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The Story of the Nutcracker Ballet

By: Diane Goode

Illus. in full color. The magic of the beloved ballet is captured in this affordable edition. Art by a Caldecott Honor Book artist complements a succinct narration that is ideal for young children.  From...

Little Golden Book Favorites #1

By: Golden Books

THREE ALL-TIME FAVORITE Little Golden Books (The Poky Little Puppy, The Saggy Baggy Elephant, and Scuffy the Tugboat) are gathered together in this sweet mini-treasury. At a retail price of $5.99, this...

Bambi (Disney Bambi)

By: Golden Books
illustrated by: Walt Disney Studio

Classic Disney illustrations from the 1940s make this Little Golden Book retelling of an all-time favorite a keeper for Disney and Little Golden Book collectors alike!


Seven Little Postmen

By: Golden Books

This lively poem by the author of Goodnight Moon tells the tale of one little boy’s letter. What happens after the boy drops it into the mailbox? How does it get to his grandma’s house? Children...

Scuffy the Tugboat

By: Gertrude Crampton
Illustrated by: Tibor Gergely

My Father's Dragon

By: Ruth Stiles Gannett

When Elmer Elevator hears about the plight of an overworked and underappreciated baby flying dragon, he stows away on a ship and travels to Wild Island to rescue the dragon.This book has been selected...


Bambi (Disney Bambi)

By: Golden Books
illustrated by: Walt Disney Studio

Classic Disney illustrations from the 1940s make this Little Golden Book retelling of an all-time favorite a keeper for Disney and Little Golden Book collectors alike!

The Happy Man and His Dump Truck

By: Golden Books
Illustrated by: Tibor Gergely

A happy man thrills a group of farm animals when he takes them for a joy ride in his dump truck. This book is a true classic illustrated by the inimitable Tibor Gergely.

The House that Jack Built

By: Golden Books
Illustrated by: J.P. Miller

This Rollicking rhyme tells the story of a very important house—the house that Jack built—around which wacky things happen to animals and people alike! It’s a shining example of how one...