In the 1950s the Golden Press, publisher of Little Golden Books, produced a series of children's activity books centered on stickers. Publisher Simon and Schuster also published some of these. The books carried a theme and pages of educational text. Each page had a place to stick one of the gummed, perforated stickers included with the books. Golden collaborated with Disney on several different books, based on popular films, series, and documentaries. This particular example, not associated with Disney, focuses on Swift's classic story "Gulliver's Travels."