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Name The Seven Dwarves,
This review is from: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney Princess) (Little Golden Books (Random House)) (Hardcover)
First, I want to give Golden Books a little hurrah, or a great big one. Golden Books were first seen in 1942, and millions have been sold worldwide.
'The books which initially sold for 25¢ (rising to 29¢ in 1962), were published by Simon and Schuster in cooperation with the Artist and Writers Guild, Inc. headed by Georges Duplaix. Duplaix had initially conceptualized the Little Golden Books series, assisted by Lucille Ogle, and fleshed it out in conversations with officials at Simon and Schuster. Mary Reed, Ph.D., a professor at the Teachers College of Columbia University, served as initial editor of the series.'
I remember this Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs from my childhood, I read it to my children, and, now to my grandchildren. My granddaughter, 4, loves all things Disney. Snow White is her first love. She is sweet and kind to all. The seven dwarfs love her, and the feeling is mutual. This is a good book to read anytime. Not just before bed, but anytime you and your child want to feel good. The illustrations are beautiful. Snow White looks exactly like she did 50 years ago. How many things can we say that about?
Everyone I know has read about Snow White, can tell you her story, and then, you get to the seven dwarfs. Can you name them all? Come on, let's go. No googling til you can't stand it, anymore.
Highly Recommended. prisrob 11-12-13