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Disney Parks Little Golden Book Library (Disney Classic)

It's a Small World, The Haunted Mansion, Jungle Cruise, The Orange Bird, Space Mountain

Author Various
Illustrated by RH Disney
Boxed Set (Hardcover)
$29.95 US
6.75"W x 8.13"H x 0.97"D   | 21 oz | 10 per carton
On sale May 10, 2022 | 120 Pages | 978-0-7364-4315-9
Age 2-5 years | Up to Kindergarten
Five Little Golden Books based on Disneyland and Disney World park attractions–collected in one gorgeous boxed set!
 
This Little Golden Book Library features stories about attractions and characters from the iconic Disney parks: 
—It’s a Small World
—The Haunted Mansion
—Jungle Cruise
—The Orange Bird
—Space Mountain


With five Little Golden Books together in one boxed set, this magical collection is perfect for young readers ages 2 to 5 as well as Disney Parks fans of all ages!
The improbable life story of Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904) included a peculiarly gothic childhood in Ireland during which he was successively abandoned by his mother, his father and his guardian; two decades in the United States, where he worked as a journalist and was sacked for marrying a former slave; and a long period in Japan, where he married a Japanese woman and wrote about Japanese society and aesthetics for a Western readership. His ghost stories, which were drawn from Japanese folklore and influenced by Buddhist beliefs, appeared in collections throughout the 1890s and 1900s. He is a much celebrated figure in Japan. View titles by Various

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Five Little Golden Books based on Disneyland and Disney World park attractions–collected in one gorgeous boxed set!
 
This Little Golden Book Library features stories about attractions and characters from the iconic Disney parks: 
—It’s a Small World
—The Haunted Mansion
—Jungle Cruise
—The Orange Bird
—Space Mountain


With five Little Golden Books together in one boxed set, this magical collection is perfect for young readers ages 2 to 5 as well as Disney Parks fans of all ages!

Author

The improbable life story of Lafcadio Hearn (1850-1904) included a peculiarly gothic childhood in Ireland during which he was successively abandoned by his mother, his father and his guardian; two decades in the United States, where he worked as a journalist and was sacked for marrying a former slave; and a long period in Japan, where he married a Japanese woman and wrote about Japanese society and aesthetics for a Western readership. His ghost stories, which were drawn from Japanese folklore and influenced by Buddhist beliefs, appeared in collections throughout the 1890s and 1900s. He is a much celebrated figure in Japan. View titles by Various