Moose: The Story of a Phenomenon
Robert B. Sherman, the man behind most of the Disney tunes we love to this very day, is a musical and artistic genius—one whose works will be remembered for years to come.
One half of the Academy Award-winning Sherman Brothers songwriting team, he penned a lot of songs such as the iconic Disneyland theme “It's A Small World (After All),” “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious,” and “A Spoonful of Sugar” to name a few. And anyone—young or old—probably knows the lyrics by heart.
This month, AuthorHouse shines the limelight on this talented individual as he celebrates and documents his wonderful journey through Moose, “a bold and beautiful, unconventional self-portrait—the last testament of the man Walt Disney referred to simply as ‘The Poet.’”
For the first time read the true account of the making of Walt Disney’s musical masterpiece, Mary Poppins. A man of many talents and achievements, not only did he write the soundtrack to all our childhoods, he was also one of the first liberators of Dachau concentration camp during the final months of World War II, a warrior, a poet and a petitioner for peace.
Be inspired by this man’s passion for music and how he plays a vital role in the recently released film Saving Mr. Banks.