Frozen: The Cinestory is a graphic adaptation of Frozen, using screenshots from the movie, with dialogue bubbles, captions containing descriptions of what is happening, and words for the sound effects superimposed on the screenshots. The songs are replaced with new dialogue of the characters speaking or what they are thinking, to match what was in the song itself. For example, in place of "Let It Go", Elsa talks about how she never meant for this to happen, how she tried to be good, and discovers that she can be free.

The book features a nine-page "Behind the Scenes" written by Leonard Maltin that traces the development of the movie and discusses what had made the movie so special. It also includes brief descriptions of seven of the major characters.