The man behind the magic: the story of Walt Disney

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Viking, Nov 9, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 182 pages
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Follows the life of Walt Disney from his boyhood on a Missouri farm through his struggles as a young animator to his building of a motion picture and amusement park empire.

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This book tells the story of Walt Disney and how he came to create the most well-known and beloved cartoon character of all time. Beginning with his humble childhood through the upset of losing the ... Read full review

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Richard Greene is a professor of English at the University of Toronto and the editor of the highly acclaimed Selected Letters of Edith Sitwell. He is also writing a biography of Sitwell.

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