Item description for Walt Disney: Young Movie Maker (Childhood of Famous Americans) by Marie Hammontree & Fred Irvin...
Overview A biography concentrating on the boyhood of the cartoonist and film maker who created Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
Publishers Description How did a farm boy in Missouri grow up to be the father of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto, Goofy, and scores of other beloved characters? Here is the childhood story of an American original.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5.25" Height: 7.5" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1997
Publisher Simon & Schuster
Series Childhood Of Famous Americans
ISBN 0689813244 ISBN13 9780689813245
Availability 0 units.
More About Marie Hammontree & Fred Irvin
Marie Hammontree (1913-2012) was born in Indiana and lived there her entire life. She was the author of several books, including "Will and Charlie Mayo, Boy Doctors";" A. P. Giannini, Boy of San Francisco";" Albert Einstein, Young Thinker";" Mohandas Gandhi, A Boy of Principle"; and "Walt Disney, Young Movie Maker."
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Reviews - What do customers think about Walt Disney: Young Movie Maker (Childhood of Famous Americans)?
Best young person's bio on Walt Disney Aug 30, 2005
There are several books that put the biography of Walt Disney in a format meant for children, and this is the best of them. The majority of the book tells what Walt's life as a child was like. The publisher has produced a whole series of bio type books for young people, and has a good formula. They try to put the child in touch not only with the life deeds of the man, but his personality, and how he got his start. In understanding a great person from history, it is tremendously useful to know not just what he did, but why he did it. Who and what influenced this person. What was he like as a kid himself? Without these it is hard for a kid to connect to the historical figure, and this book accomplishes it very well. I highly reccommend! For a good adult bio, check the Bob Thomas book, or the Amy Boothe book.
Walt Disney Aug 10, 2005
Walt disney had an exciting childhood not to mention adult career. My children loved reading this book and having it read to them prior to visiting Disney World.
A witty young one Dec 31, 2004
I really enjoyed reading this book. I thought that Walter was a very intelegent young person. I thought Marie Hammontree did an excelent job at making a usual boring biography into an intresting tale.I wish that there where many more pages in the book so I could read more and more about Walt Disney. I thought that Marie made him sound like a very lively young child. I thought that Walt was a very big risk taker. I would have hoped that the book would have had more information and details though. all in all I thought that this was a great book.
I hope more people read this exciting book. Jan 13, 1999
This book was enjoyable. Marie Hammontree described how a person can be a big success while being a little poor. It shows the ups and downs of Disney's life. She describes what it took to get to the top of his career. This book tells who he was inspired by and how they helped him. She told me his problems in his life and how they were solved. It gave me the puzzle pieces to his life so I could better understand it. All in all I think it was a really informative book.