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Book Title: Walt Disney's Treasury of Children's Classics|
The author of the book: Darlene Geis
Edition: Hyperion (Juv)
Date of issue: September 1st 1995
ISBN 13: 9780786830862
Format files: PDF
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Lighter Stories of Darker?
Have you ever wondered where Disney got their classic stories from? I have and that what was got me into this topic. I was flipping through the pages of Walt Disney’s Treasury of Children’s Classics by Darlene Geis and found my favorite story, Cinderella, it’s a fantasy book and those are my absolute favorite. I read it over and over again, and the more and more I read that story I was wondering more and more where Disney had gotten the story from. I knew Disney got his stories from somewhere, I just didn’t know where from and I wanted to know. I really like Disney stories and I really want to know where they originate from, and if all are really are lighter stories of darker.
The story of Cinderella is basically about a girl who is kept as a servant by her cruel stepmother and two stepsisters, and dreams of a life better than her own. She has many little friends who are talking mice and some blue birds who help her throughout the story. One day a letter came to the household saying that every eligible maiden is to attend the royal ball by order of the king. Cinderella’s mice and birds make her a dress to go to the ball when she plans to, but can’t because she has too much work to finish. That is where I will stop because I don’t want to say too much, but if you with to read the book then my your wish be granted because “A dream is a wish your heart makes...” I was really curious to know how would this story be different if someone else wrote it.
As I was reading I kept wondering where Walt Disney got his stories from. I wanted to know this because they are really interesting and I wanted to know where they came from or if he just made them up. I know for a fact that Cinderella is an original Brothers Grimm story and it’s a darker version of what Walt Disney had made. I haven't read it before and have been told by multiple people including my older sister, but are all of Disney’s stories just a lighter and happier version of Brothers Grimm stories? So I will learn is are all of Disney’s stories a lighter version of darker told stories, who originally came up with those stories, and if disney made any of his own stories.
So where did Walt Disney get his ideas for his stories from? I guess I’ll just have to do some research to find out. I would recommend Walt Disney’s Treasury of Children’s Classics by Darlene Geis to anyone if they want to relive their favorite classic Disney stories of fun adventures and fairy tales. If you want to read it in might be in your local library in the children’s section.
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