytime soon, so I just went with the information we were given. 

Otherwise, feel free to use this as a reference for any art or fan fictions you guys want to make! Any questions? Go ahead and ask~ <3 

~~~~Guardians of Childhood VS Rise of the guardians ~~~~

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Guardians of Childhood Jack Frost

ISBN: 978-1442430433
Released Date: October 27, 2015
Publisher:  Atheneum Books for Young Readers
Pages: 48
Author: William Joyce

Discover how Jack Frost keeps the hearts of children happy in the third picture book in Academy Award winner William Joyce’s New York Times bestselling and “dazzlingly inventive” (Publishers Weekly) The Guardians of Childhood series.

Before Jack Frost was Jack Frost, he was Nightlight, the most trusted and valiant companion of Mim, the Man in the Moon. But when Pitch destroys Mim’s world, he nearly destroys Nightlight too, sending him plunging to Earth where, like Peter Pan, he is destined to remain forever a boy, frozen in time. And while Nightlight has fun sailing icy winds and surfing clouds, he is also lonely without his friend Mim. To keep the cold in his heart from taking over, he spreads it to the landscapes around him and earns a new name: Jack Overland Frost.

But a true friend always comes through, and on one particularly bleak night, Mim shines down and shows Jack a group of children in great peril. Through helping them, Jack finds the warmth he’s been yearning for, and realizes bringing joy to others can melt his own chill. It is this realization—that there will always be children who need moments of bravery, who need rosy cheeks, who need to build snowmen, and who are then eager for a spring day—that makes Jack realize why he is a forever boy, and worthy of becoming a Guardian of Childhood.

It’s about time I finished this xD

I was motivated by the Siren soundtrack from the movie: Sinbad and the Seven Seas

I have a thought Nightmare Toothiana has the ability of the opposite of remembering memories; making children forget who they are, and as they grow up, their childhood is just a past, no meaning to them at all as they just work to live in a boring life of some sort.If not remembering their childhood, how could they dream on? Search for who they want to be?. 

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Now to draw more scenes from my favorite frostbite fanfic

AW YIS.

Tracks listened to while painting:

  • Sirens (from Sinbad and the seven seas)
  • Poor Unfortunate Souls (from the Little Mermaid)
  • Toxic love (from Ferngully, female cover)
  • Madness (from Alice: Madness Returns)

★Sophie

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We will watch over the children of Earth,
Guide them safely from the ways of harm,
Keep happy their hearts, brave their souls, and rosy their cheeks,
We will guard with our lives their hopes and dreams,
For they are all that we have, all that we are,
And all that we will ever be.

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 Rise of the Guardians II: Storybook.

   

   [PART 1/5]

     A Personal Project exploring what could happen after the first Rise of the Guardians film, based upon both the content of the film as well as the Novels and Picture Books by William Joyce. Some knowledge of this content is necessary to understand the project fully, though some key story points are explained within the project. The full story is extensive and so is split into 5 posts.      All Rise of the Guardians and Guardians of Childhood characters are the property of Dreamworks and William Joyce, respectively.       Please enjoy.    

 — Nox

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

It breaks my heart that William Joyce lost his daughter. She was only 18 when she died. Though “technically” an adult, she was Mr. Joyce’s little girl. Whom he created the Guardians stories for when she asked if Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny knew each other. This story may never have come to be if not for her simple childhood wonder and she was never even able to see the movie that has now touched thousands.

I think she should share in the thanks for helping to inspire such a beloved story we have quickly come to cherish.

Rest in Peace Mary Katherine. The Guardians are watching over you.

(art orginally by www.strixmoonwing.tumblr.com)

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Thanks to everyone who came out to Abilene to celebrate the Children’s Art & Literacy Festival! During the festival, six new Guardians sculptures were unveiled, including Jack Frost, Nicholas St. North, Toothiana, E. Aster Bunnymund, Sandman and Man in the Moon. The exhibit “William Joyce: Guardian of Childhood” will be presented at the National Center for Children’s Illustrated Literature until September 27.

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I may not be handsome or rich like my namesake, but I like to think I’m at least a little bit clever. Love at first page, Day 2 of the February challenge by @journaling-junkie. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by William Joyce is an illustrated short story and one of the most beautiful and touching stories I have ever read. I think everyone should read it.