New Disney Golden Book – Santa Stops at Disneyland


A new Disney Little Golden Book is on its way!  Santa Stops at Disneyland is a labor of love for its author, Ethan Reed.

In its about the author section on Amazon, it states that Reed has been working on this book for his son for 15 years for his oldest son’s first Christmas.  Additionally, Ethan Reed is currently a toy designer and a former Walt Disney Company Imagineer.  Reed worked as an Imagineer for more than 20 years.  Ethan  worked on several projects during his tenure as an Imagineer including the Seven Dwarfs Mine Train at Walt Disney World and Shanghai Disneyland Park, The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure for both California Adventure and the Magic Kingdom, and others at all of the Disney Parks.  He was also the lead designer for the Duffy and Friends merchandise at the Disney Parks.

As for the book, Santa Stops at Disneyland, Amazon describes it as:

“Every Christmas Eve, Santa flies around the world, delivering presents to good children. But before that, he stops at Disneyland to spread a little holiday cheer at the happiest place on Earth! Featuring beloved locations from all around Disneyland, this book makes the perfect stocking stuffer!”

The book consists of 24 colorful pages and is recommended for young readers ages 2-5 years old.  The book will be available for purchase on Amazon on September 6, 2022 on Amazon, but it now available for pre-order for $5.99.  Santa Comes to Disneyland is currently the #1 New Release on Amazon for Children’s Christmas Books.

Santa Comes to Disneyland is among good company when it comes to Disney Little Golden Books.  There seems to be a Little Golden Book for every Disney animated feature film, Disney Princess, some of the major Disney attractions, and even major Marvel Characters.  Disney’s Little Golden Books are always a great present to give to a budding young reader.

Are you excited for the newest edition to Disney’s ever growing collection of Little Golden Books?  Let us know below in the comments.

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