‘Animated Cartoon’ with the ‘Dancing Baby’ on the cover is the perfect antidote to ‘the real world’

Cartoonist J.K. Rowling has a new cartoon that tackles “the real-world” in a fun way.

It’s the first time a child’s face has appeared in a story since Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, but the Disney-Pixar animated film has the ability to get children up to speed quickly and is an ideal choice for children who may not be able to read, write or do math.

“It’s a really good cartoon that takes the audience through an interesting period in the life of a little girl,” Rowling told The Associated Press.

“I think it is a very appropriate and funny way of putting it.

It’s a nice, simple thing to do.

It feels like it is going to be the new normal for children.”

It’s not the first animated book that has addressed “the world,” and it certainly won’t be the last.

It comes as Rowling and her team at Disney continue to work on a sequel to the critically acclaimed Harry Potter series, which is due to hit theaters in 2020.

The first film is set in the magical world of Hogwarts, the school of magic in the wizarding world.

It also comes after the film and book franchises have been a hit with audiences, with sales in the U.S. topping $2.3 billion.

Rowling said the first book, “Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone,” “started out really strong,” but now “people are starting to pick up on what the new Harry Potter is and what it means for the world.”

She said the sequel “will continue to have a very different feel to it.”

It also marks the latest step in the continued evolution of the popular books.

The Disney-owned studio, which also produced “Frozen” and “Star Wars,” recently released a second animated film, “The Jungle Book,” that is set for release next year.

It was a particularly interesting time for children’s books when Disney acquired Lucasfilm and created the new “Star Trek” franchise.

It has produced a number of new animated books and movies, including “The Book of Mormon,” “Divergent,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Mulan” and the “X-Men” franchise, and Rowling said she was “really excited” about “Star War: Episode IX.”