Ralph Breaks the Internet: The Junior Novelization is a children's chapter book adaption of Ralph Breaks the Internet that was adapted by Suzanne Francis and published by Random House Children's Books. Being a junior novelization, it's the story of the second movie with some small changes like the real life video game characters names not being mentioned, just a brief description that you can't mistake as to who they are (most likely for copyright reasons) and having an additional scene of Ralph paying for the steering wheel at eBay.
- "Disney's Ralph Breaks the Internet brings back everyone's favorite video-game characters in a hilarious, high-speed sequel! Join Vanellope and Ralph as they explore the wacky world of the Internet! This junior novelization based on the movie retells the whole fun-filled story and features eight full-color pages!"
- ―From the back of the book