Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: "Race to Death Valley"

Just as Carl Barks was known as "the good duck artist" in his anonymous heyday, so too was Floyd Gottfredson regarded as the exemplary purveyor of Mickey Mouse's adventures, endowing the beloved rodent with more panache and pep than his Disney peers could see in the character. This first offering from Gottfredson's long tenure -- he chronicled Mickey's exploits for 45 years -- bundles a complete adventure with over 50 pages of supplemental material.

July 25: On this day in 1834 Samuel Taylor Coleridge died of heart disease at the age of sixty-one.

Crime fiction legends Dennis Lehane and Michael Connelly discuss the new book that unites their beloved sleuths Patrick Kenzie and Harry Bosch.