Little Man of Disneyland: A Change of Luck (Disney Classic)

Illustrated by Nick Balian
Hardcover
$5.99 US
On sale Jan 03, 2023 | 24 Pages | 9780736443470
Spend a day at Disneyland with Mickey Mouse and Patrick the leprechaun in this classic Little Golden Book about luck and friendship!

The Little Man of Disneyland is back! In this sequel to the 1955 classic Little Golden Book, Patrick Begorra, a leprechaun who lives in Disneyland, is out for a walk when his lucky-clover-clad hat blows away in the wind! Swept into a rollicking adventure throughout Magic Kingdom, Patrick joins forces with Mickey Mouse and the gang on a quest to restore his luck and discover what it really means to be lucky. This heartwarming tale about luck, friendship, and community will be loved by Disney fans ages 2 to 5 and Little Golden Book collectors of all ages. It's perfect for St. Patrick’s Day—and all year long!


Little Golden Books enjoy nearly 100% consumer recognition. They feature beloved classics, hot licenses, and new original stories . . . the classics of tomorrow.
Nick Balian is a Disney Publishing artist and an illustration manager at Pixar Animation Studios, where he helps create children’s books based on Pixar’s films. Of all the books that Nick has illustrated, his absolute favorites are the Little Golden Books. He had the pleasure of illustrating the Little Golden Book for Pixar’s Onward and co-illustrating the Little Golden Book for Pixar’s Soul. Nick has also contributed illustrations to Disney Little Golden Books, including The Jungle Cruise, Mickey’s Walt Disney World Adventure, and The Orange Bird. As a beloved Disneyland fan, Nick’s dream came true when he wrote and illustrated his very own Little Golden Book, Little Man of Disneyland: A Change of Luck—the much-anticipated sequel to the 1955 classic, Little Man of Disneyland. When he’s away from the drawing board, Nick loves to watch and study films, write short stories, speak in puns, and spend time with friends and family, especially his nieces, whom he loves to pieces!

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Spend a day at Disneyland with Mickey Mouse and Patrick the leprechaun in this classic Little Golden Book about luck and friendship!

The Little Man of Disneyland is back! In this sequel to the 1955 classic Little Golden Book, Patrick Begorra, a leprechaun who lives in Disneyland, is out for a walk when his lucky-clover-clad hat blows away in the wind! Swept into a rollicking adventure throughout Magic Kingdom, Patrick joins forces with Mickey Mouse and the gang on a quest to restore his luck and discover what it really means to be lucky. This heartwarming tale about luck, friendship, and community will be loved by Disney fans ages 2 to 5 and Little Golden Book collectors of all ages. It's perfect for St. Patrick’s Day—and all year long!


Little Golden Books enjoy nearly 100% consumer recognition. They feature beloved classics, hot licenses, and new original stories . . . the classics of tomorrow.

Author

Nick Balian is a Disney Publishing artist and an illustration manager at Pixar Animation Studios, where he helps create children’s books based on Pixar’s films. Of all the books that Nick has illustrated, his absolute favorites are the Little Golden Books. He had the pleasure of illustrating the Little Golden Book for Pixar’s Onward and co-illustrating the Little Golden Book for Pixar’s Soul. Nick has also contributed illustrations to Disney Little Golden Books, including The Jungle Cruise, Mickey’s Walt Disney World Adventure, and The Orange Bird. As a beloved Disneyland fan, Nick’s dream came true when he wrote and illustrated his very own Little Golden Book, Little Man of Disneyland: A Change of Luck—the much-anticipated sequel to the 1955 classic, Little Man of Disneyland. When he’s away from the drawing board, Nick loves to watch and study films, write short stories, speak in puns, and spend time with friends and family, especially his nieces, whom he loves to pieces!

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