Mickey and friends want to spend a fun day in the beach, but on the way they are met with a series of misfortunes. There is a horse who has decided to stop in the middle of the road, and Mickey can't drive around it, how will they get to the beach? Oh Toodles! Which Mouseketool will Mickey have to use?
Read along and ride along with Mickey and his Clubhouse friends with this fun vehicle-shaped sound book featuring wheels that really roll! Book also features 3 sound buttons which play up to 3 sounds each, 5 spreads and 3 replaceable AG-13 button cell batteries.
Join Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Pluto, and Goofy as they embark on four fun-filled adventures in this colorful CarryAlong Treasury. Young readers will soar with the Sensational Six as they take a ride in a hot air balloon, go on an exciting road trip, plan a picnic, and more. Along the way, youngsters will learn about shapes, numbers, colors, and problem-solving, as prompts on every spread reinforce each learning concept. With a handle that’s perfect for little hands and a convenient snap closure, this sweet treasury can be carried along by Mickey Mouse Clubhouse fans wherever they are.
Today is somebody's birthday, but Mickey can't figure out whose it is. Could it be Daisy's? Perhaps he should get her a new hair bow. Maybe it's Pluto's and Mickey can get him a bone. Young readers will have great fun following Mickey on this birthday-themed treasure hunt. Will he find the perfect present in time for the big Clubhouse birthday celebration?
The cheapest family in the world decides to go on an off-brand cruise in this wacky mystery/adventure story. Mr. Pennypacker is cheap. But Mrs. Pennypacker has wrestled money for a vacation from his tightfisted grip, and the family is on their way to a Disney cruise. Charlie Pennypacker is thrilled to be going somewhere—an eleven story luxury cruise liner, 212-foot water slide, and an all-night buffet awaits! So Charlie thinks. The vacation is actually a Wisney cruise, which means a dilapidated fishing boat, fake Disney characters, no water slide, eggs for every meal, and his enemy Gunter Hwang, who has been brought along for thirty dollars a day. On top of that, the captain is on the run from sinister men in dark suits. It's a Caribbean game of cat and mouse involving wits, interrogations, a hidden room, races against time, and clever deceptions. As Mr. Pennypacker would say, you can't get this kind of adventure on those other overpriced cruises.
The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids is JAM-PACKED with useful tips, great advice, excellent discussion, and practical travel knowledge gleaned from years of Walt Disney World travel experience. It is one of the few guidebooks to Disney World that specifically addresses the needs of kids with, in some cases, research and input from kids. Compiled and written by a team of experienced researchers whose work has been cited by such diverse sources as USA Today and Operations Research Forum, The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids digs deeper and offer more specific information that any other. This is the only guide that explains how to make every minute and every dollar of your vacation count. With advice that is direct, prescriptive, and detailed, it takes the guesswork out of your family vacation. Step-by-step detailed plans allow you to visit Disney World with your children with absolute confidence and peace of mind.
This biographical dictionary is devoted to the actors who provided voices for all the Disney animated theatrical shorts and features from the 1928 Mickey Mouse cartoon Steamboat Willie to the 2010 feature film Tangled. More than 900 men, women, and child actors from more than 300 films are covered, with biographical information, individual career summaries, and descriptions of the animated characters they have performed. Among those listed are Adriana Caselotti, of Snow White fame; Clarence Nash, the voice of Donald Duck; Sterling Holloway, best known for his vocal portrayal of Winnie the Pooh; and such show business luminaries as Bing Crosby, Bob Newhart, George Sanders, Dinah Shore, Jennifer Tilly and James Woods. In addition, a complete directory of animated Disney films enables the reader to cross-reference the actors with their characters.
Over the past century, Disney has grown from a small American animation studio into a multipronged global media giant. Today, the company’s annual revenue exceeds the GDP of over 100 countries, and its portfolio has grown to include Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, ABC, and ESPN. With a company so diversified, is it still possible to identify a coherent Disney vision or message? Disney Culture proposes that there is still a unifying Disney ethos, one that can be traced back to the corporate philosophy that Walt Disney himself developed back in the 1920s. Yet, as cultural historian John Wills demonstrates, Disney’s values have also adapted to changing social climates. At the same time, the world of Disney has profoundly shaped how Americans view the world. Wills offers a nuanced take on the corporate ideologies running through animated and live-action Disney movies from Frozen to Fantasia, from Mary Poppins to Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But Disney Culture encompasses much more than just movies as it explores the intersections between Disney’s business practices and its cultural mythmaking. Welcome to “the Disney Way.”
the ultimate resource for the discriminating golfer
Author: Terence Sieg
Category: Sports & Recreation
Featuring 150 photographs and ten maps, a travel handbook highlights ninety-five destinations and more than four hundred courses for golf enthusiasts in search of great golf, accommodations, and dining, as well as off-the-course activities.