Trying to find a new book to read during all of this free time you suddenly have on your hands? Check out some of these Disney-themed books to keep the magic alive while the parks are closed.
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The Ride of a Lifetime by Bob Iger
If you’re interested in business and have a love for Disney, then Bob Iger’s new memoir is for you. Bob Iger takes you through his 15 years of being CEO of the Walt Disney Company and teaches you all of the lessons he learned along the way.
Disney’s Land by Richard Snow
History buffs will love Richard Snow’s Disney’s Land. As a historian who has written about Henry Ford, the Civil War, and World War II, Snow brings a different perspective to the conception and creation of Disneyland.
Kingdom Keeper’s Series
This young adult series can be a great read for anyone younger or just anyone looking for a quick fun read. The Kingdom Keepers series follows five teens who serve as holographic theme park guides in Walt Disney World by day and fight Disney villains by night.
Dream It! Do It! By Marty Sklar
Any hardcore Disney fan knows of Marty Sklar. After all, he helped design some of Disney’s most iconic attractions. In his book he chronicles his 50+ years of working in Walt Disney Imagineering.
Magic Journey by Kevin Rafferty
Another Disney Imagineering legend, Kevin Rafferty tells the story of how he went from working in the dish room at the Plaza Inn in Disneyland to overseeing the creation of many iconic Disney Parks and attractions, including Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
Disney War by James B. Stewart
If you’re looking for a different perspective on the Walt Disney Company, Disney War takes a look at the downfall of Michael Eisner as CEO and some of the internal struggles that went on in one of the most iconic entertainment companies.
Walt Disney by Neal Gabler
Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination tells the story of one of the most important cultural figures in American history – Walt Disney. Neal Gabler’s award-winning biography tells the story of the man who started it all – or was that a mouse?
Looking for more things to do while you’re social distancing? Check out our post on How to Keep the Magic Alive While the Parks are Closed for ideas on how to bring Disney into your life while you’re stuck at home.