Pre-Order Your Signed Copy of Holiday Magic at the Disney Parks: Celebrations Around the World from Fall to Winter (Disney Editions Deluxe)



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Disneyana Fan Club invites the participants of the Holiday Magic at the Disney Parks: Celebrations Around the World from Fall to Winter to a special opportunity to purchase your personalized copy.

Order your copy signed by all three authors Graham Allan, Rebecca Cline, and Charlie Price.

The authors signed the first round of books and agreed to sign more books for us when the Second Printing is available in February 2021. The authors will be signing the book in late February and your order will ship shortly after.

This deluxe jacketed hardcover is visual storytelling at its best. Almost 1,900 photographs (two-thirds of them taken just for this book) showcase Disney's key locations filled with special holiday menu offerings, the biggest parade and stage productions and nighttime spectacles, the tiniest decorating details from amazing artists and designers, and, of course, the most significant historical holiday events.

A harmonic trio of researchers, writers, and photographers logged more than 180,000 miles visiting every Disney park and resort across the globe, personally documenting the holiday installations through eighty thousand photographs and, wherever possible, meeting the talented and endlessly passionate artisans behind it all.

With twelve theme parks and dozens of resort hotels, plus numerous cruise ships, dining and shopping districts, and more than six decades of holiday experiences, there are a lot of pumpkin treatments and ornate trees to reflect upon. (The smallest holiday tree at a Disney property is just four inches high, while the very tallest reaches up to seventy feet.) Every parade or show requires dozens (sometimes hundreds) of creative magicians both onstage and off. And each decoration is chosen carefully to fit within a story and is expertly placed on its tree or garland by craftspeople backstage. The decor is installed onstage, maintained, and, ultimately, disassembled by technicians before it is once again cleaned, prepared, and stored in vast warehouses . . . till next year's event. The stories and contributions from so many unsung Cast Members (often hard at work at hours of the night when others are asleep) fill these pages, along with the joys of Halloween, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year celebrations. Time to join the party!

About the Authors

As a leader in the digital transformations of the motion picture and television businesses (and as an advocate for the care and preservation of its past), GRAHAM ALLAN has enjoyed many opportunities to expand the reach of Disney's creative legacy. By day he focuses on the production of animation and visual effects, digital media, intellectual property technologies, and the development of new consumer experiences. After hours he is a writer for Disney Twenty-Three magazine and the D23 website. He has also produced numerous Disney Parks and Resorts scavenger hunts and trivia challenges, both for Cast Members and fans. Graham's keen passions for travel and photography came in very handy in the epic quest to capture all of Disney's holiday magic around the world.

REBECCA CLINE joined The Walt Disney Company in 1989, and became a member of the staff of the Walt Disney Archives in 1993. Today, as director of the Archives, Becky is charged with collecting and preserving all aspects of Disney history and making the material available to researchers from all areas of The Walt Disney Company, as well as to historians, writers, documentarians, and fans around the world. Her many responsibilities include maintaining and conserving the Archives' collections of historical documents, artwork, character merchandise, costumes, props, and memorabilia. She is also the coauthor of The Walt Disney Studios: A Lot to Remember (2019).

CHARLIE PRICE has been visiting Disneyland since before he could even walk. During his tenure at The Walt Disney Company, Charlie has also worked at Disneyland and within the Disney Consumer Products and Disney Television Animation divisions. An avid Disney fan and researcher, he has translated his passion into writing books for Disney Editions and magazine comics for Disney Publishing Worldwide.

Extra tidbits about the book:

  • Graham Allen is not just a co-author but also a photographer. About two-thirds of the photos in the book are his!
  • Graham and Rebecca first conceived of this book ten years ago and have been pursuing its publication since then!
  • It was a challenge editing the book down to its current size--384 was the maximum allowed page count.
  • Six of the photos on the dustjacket are extra illustrations! They do not appear inside the book. 
  • Take a peek under the dustjacket! The photos on the covers are extra illustrations! They do not appear inside the book. 


Graham Allan, Rebecca Cline, Charlie Price

Condition & Attributes

Very Fine in Very Fine dustjacket


Allan, Rebecca Cline, Charlie Price

Publishing Information

New York
Disney Editions

Physical Description

13.5 inches
11.25 inches
384 pages
almost 1,900 color illustrations
pictorial boards