“Run, run, as fast as you can!” Catch Richard Scarry’s gingerbread man as he returns to Little Golden Books after a decades-long hiatus. Originally published in 1953, The Gingerbread Man makes a perfect “Christmas gift, ready to delight any child who loves this favorite funny folk tale.
Alice and Martin Provensen’s illustrations are so delightful that children will want to join the fuzzy duckling on his stroll through the countryside, meeting animals along the way. This adorable counting story by Jane Werner Watson is as fresh today as it was in 1949.
This 1949 Little Golden Book edition of the famous poem, The Night Before Christmas, was a staple in the Golden Book line for many years. Recently found in the Golden Books archives, Corinne Malvern's artwork for this title has been digitized and beautifully reproduced for today's kids!
The illustrator's Vermont farmhouse and her pets are featured in the illustrations of this well-known poem about an important Christmas Eve visitor.
This classic Little Golden Book edition of the famous folk tale has had many imitators, but none can measure up to the way illustrator Feodor Rojankovsky brought Goldilocks and the three bearsto life. Originally published in 1948, The Three Bears is now back in print for a new generation of fans.
Even a simple outing becomes extraordinary when you're with the wonderful Mary Poppins! Boys and girls ages 2 to 5 will love this vintage Little Golden Book from 1964 that retells a scene from Walt Disney's Mary Poppins.
Everyone's favorite big-eared little elephant finds his way to the skies in this uplifting Little Golden Book. With artwork from the 1940s, allof the original charm and beauty of the Disney classic can be found in this vintage book.
Author(s): Random House Disney Staff, Disney Storybook Artists Staff
Walt Disney's classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is being released on Platinum Edition DVD. Now new and old fans can relive the magic of this beloved film as it is retold in a beautiful full-color Little Golden Book!
Truck-loving preschoolers will love this charming, busy bulldozer hero!
“Push” McCallahan is a hardworking bulldozer who’s on the construction site before the other big work machines have had their first cup of morning diesel. After he’s finished moving dirt and rock, it’s off to build a road, help fight fires, and pull up some tree stumps at the farm! It’s all in a day’s work for this tough-but-lovable earthmover, brought to life by popular Little Golden Book illustrator Bob Staake.