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That page has been on my site for years, what I was saying was if that is what you think then who am I to disappoint?

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Err...I don't understand what you mean :? I know this page has been on your site before, I've never said the contrary...
The only thing I would want, is that someone scan all the pages. If I could buy them, believe me that I would have already bought them.

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No no I was commenting that you made an assumption that I wouldn't be prepared to scan the pages.

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Yes, because I'm also asking that, so that I can put them on the site (in an article). I'm trying to get the most information and ressource on the site, especially things that are on the forums. (I ask before putting them on the site of course), so that everyone can see them. (many people don't visit the forums) But you have your own site. And it seems you can't scan for the moment either.
BTW, I don't have a scanner home myself, but the day I'll get one, I'll put screenshots of the Balto and Balto 3 french press books.

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It would be nice to see some scanned pictures. :D

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I know that this topic is very old. , but I have Something interesting to add. This Book seems to be not Talked about Probably because it is not known. I have no picture of it known , and I do not Own the book. All I found was Info On it :

Three cheers for Balto and for this affordable picture book--with full-color movie stills--based on Amblin's Alaskan adventure. Balto takes on the tyrannical Steele, who'll do anything--even risk the lives of the children of Nome--to keep Balto from running with the champion dog team.

Balto Beware

Aug , 1 , 1995 ( 1996 )

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Err, I've never heard of this book. Mind posting a link to where this book can be seen?

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Sure. Right Here : http://books.google.com/books/about/Bal ... OTkQEACAAJ And Here :

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/0448411148

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This is an old topic, I know. But it bugs me that there is a Balto book that I can't seem to find any information on whether or not it actually exists. XD It is called Balto Beware! And I can't seem to find it anywhere. lol Unpublished book maybe? All the info I can find on it is here:

"Three cheers for Balto and for this affordable picture book--with full-color movie stills--based on Amblin's Alaskan adventure. Balto takes on the tyrannical Steele, who'll do anything--even risk the lives of the children of Nome--to keep Balto from running with the champion dog team." (From Google Books)

"A brave sled dog, Balto is forced to confront his enemy, the tyrannical Steele, who will do anything, even risk the lives of the sick children in Nome, Alaska, to keep Balto from leading his champion team. Original. Movie tie-in" (From Amazon.)

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Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap (1 Aug. 1996)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0448411148
ISBN-13: 978-0448411149
Product Dimensions: 50.8 x 50.8 x 50.8 cm
Length: 24 pages.

So what I am wondering, is whether or not this book was actually unpublished, or was it published and just super rare, or was it actually published, but went under the name of "Balto The Hero." Instead?


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