There are a lot of Disney's Aladdin storybooks out
there, and the quality can vary wildly, so on this page I'm linking only
to those books that I personally have read and would recommend to others.
If you know of a good Aladdin book that's not here, please let
me know; I'm always looking for new books!
Description: "This richly illustrated collection of stories
takes readers back in time to a different Agrabah, before Aladdin
and Jasmine ever met. Included are tales of how Jasmine receives
her pet tiger Rajah, why Abu leaves his life of luxury to live on
the streets of Agrabah, and the magical night that the street urchin
and the princess meet under the night sky."
Considered by many fans (me included) to be the best original
Aladdin storybook written so far.
Description: "Jenna and her younger brother and sister are
hungry and living on the streets in Agrabah—that is, until
Jenna becomes best friends with Princess Jasmine! Find out how this
streetwise little girl gets invited to live in a princess’s
palace in this full-color padded and glittered hardcover storybook."
by Emily James, 60 pages
Description: "High in the palace is a tower room where no
one ever goes. In that room there is evil at work. Accidentally,
Aladdin interferes with a curse cast there by Jafar — before
Jafar was cast out of the palace for good. Now Jasmine is in great
danger, and Aladdin is up against the dark magic of a power-mad
sorceress! Can he untangle the mess he's made and rescue Jasmine
— without Genie's help?"
and the Evil Genie
by Michael Teitelbaum, 60 pages
Description: "There's a bad-news genie named Ashab Khan on
the loose—and he's kidnapped Abu! Aladdin, Jasmine, and
the Magic Carpet follow Khan's smoky green trail to an invisible
desert oasis, where the giant green genie makes Abu his slave.
Can Aladdin save Abu and set a trap for Khan the All-Powerful—before
he destroys Agrabah?"
and the Disappearing Tigerby Leslie McGuire, 60 pages
Description: "Ever heard of Omar and the Four Dates? Aladdin
wishes he never had. Omar is a magician who's been invited to
perform at the palace. Using magic spells, he makes elephants
and dancing ropes appear. That's fun! He also makes Rajah disappear.
That spells trouble! To find the disappearing tiger, Aladdin must
first rescue Omar from a creepy sheik who's holding him captive.
And that's double trouble!"
by Alex Simmons, 60 pages
Description: "Ben Baba Abad is back! After 100 years of peace,
the sorcerer has returned to Agrabah to spread his evil. There's
chaos in the marketplace. The palace guards are acting strangely,
and the Genie is imprisoned in Abad's underground temple of evil.
To rescue the Genie and save Agrabah, Aladdin and Jasmine must
master the terrible maze that surrounds the temple, and the dangers
lurking within. And if they make it... they still have to face
Ben Baba Abad!"
Magic Carpet's Secret by Joanne Barkan, 60 pages
Description: "Many, many years before Aladdin became the
prince of Agrabah, a mysterious sorcerer named Khuriya wove 100
magic carpets, then scattered them throughout the desert. Now
someone is stealing the carpets! Aladdin, Jasmine, Abu, and the
Genie must journey into the desert to find out who has taken the
carpets — and why. The very last carpet has just been stolen...
and this one is Aladdin's friend."
Bug the Genie by Page McBrier, 60 pages
Description: "What a mess! The Genie's belly jewel has been
stolen. Worse still, he's been bitten by a strange bug. Now he's
blowing steam out of his mouth, and his magic is out of control!
To find a cure, Aladdin must cross the desert in search of the
Well of Forgetfulness. He must catch the rare jewel bug. But if
he doesn't, the Genie may never get his magic powers working again!
The Further Adventures of Aladdin
series, by A. R. Plumb
Thief in the Night,
Description: "Aladdin and Jasmine can't wait to meet the
powerful sorcerer who's visiting Agrabah. But once they do, it
doesn't take them long to realize the mysterious visitor has a
few tricky plans up his sleeves—including making the Sultan's
magic ring, the Mystic Blue Diamond, disappear!"
of a Feather,
Description: "Aladdin is having a bad day. The Sultan is
sick, and Aladdin has to take over his duties—dealing with
paperwork, overseeing the palace staff, even judging a dog show!
The worst part is that nobody seems to appreciate what a big job
it is—especially Iago. Aladdin wishes that birdbrain could
see what it's really like to rule the roost for a day. But when
the Genie accidentally zaps Aladdin and Iago into each other's
bodies, Aladdin gets a bird's-eye view of the whole situation..."
Description: "An evil sorcerer gives the inhabitants of the
palace of Agrabah enchanted drinking water, with the power to
reverse aging. But this fountain of youth never shuts off and
Iago speedily regresses to an egg. It's up to Aladdin and Jasmine
to trick the sorcerer into revealing the antidote."
Description: "Iago has promised not to say an unkind word
about anyone for two days. He'll be rewarded with a brand-new
super-deluxe birdbath if he makes it. The trouble is he's overheard
the newest members of the palace staff making suspicious plans
for the upcoming Ceremony of Fireworks. Iago doesn't want to risk
losing his prize, but if he doesn't say something soon, he's afraid
the Ceremony might be more explosive than anyone bargained for."
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