|The Lion King: Six New Adventures|
The Lion King: Six New Adventures is a collection of spin-off books inspired by The Lion King.
It is a collection of six short stories written by various authors, and published by Grolier Enterprises, Inc. with permission of the Walt Disney Company. It was produced by Mega-Books, Inc., and released in the United States and the United Kingdom in 1994. The series was also translated into French and released by Hachette at the later date of 2002.
- 1. A Tale of Two Brothers by Alex Simmons
- 2. Nala's Dare by Joanne Barkan
- 3. Vulture Shock by Judy Katschke
- 4. A Snake in the Grass by Leslie McGuire
- 5. Follow the Leader by Page McBrier
- 6. How True, Zazu? by Leslie McGuire
- According to Alex Simmons, this book series is a prequel to The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, thus in-line with the movie franchise.
- The filmmakers of The Lion King II: Simba's Pride are said not to have known about the series during production. This explains why Kopa does not feature in the film.