Storybook

  • (noun): A book containing a collection of stories (usually for children).

Some articles on storybook:

Storybook Glen
... Storybook Glen is a children's theme park in Aberdeen, Scotland ... It is primarily aimed at younger children due to its storybook theme (hence the name) ...
Clockwork Storybook - History
... Clockwork Storybook was formed in the late 1990s by fellow Austin-based writers Mark Finn, Chris Roberson, Matthew Sturges, and Bill Willingham, beginning as a writing group which met ... suggested to them that they could create their own imprint (also called Clockwork Storybook) through which they would publish their own novels and short story collections ... online anthology for a couple of years, and publishing a handful of books, the Clockwork Storybook collective fell apart, and the individual authors went ...
Thidwick - Adaptations
... a 1992 direct-to-video short following Horton Hears a Who! Storybook Weaver/Storybook Weaver Deluxe, a 1994/2004 storybook CD-rom narrated by Tom Kane ...
Casey Jr. Circus Train
... This tour is similar to the one given on the slower paced Storybook Land Canal Boats, but does not incorporate narration ... Circus Train at Disneyland Paris is designed as a roller coaster for small children through Storybook Land, giving riders good views of the Storybook Land castle and other ...
Miracle (Willy De Ville Album) - The Academy Awards: "Storybook Love"
... The album includes what is probably the best known Willy DeVille song — “Storybook Love.” The song was the theme of the movie The Princess Bride ... Knopfler heard ("Storybook Love") and asked if I knew about this movie he was doing ... She came in to tell me that I was nominated for "Storybook Love." It's pretty wild ...

Famous quotes containing the word storybook:

    The ease with which problems are understood and solved on paper, in books and magazine articles, is never matched by the reality of the mother’s experience. . . . Her child’s behavior often does not follow the storybook version. Her own feelings don’t match the way she has been told she ought to feel. . . . There is something wrong with either her child or her, she thinks. Either way, she accepts the blame and guilt.
    Elaine Heffner (20th century)