Walt Disney Classic
Disney's 1992 animated feature is a triumph of wit and skill. The high-tech
artwork and graphics look great, the characters are strong, the familiar
story is nicely augmented with an interesting villain (Jafar, voiced by
Jonathan Freeman), and there's an incredible hook atop the whole thing:
Robin Williams's frantically hilarious vocal performance as Aladdin's genie.
Even if one isn't particularly moved by the love story between the title
character (Scott Weinger) and his girlfriend Jasmine (Linda Larkin), you
can easily get lost in Williams's improvisational energy and the equally
entertaining performances of Freeman and Gilbert Gottfried (as Jafar's
parrot). --Tom Keogh
and Other Favorite Arabian Nights Stories (Dover Children's Thrift Classics)
Paperback from Dover Publications
Six exotic adventures featuring
a multitude of magicians, monsters, lovely princesses, and steadfast suitors:
"Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp," "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves," "Abou
Hassan, or the Sleeper Awakened," "The Seven Voyages of Sindbad the Sailor,"
"The Enchanted Horse," and "Camaralzaman and Badoura."
Volume 1: Legacy of the Lost
by Ian Edgington, Stjepan Sejic, Patrick Reilly
Paperback from Radical Publishing
From the mystical city of Shambhalla to the ends of the Earth comes
a tale of magic, mystery, and the motivations of power. It is the world
of Ala ad-Din, better known as Aladdin! Thief, gambler, liar, and cheat,
Aladdin''s reckless soul falls under the eye of the sorcerer Qassim, who
has spent his life scouring the sands for the Dreaming Jewel. This lost
relic of shattering power will enable Qassim to steal the magic of the
Djinn of the Lamp and reshape the world in his own malicious design. But
to do so, he requires a mystical ability carried within Aladdin''s blood...power
that not even Aladdin himself knows about. An epic adventure that twists
the classic saga into dark, unexplored territories, penned by multi-Eisner
nominated writer Ian Edginton!
by Golden Books
Paperback from Golden Books Publishing Company
Discover why Aladdin and Princess Jasmine owe their happiness to a big
blue Genie. This wonderful retelling of Disney's Aladdin is out
in time for the release of the Platinum Edition DVD.
From the Hardcover edition.
Relighted (The Return of Aladdin #1)
by J.R. Rain, Piers Anthony
Media Published: 2011-03-03
Return to the magical land of the Arabian Nights....
The end of "Aladdin of the Lamp" finds the cunning Aladdin ruler of
a great kingdom. Now, many years have passed....
Aladdin is older, richer and wiser...and heart broken. After losing
his beloved wife and son to foul play, he resigns from being king and sets
out to do what he does best....
Now working as an anonymous relic hunter using the name Niddala (Aladdin
spelled backwards), he's hired by a desperate--and beautiful--noblewoman
named Jewel to rescue her kidnapped son. Prince Zeyn, a powerful wizard
from the magical land of Djinnland, has designs on Aladdin's kingdom, and
Jewel's son is to be the final piece of a bloody plot to rule two worlds.
To save the boy and his kingdom, Aladdin soon realizes he must seek
the aid of a once-powerful ally, the mighty Djinn of the Lamp. Unfortunately,
the djinn is being held prisoner by Zeyn in Djinnland, a magical land full
of dragons and ogres, magic carpets and magic castles. With time rapidly
running out, Aladdin and Jewel will journey into a world far stranger than
anything they had ever imagined, a world full of danger at every turn,
a world in which they may never return. It will take all their cunning
and wits to stay alive...but will they do so in time to save the djinn,
her son, and a kingdom?
From bestselling authors Piers Anthony (Xanth) and J.R. Rain (Vampire
for Hire), Aladdin Relighted is the first in a magical series featuring
Aladdin and his Extraordinary Lamp.
by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
Paperback from Berkley Trade
The Aladdin factor - the ability to get what we want by having the
confidence to ask for what we want - is the subject of this book focusing
on gaining personal fufilment. This factor is supposed to pinpoint the
major stumbling blocks to asking, and teaches simple techniques to overcome
And The Enchanted Lamp
by Philip Pullman
Hardcover from Arthur A. Levine Books
Philip Pullman garnered every accolade around with the breathtaking
His Dark Materials trilogy. Now he turns his storytelling gifts to one
of the most famous of the Arabian Nights tales, "Aladdin and the Enchanted
Lamp." Aladdin is a shiftless good-for-nothing boy until he unwittingly
acquires a magic lamp inhabited by a genie -- and the adventure that follows
both makes his fortune and makes him a man. Pullman tells the tale with
his trademark crisp writing and fast-paced action, while Sophy Williams's
pastels shimmer with the heat and beauty of the Far East. Terrific for
Disney Poster: The Animated Film Classics from Mickey Mouse to Aladdin
by Ellen Mendlow, Walt Disney Productions
by Disney Enterprises Inc, Lisa Ann Marsoli
from Advance Publishers LLC
Piano, Vocal, Guitar
by Walt Disney, Walt Disney Productions
from Hal Leonard
How to Draw Aladdin/#DC04
by Laureen Burger, Russell Hicks, Diana Wakeman
from Walter Foster Pub
Disney Pictures Presents Aladdin: Clarinet
by Alan Menken
from Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
Aladdin Activity Center
by Walt Disney Computer Software