Wonderful World of Disney: Tower of Terrorby Walt Disney, Scott Sorrentino, Justine Korman-Fontes
In 1939, five partygoers disappeared from a hotel elevator on their way up to the penthouse for a Halloween party. Can this chilling mystery be solved today by reenacting the fateful ride? Be a part of the magic and collect all The Wonderful World of Disney books.
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This is an opinion through the eyes of a kid by the aga of 12 i have read the book seen the movie watched the play(it was years ago).And i must say it is the uter most wonderfull book i have ever read you wouldn't understand things very much through the eyes of a kid but i do since i still am one.This book is great for ages ranges 7-11 i would say that i like it but most older kids think it's rather childish.It's a very good movie for kids and i am ne so i would know and also there is a new movie to follow this book or movie i havn't seen it yet....and i said yet!!!! I am obviosly going to see it and for parents only i know the truth about santa but i still loved the movie.So by my opinion you should very much like to buy rent the movie or book....unfortunatly they don't make the play anymore.....i havn't seen it in years you should be surprised at my writing i am very influinsed in my writing because i read a lot!!!!!!!!
I can't believe that whites had that much trouble back then with blacks going to 'their' schools. Ruby was the 'changer' of it all. For that I am glad because that makes blacks and whites get along better and reflect back on Ruby Bridges.
I love this story even though it was sad . I felt so sorry. I am going to buy both books and read them both.