|Disney's The Lion King||May 1, 1994|
|Anticipating a destiny that will someday make him the king of the Pride Lands, Simba is devastated when his noble father, Mufasa, dies and his evil uncle Scar forces him into the jungle so that he can rule instead. Movie tie-in.|
|Jungle Rhymes||February 2001|
|Simba, Tarzan, Mowgli, and all their jungle friends know how to have a swinging good time. Children will love hearing the fun rhyming poems about the stars of The Lion King, Tarzan, and The Jungle Book.|
|Disney Bedtime Favorites||July 7, 2012|
|This is a collection of bedtime stories featuring classic Disney characters, including Simba from The Lion King.|
|Hakuna Matata||June 4, 2019|
|Gorgeously illustrated and imbued with the singular wit and charm inherent to Simba's dynamic with Timon and Pumbaa, this picture book explores the Hakuna Matata philosophy and encapsulates the most compelling friendship in this corner of the animal kingdom.|
|The Lion King: The Novelization||June 4, 2019|
But when Mufasa is killed unexpectedly, young Simba blames himself. Unable to face his family, he runs away, leaving the Pride Lands under the rule of his evil uncle, Scar. Years later, the young prince must make a choice. Will he take back his homeland or turn his back on the kingdom in its darkest hour?
Wonderful World of Reading
|Simba and Nala Help Bomo||1995|
|Simba and Nala help a baby elephant named Bomo get out of a sticky situation.|
|Simba and the Big Flood||1996|
|Simba, Timon and Pumbaa work together to save their giraffe friend's mother from a flood.|
|The Lion King||1999|
|Story adapted from the animated feature.|
|The Lion King II: Simba's Pride||2000|
|Storybook adaptation of the sequel to the original film. Retells the story presented in the movie. Published by Grolier.|
Six New Adventures
|A Tale of Two Brothers||1994|
|Ahadi, the Lion King, loved both his sons, Mufasa and Scar. Mufasa was older and would someday be king, so Ahadi spent hours with him, teaching Mufasa what he would need to know. As time went on, Scar grew jealous of Mufasa. Then Ahadi broke a promise to Scar. Angry and vengeful, Scar made his own promise: One day he would rule the Pride Lands.|
|Nala has always been brave, even when she was a cub. But she wasn’t always smart. When her friends dare her to speak to a scruffy, strange lion prowling the Pride Lands, she says, “Sure!” But then she has second thoughts and has to summon up the courage to make good on her promise. Will the stranger welcome Nala—or attack her?|
|"Where’s my family tree?” wonders Kopa and wanders off to look for it. Instead of finding his family tree, he finds himself up a tree, prisoner of a flock of hungry, cub-napping vultures. They want to ransom Kopa for a beak-watering menu of the tastiest animals in the Pride Lands. But Kopa also finds some new pals, the Buzzard Boys. Can he get this trio with the slammin’est sound around to save him?|
|A Snake in the Grass||1994|
|Timon, Pumbaa, and Simba are best friends. Nothing can come between them — except Joka, the python. Hungrily eyeing Timon, Joka decides the only way to get the meerkat on his own is to plant the seeds of jealousy among the friends so that Pumbaa and Simba will leave Timon unprotected. Joka’s clever plan works. His friends gone, Timon stands alone. Will he end up in Joka’s clutches?|
|Follow the Leader||1994|
|Being the Lion King is not easy. It seems that all Simba does is work. When word comes that Grass Walls, Rafiki’s homeland, is in trouble, Rafiki wastes no time in hurrying there. Simba is too busy to help, and it looks as if Rafiki will have to tackle the problems of Grass Walls on his own. Where’s the Lion King now that Rafiki needs him?|
|How True, Zazu?||1994|
|Zazu the hornbill is a tattletale! A gang of young animals on the Pride Lands thinks Zazu should keep his long beak out of their business, so they dream up a game called get-Zazu. It works so well, that even Mufasa, Zazu’s boss, starts to wonder if Zazu is right for the job of steward to the Lion King. Yoicks! What a predicament!|
|Nala's Game||February 1995|
|One of Nala and Simba's favorite games is hide-and-pounce. One day when they are playing, Simba forgets one of the important rules of the game and upsets Nala. They become angry with one another and try to find other animals to play with instead, but they can never find any substitute playmates.
This is a Golden Super Shape Book, published by Golden Press.
|Walt Disney's Treasury of Children's Classics||1995|
|Collection of classic Disney stories adapted from their original films. It is the first edition of the collection to feature The Lion King.
The Lion King is featured on page 378.
|Walt Disney's Treasury of Children's Classics||1996|
|Collection of classic Disney stories adapted from their original films. It is the second edition of the collection to feature The Lion King.
The Lion King is featured on page 172.
|The Lion King: The Pal Patrol||November 1, 1997|
Pumbaa and Timon