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Tiny Golden Library Series

There are three Tiny Golden Library collections: Tiny Animal Stories and Animal Nonsense Stories by Dorothy Kunhardt and illustrated by Garth Williams, and Walt Disney’s Disneyland Stories written by Jane Werner and illustrated by the Walt Disney Studios.

TINY ANIMAL STORIES (1948)

Written by Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrated by Garth Williams

ANIMAL NONSENSE STORIES (1949)

Written by Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrated by Garth Williams

WALT DISNEY’S DISNEYLAND SERIES (1950)

Written by Jane Werner
Illustrated by the Walt Disney Studios


Books in the Tiny Golden Library series:

The Baby Camel and His Naughty Father (1948)

The camel driver picked up the baby camel in his arms. “We’ll give you a ride,” he said. “You’re too little to walk...”

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Baby Hippopotamus’s Adventure (1948)

A mother hippopotamus and her baby stood on the high river bank, looking down at the water ...

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Brave Father Gorilla (1948)

This is one of the Tiny Animal Stories boxed set and tells about the gorilla family.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Hop, Hop Little Kangaroo (1948)

A little kangaroo learns to hop like its father and mother, without letting its tail touch the ground.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Little Leopard and His Fat Stomach (1948)

The father leopard gets his nose slapped by the porcupine’s tail, but the little leopard finds a nice bone, with the meat still on it.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Look Out, Baby Bears, Here He Comes! (1948)

The mother and father bears are just resting from their long winter sleep, but the twin baby bears want to play.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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“Meow,” Said the Fierce Baby Lion (1948)

The baby lion gets ready to practice his hunting skills.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Shame on You, Baby Whale! (1948)

The baby whale gets a jellyfish stuck in his throat.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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This Little Giraffe Wants to Play (1948)

The little giraffe is lonely, but then his mother and father show him his new baby sister.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Tiger Kitten’s Poor, Poor Tail (1948)

The baby tiger was exploring and got stuck in a hollow log.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Tiny Animal Stories (1948)

Twelve tiny Little Golden Books about animal babies and their families.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Two Stuck-in-the-Mud Rhinoceroses (1948)

When they fall asleep after their mud-bath the mother rhinoceros and her baby get stuck when the sun hardens the mud.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Why the Little Elephant Got Spanked (1948)

The little elephant goes off to see what his father is doing and his mother starts to worry.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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April Fool! (1949)

Little Raymond Frog plays an April Fool’s Day joke on his father. But two can play that game.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Cowboy Kitten (1949)

Theodore kitten pays a visit to his grandmother, but grandfather really understands him.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Easter Bunny (1949)

Thomas rabbit collects Easter eggs.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Happy Valentine (1949)

William delivers valentines to all his friends, and when he gets home, his mailbox is full.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Little Squirrel’s Santa Claus (1949)

Alfred Squirrel leaves Santa a treat, and Santa leaves him his own Santa hat.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Mrs. Sheep’s Little Lamb (1949)

Little Rose is helping her mother shop at the grocery store when she gets lost.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Naughty Little Guest (1949)

Margaret’s invisible friend Estelle is being very naughty today.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Poor Frightened Mr. Pig (1949)

Robert dresses up as a witch for Halloween and scares his father - but what is that in the kitchen?

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Roger Mouse’s Wish (1949)

Roger Mouse likes to play Indian, and now he has his own Indian outfit!

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Tiny Nonsense Stories (1949)

Twelve tiny Little Golden Books about animals having fun.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Two Snowbulls (1949)

Oliver is sick in bed so his Daddy makes him a snowbull he can see through his bedroom window.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Uncle Quack (1949)

Don’t worry! “Then with a smirk he et it!”

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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The Wonderful Silly Picnic (1949)

Little Dorothy Donkey takes her first trip to the beach.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): Garth Williams

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Walt Disney’s Bambi Plays Follow the Leader (1950)

Bambi and his friends put out an unattended campfire.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Bongo Stars Again (1950)

Bongo uses his circus acrobat skills to rescue a little chipmunk.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Bootle Beetle’s Adventures (1950)

Grandpa Bootle Beetle has an exciting encounter with giants.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Brer Rabbit Plays a Trick (1950)

Brer Fox and Brer Bear think they have Brer Rabbilt where they want him - in the pot a boiling- but they’re the ones who end up all wet.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Cinderella’s Ball Gown (1950)

The mice make Cinderella a gown for the Prince’s ball.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Donald Duck’s Wild Goose Chase (1950)

Huey, Dewey and Louie try to put one over on Unca Donald, but for once he comes out on top.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Dopey and the Wicked Witch (1950)

The six dwarves are worried when they hear that Dopey has been kidnapped by the Wicked Witch, but silence proves golden and he returns triumphant.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Dumbo’s Magic Feather (1950)

The crows give Dumbo a ‘magic’ feather to help him learn to fly - but he doesn’t really need it.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Mickey’s New Car (1950)

When Mickey’s new car won’t start, Pluto comes to the rescue.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Pablo the Penguin Takes a Trip (1950)

When Pablo and his friend the turtle take a cruise they wind up right back where they started.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Pinocchio’s Surprise (1950)

Pinocchio gets up early to prepare a birthday surprise for Geppetto.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Three Little Pigs Fool a Wolf (1950)

When a Big, Bad Wolf comes calling, the Three Little Pigs make a plan to scare him out of the woods, if not his skin.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Walt Disney’s Tiny Movie Library (1950)

Twelve tiny storybooks based on Walt Disney characters.

Author(s): Jane Werner
Illustrator(s): Campbell Grant
Walt Disney Studio

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Lucky Mrs. Ticklefeather and Other Funny Stories (1973)

A collection of animal stories, which includes several from the Tiny Golden Library series.

Author(s): Dorothy Kunhardt
Illustrator(s): J. P. Miller
Garth Williams

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