Walt Disney's Cinderella

Walt Disney s Cinderella Oversized Golden Book
  • Title: Walt Disney's Cinderella
  • Author: Jane Werner Watson Retta Scott Worcester
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Walt Disney's Cinderella
    Oversized Golden Book
    Walt Disney's Cinderella By Jane Werner Watson Retta Scott Worcester,
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    About " Jane Werner Watson Retta Scott Worcester "

  • Jane Werner Watson Retta Scott Worcester

    Children s writer Jane Werner Watson 1915 2004 was born in Fond du Lac, Wis She earned a B.A in English in 1936 from the University of Wisconsin, began a career in publishing, and became a prolific writer who specialized in non fiction She was one of the first editors for the original Golden Books series, and wrote books for Disney series She also wrote under the names Elsa Jane Werner Watson, Elsa Jane Werner, Jane Werner, Annie North Bedford, Monica Hill, Elsa Ruth Nast, W.K Jasner, and A.N Bedford In 1958 she was named Woman of the Year in Literature by the Los Angeles Times Watson and her husband Earnest Charles Watson lived in India for several years when he was science attache to the U.S embassy in New Delhi, and travelled extensively their collection of Indian art is at the Chazen Museum of Art in Madison, Wis After moving to Santa Barbara, Calif Watson taught continuing education classes in creative writing and cultural geography.Source socialarchive.iathrginia.ed From the description of Jane Werner Watson papers, 1958 1976 University of Oregon Libraries WorldCat record id 135486701


  • Love this because of the beautiful illustrations by Disney artist, Retta Scott Worcester It s a charming children s book

  • 5 stars This was the book that made me first want to pick up a pencil and draw, create Retta Scott Worcester and Mary Blair were the goddesses of Disney art to me I received a copy of this when I was only 3 and it started a lifetime passion for art and animation This is the absolute epitome of Disney storybooks, the gorgeous piece to set all standards.

  • This was my absolute favorite fairy tale growing up I love the illustrations in the book they are so nostalgic this is the same book my mother read to me growing up The book is about a girl who didn t have a mother or siblings until her father remarried When her father remarried she had a step mother and two step sisters After Cinderella s father passed, they made Cinderella their servant Instead of being sad about this, Cinderella made friends with all of the animals, and especially the mice wh [...]

  • I was thrilled when I found this edition in the book store My granddaughters wondered why I was getting myself a little golden bookbut this is the book my mother read to me over and overuntil I d memorized the words At that point, I began to read it to my baby sistere was such a patient audiencel of one year old NOT the cartoon illustrationsI think I like these What a little gift this book was.

  • The illustration of this book is what makes this classic telling of the Cinderella story such a delight to read I had this book as a little girl growing up in the 70 s You just don t see the use of these vivid retro colors any I just love the olive greens and mustards mixed in with the browns and magentas This is a keeper especially for artistic inspiration

  • This is the storybook adaptation of Disney s Cinderella It is good for elementary readers, as the words are easy to read and not too many sentences per page Illustrations are sort of like the movie since they were digitally scanned by Disney Publishing Originally published in 1950.

  • I still have my own copy from when I was a little girl I love this edition because of the illustrations It s a classic I have such fond memories of reading this one

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