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Walt Disneys Pinocchio a Big Golden Book (original 1940; edition 1953)

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Title:Walt Disneys Pinocchio a Big Golden Book
Info:GOLDEN PRESS (1953), Hardcover
Tags:Disney, children, picture book, Big Golden Book, Pinocchio, folk/fairy/fable

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Walt Disney's Pinocchio by Walt Disney Productions (1940)

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This is another wonderful creation by Walt Disney. It is the story about a little puppet that a toymaker builds. This puppet wants to be a real boy but to become a real boy me must prove that he is brave, truthful, and unselfish. Pinocchio has a hard time with this at first and comes across a few difficult situations. However, in the end he shows that he is capable of being a real boy.
I would have this book in my classroom because although it is long, it shows children that being brave, truthful, ad unselfish will get you more. I also like it because it gives great detail and has nice illustrations. This book is appropriate for children ages 4-7.
  AmySueMiner | Sep 25, 2013 |
This is Disney's version of the classic fairy tale Pinocchio featuring illustrations which correlate with the feature film. A little on the longer side this book is twenty pages long and contains much more text than any of the other books in my library. I liked it for this reason as that makes it a wonderful read aloud book. It follows the Disney movie to a tee from beginning to end which makes it perfect for a read after just having seen the movie. Overall I really enjoyed this book and would recommend it highly. ( )
1 vote hem143 | Oct 11, 2012 |
I love this book: it's really old and the pictures are so cool! ( )
  Mikelodeon | Dec 31, 1969 |
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Text and stills from the film present the adventures of the puppet boy whose nose grew whenever he told a lie.

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Text and stills from the film present the adventures of the puppet boy whose nose grew whenever he told a lie.

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