Walt Disney’s Story Land

Disney Story Land

On my sixth birthday, my mom gave me a copy of Walt Disney’s Story Land which quickly became one of my most beloved books. Story Land is a classic collection of Disney stories which was published by Golden Press from 1962-1999, and is now out of print. I still have my copy, and am proud to say that it is in excellent condition. There are 55 stories in this book, most of which are original Disney stories, but I always knew that Ugly Duckling was a Hans Christian Anderson story, and that Disney merely wrote an adaptation of the original Anderson tale.

Here are the stories which are found in the original version of Walt Disney’s Story Land:

Bambi
Hiawatha
Donald Duck, Private Eye
Toy Sailboat
Bongo
Pedro
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Once Upon a Wintertime
Chip n’ Dale at the Zoo
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
Perri
The Grasshopper and the Ants
The Adventures of Mr. Toad
The Orphan Kittens
Pilgrim’s Party
Ben and Me
Goliath II
The Lonely Little Colt
Dumbo of the Circus
Paul Revere
Alice in Wonderland Meets the White Rabbit
Donald Duck, Prize Driver
Goofy, Movie Star
Babes in Toyland
Forest Friends (based on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
The Flying Mouse
Through the Picture Frame
The Runaway Lamb (an excerpt from So Dear to My Heart)
Grandpa Bunny (an excerpt from Funny Little Bunnies)
The Ugly Duckling
Uncle Remus/De Tar Baby
Elmer Elephant
Lady and the Tramp
Scamp
Donald the Explorer (based on Polar Trappers)
Mrs. Cackle’s Corn (based on The Wise Little Hen)
Mickey Mouse and Pluto Pup
Pigs Is Pigs
Peter Pan
Cinderella
Mickey Mouse Goes Christmas Shopping
Pluto Pup Goes to Sea
Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier
Darby O’Gill
The Old Mill
Johnny Appleseed
The Grand Canyon
Beaver and His Brothers
Peter and the Wolf
Brave Little Tailor
101 Dalmatians
Sleeping Beauty
Three Little Pigs
The Country Cousin
Pinocchio

Does anyone remember this book?

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