Scrooge and the Magic Fish
Series: Volume 12
Walt Disney Productions, 39 pages, about 1400 words
Item Number: 2285
This is a Children's Text-Braille book, which means that in addition to raised Braille, it has extra features.
What is a Text-Braille Book?
This book for the blind is offered in Original or Unified English Braille.
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What is Unified English Braille
Scrooge McDuck loves money. He loves it so much he's hired his nephew, Donald Duck, to count and polish the coins all day. And because he's family, Scrooge doesn't have to pay him very much. That's good, because Scrooge doesn't really like to spend his fortune - he'd rather make more. So when he sees a sign at the Millionaires Club promising a generous reward to whoever can catch the biggest fish, Scrooge is hooked. And, hidden in the deep water, he finds a whopper of a fish that'll surely win him the contest. But Mr. McDuck is about to learn what money is really worth. No amount of wealth can make a greedy man happy ... and the magic fish on Scrooge's line is about to teach him a very important lesson.
For ages 4 to 8.
Package Weight: about 1.2 pounds.
(From the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library shelf.)