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Walt Disney's Santa's Workshop

Ann Braybrooks - Christmas stories - 1995 - 32 pages
When Santa realizes that he didn't give anything to Emily the previous year because he did not get her letter, he makes sure that this time her gifts will be extra special
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Walt Disney's Sleeping Beauty

Ann Braybrooks - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1997 - 32 pages
The good fairy, Merryweather, recounts how she modified Maleficent's spell to put Princess Aurora and her whole court into a magical sleep that can only be ended by a kiss from ...
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Disney's Aladdin

Ann Braybrooks, Phil Ortiz, Serge Michaels - Juvenile Fiction - 1992 - 24 pages
A retelling of the adventures of Aladdin, who, with the aid of a genie from a magic lamp, fights an evil sorcerer and wins the hand of a beautiful princess.
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Pooh and the Dragon

Ann Braybrooks - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 24 pages
When Tigger and Roo tell Pooh they have just seen a dragonfly, he misunderstands and begins to worry about a flying dragon loose in the Hundred-Acre Wood.
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One Hundred and One Dalmatians

Walt Disney, Ann Braybrooks - Juvenile Fiction - 1991 - 57 pages
Pongo the Dalmatian and his wife Perdita undertake a daring expedition to rescue their fifteen puppies from the clutches of the vicious Cruella de Vil.
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Rabbit's Ears

Ann Braybrooks - Noise - 1996 - 44 pages
Rabbit finds that it is possible to have too much peace and quiet.
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Disney's Aladdin: The cave of wonders

Ann Braybrooks, Darrell Baker, Phil Ortiz - Juvenile Fiction - 1993 - 32 pages
Trapped in the cave of wonders, Aladdin finds an unexpected ally in the form of a genie
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The Very Best Easter Bunny

Ann Braybrooks - Juvenile Fiction - 1996 - 24 pages
Rabbit is busy in his garden, so Pooh and his other friends from the Hundred-Acre Wood try to decide who would be the best substitute Easter Bunny. Who will it be?
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