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Disney: Mickey's Best Slumber Party (8x8) (Paperback)

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By Nancy Parent, Ciro Cangialosi (Illustrator)
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Description


Mickey is hosting a slumber party, and all of his friends are invited!

When Mickey has a dream about throwing a slumber party for his pals, he decides to make it a reality. And a Mickey slumber party wouldn’t be complete without food, games, and a giant sleeping fort! With beautiful illustrations on every page, this storybook is sure to become a favorite in any beginning library, and it includes more than 40 stickers of Mickey and his friends!

About the Author


Nancy Parent is a twenty-year veteran of Disney Publishing Worldwide, editing and writing hundreds of books for the MouseWorks and Disney Press vertical imprints as well as Disney global publishers. In addition, Nancy has written and edited for DreamWorks, Simon and Schuster, Scholastic, Reader’s Digest Children’s Books, Nickelodeon, Warner Brothers, Andrews & McMeel, Fox, Suzy’s Zoo, and Lyrick Entertainment. Her picture book, Holly Bloom’s Garden, was co-written with Sarah Ashman and published by Flashlight Press. Nancy resides in Burbank, CA. 


Product Details
ISBN: 9780794444617
ISBN-10: 079444461X
Publisher: Studio Fun International
Publication Date: January 12th, 2021
Pages: 24
Language: English
Series: 8x8

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