Here's a charming book that's perfect for dreamers and Disney fans alike. Young readers can discover how a boy named Walt Disney became a legend.
When Walt Disney was a young boy, he lived in a the happiest place on earth - a small town in Missouri. As someone who loved to draw, he dreamed of entertaining others, which wasn't always easy. He refused to give up, though, eventually becoming the founder of the Walt Disney Company. Together, he and a team of animators created cartoons like Mickey Mouse, changed the world of entertainment, and even built Disneyland, a brand-new happy place. With hard work, Walt Disney made his dreams come true - and so can you!
Ordinary People Change The World is a friendly, fun biography series that focuses on the traits that made our heroes great—the traits that kids can aspire to in order to live heroically themselves. With words by Brad Meltzer and illustrations by Christopher Eliopoulos, this volume features Walt Disney and tells the story of how he makes dreams come true for himself and countless kids around the world.
- Dimensions: 8”W x 7.9”H
- 40 pages
- Recommended ages 5 to 8, Grades K to 3
- Published by: Penguin Random House