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Ballet Dreams (Barbie)

By: Random House
illustrated by: Random House

Girls ages 4 to 6 will love learning to read with this Step 2 reader based on the Barbie's latest direct-to-DVD release.

Sweethearts in the Snow

By: RH Disney

Celebrate the snowy season with the Disney princesses! Bake a sweet winter treat with Belle and build a big frosty snowman with Jasmine as these delightful characters come to life in two original stories....

Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland (Disney Alice in Wonderland)

By: RH Disney
illustrated by: RH Disney

Based on Walt Disney's animated classic, this vintage Little Golden Book from 1951 retells the story of Alice’s wild adventures in Wonderland.

101 Dalmatians

By: RH Disney

Disney’s animated classic 101 Dalmatians is retold in this 24-page, full-color storybook. The action-packed adventure tells the tale of the adorable Dalmatian puppies and Cruella De Vil, the evil...

Friends for a Princess (Disney Princess)

By: RH Disney

This simple Step 1 tells the story of Snow White and her wonderful friendship with the Seven Dwarfs. Young readers will love getting to know each dwarf and finding out the character traits that make him...

Pooh's Honey Tree

By: Isabel Gaines

Pooh is out of honey! So he develops a plan to float up to a beehive with a balloon. He pretends he’s just a little black rain cloud, but the bees aren’t so sure. Will Pooh get some honey in...

Cinderella's Countdown to the Ball

By: RH Disney

What will happen when the Prince finds one glass slipper? Count with Cinderella from one Fairy Godmother to the clock striking twelve in this Step 1 Step into Reading book.Step 1 early readers have big...

102 Dalmatians: A Read-Aloud Storybook

By: RH Disney

The complete retelling of favorite Disney movies in a true read-aloud style.

Summer of the Monkeys

By: Wilson Rawls

The last thing a fourteen-year-old boy expects to find along an old Ozark river bottom is a tree full of monkeys. Jay Berry Lee's grandpa had an explanation, of course--as he did for most things. The monkeys...


So Shelly

By: Ty Roth

Gordon Byron and John Keats are only passing high school acquaintances until their dead friend, Michelle “Shelly” Shelley, brings them together. Orphaned Keats lives with his dying brother...