The Jungle Book 2

Walt Disney Company - 2002
    brings back the characters from The Jungle Book.

Disney's Pooh's Grand Adventure The Search for Christopher Robin (A Little Golden Book)

Justine Korman - 1997
    When they can't find Christopher Robin, Pooh and his friends undertake a perilous search for him, and learn they're smarter, braver, and more loyal than they ever dreamed they'd be.

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Teddy Slater - 1991
    Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is retold in the classic Little Golden Book format.

Walt Disney's Peter Pan

Eugene Bradley Coco - 1960
    It is a must for any children's book collection.

Dumbo, the Flying Elephant

Helen Aberson - 1941
    Anyway, this particular Spring was. There was a new baby lion, a new baby zebra, a baby bear, a baby hippopotamus, a baby camel, a baby giraffe and a new baby elephant. Everyone made a great fuss over the baby elephant because he was the cutest of all. His Mother Ella was very proud of him. She caressed him with her trunk while she listened to the other elephants praise him."The Disney feature film Dumbo originated with a story by Helen Aberson and Harold Pearl... and it appeared as a Roll-A-Book. A Roll-A-Book was a distinctive format -- It featured about a dozen illustrations which appeared on a short scroll that was built into a box and the reader would twist a small wheel at the top of the box to get to the next panel illustration. Apparently no known copies of this original Roll-A-Book survive today... Shortly after the Roll-A-Book version, the story and illustrations were reprinted in a regular book edition of no more than one thousand copies.(Information adapted from Jim Hill Media.)

The Bunny Book

Patricia M. Scarry - 1955
    But the baby only nibbles on his carrot and looks wise . . . for he knows what he will grow up to be!

The Poky Little Puppy

Janette Sebring Lowrey - 1942
    Now this curious little puppy is ready to win the hearts and minds of a new generation of kids.

Walt Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentice (A Little Golden Book)

Don Ferguson - 1994
    Apprenticed to a sorcerer, Mickey Mouse tries to use magic to save himself some work.

The Shy Little Kitten

Cathleen Schurr - 1946
    The Shy Little Kitten, with illustrations by the renowned Gustaf Tenggren.

Christopher Robin Gives Pooh a Party (Winnie-the-Pooh story books)

A.A. Milne - 1988
    Eeyore thinks the party must be for him, and the present too, but nobody listens to poor Eeyore. This book is part of a series of "Winnie-the-Pooh" story books.

Brother Bear

Lisa Ann Marsoli - 2003
    The youngest brother, Kenai, vows to avenge his brother's death in spite of the totem and counsel he is given by the village elder: "Let love guide your actions." But Kenai scorns this notion: "You really think love has anything to do with being a man?" he cries. When he finally encounters the bear, however, something strange happens. Kenai is blinded by shafts of light, and spirit animals surround him. Suddenly, the boy becomes a bear--and his one remaining brother Denahi is hunting him! It takes a friendship with a bear cub and a long journey for Kenai-bear to finally embrace the true meaning of his totem. Whether they see the movie or not, children will enjoy this Disney storybook, with its surprisingly lovely illustrations and simplified narrative. It's likely the book will inspire readers to see the movie for the full dramatic effects--and then use the book to relive the action. (Ages 5 to 8) --Emilie Coulter

It's Time to Sleep, My Love

Eric Metaxas - 2008
    Animals who live in the jungle, the forest, the sea--all whisper to their babies a soft refrain: It's time to sleep, my love.As comforting as a soft blanket and warm as a goodnight hug, Eric Metaxas's lullaby is lovingly brought to life by bestselling artist Nancy Tillman (On the Night You Were Born), whose illustrations celebrate the wonders of the natural world, and the bonds of family.It's Time to Sleep, My Love is a 2009 Bank Street - Best Children's Book of the Year.

Paddington Bear

Michael Bond - 1972
    Carrying a battered suitcase containing several jars of marmalade, and wearing a tag around his neck that read Please Look after This Bear, he stowed away on a ship and landed in Londons Paddington Station. As luck would have it, the Brown family found him, named him Paddington, and welcomed him to their home and into the hearts of millions of readers.Since 1958, Paddington Bear has charmed readers worldwide with his humorous misadventures. In celebration of Paddingtons 40th birthday, Michael Bonds original story of Paddington Bear has been beautifully reillustrated by artist R.W. Alley.

Where's Spot?

Eric Hill - 1980
    The simple text and colourful pictures will engage a whole new generation of pre-readers as they lift the picture flaps in search of Spot. A number 1 bestseller since it was first published in 1980, this interactive favourite has stayed in the charts ever since.

The Perfect Tea Party (Disney Junior: Sofia the First)

Andrea Posner-Sanchez - 2013
    Living in a castle and attending school at Royal Prep takes some getting used to, but Sofia has lots of helpers including Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather! This Little Golden Book retells an episode of the Disney Junior show in which Sofia hosts her first royal tea party.