On Club Penguin, kids can take a test to make their penguin a Secret Agent; then, they go on a series of exciting, simulated missions! In this “top secret” guide, Secret Agent G tells readers about their missions and the gadgets they can use to keep Club Penguin safe and sound. Plus, they’ll visit Secret Agent headquarters!
The Top 6 Ways The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids Can Help You Have the Perfect Trip: Comments and tips on Walt Disney World from surveys of more than 12,500 families Advice on how to prepare mentally, physically, and logistically for your ideal Walt Disney World vacation Information on which attractions frighten kids and why When to go, where to stay, and how to beat the crowds [Read More]
The three little pigs have never looked so cute and the big bad wolf never looked so bad in this retelling of the classic fairy tale! Vintage Disney artwork from the 1940s makes this book an important addition to every Little Golden Book collector’s library.
Mater is up to his old tricks again, with three new tall tales in one fantastic hardcover storybook for boys ages 3 to 7! Mater tells Lightning McQueen how he started a heavy metal band, became a hot-rod racer in Tokyo, and had a close encounter with a UFO! This follow-up to Mater's Tall Tales is a must-have for all fans of Disney•Pixar's Cars and Cars Toons.
Peter Pan and his fairy friend Tinker Bell are back in this vintage Little Golden Book! Featuring gorgeous illustrations from 1952, this children's classic is being reissued just in time for the release of Walt Disney's Peter Pan Platinum Edition DVD.
Look and Find: Disney Princess allows children to explore the worlds of their favorite Disney Princesses as they come alive in extra-busy, extra-enchanting scenes. Children ages 4 to 7 can search eight colorful, imaginative pictures from their favorite stories for dozens of hidden characters and objects. Children can have fun and develop their powers of observation with Cinderella, Belle, and more in this beautifully illustrated picture book. Children will delight in seeking out cleverly hidden fairy tale characters and everyday items such as food, toys, and jewelry in each vividly drawn scene. Look-and-find items are presented via heartwarming diary entries[Read More]
An out-of-print collector's item since 1986, the definitive account of the development of Disney animation explains what made Disney's style unique and features original sketches and drawings revealing the origins of Mickey and the rest. National ad/promo.
Sure, it's the Happiest Place on Earth, but how much do the 45 million-plus people who visit the Disney World theme parks annually really know about it? From where to find all the hidden Mickeys to the truth behind Madame Leota's ring at the Haunted Mansion, readers learn all about the hidden magic that permeates these fabulous resorts in this tell-all handbook. Readers also get the insider's take on:The smell of home-baked cookies on Main Street in the Magic KingdomThe Fountain of World Friendship in Epcot that contains water from rivers and oceans around the globeWalt Disney's opening day speech[Read More]
The "Beauty and the Beast" legend has a universal appeal; the fairy tale exists in numerous versions throughout the world. In the West, it's best known from the 17th and 18th French versions, which Walt Disney considered animating during the late 1930s. Disney gave up on the idea, as he felt the original story was too claustrophobic and lacking in action.Reapproached in the 1980s, Beauty and the Beast had several false starts. It was originally conceived as an 18th century period piece, directed by the British husband-and-wife team of Richard and Jill Purdum. After some changes, two new directors, Kirk Wise[Read More]