This issue has variants.
This was the first volume published in the series. Followed by volume twelve.
Except for the "Toyland" story, the synopses are by Michael Barrier from "Carl Barks and the Art of the Comic Book" (1982).
Title page; Production and copyright credits page includes a single illustration; Title and publisher page
Accompanied by two panels from the Barks stories "The Seven Cities of Cibola" and "The Twenty-Four Carat Moon." Also included are six other assorted panels and three photos of Barks himself.
Includes an illustration
In the story notes Francesco Stajano and Leonardo Gori note that the reproduction materials for this story were missing for decades. Most of the previous reprints were reconstructed versions. It wasn't until 2011 that this story was finally reprinted using original artwork.
Includes a single illustration from "The Crazy Quiz Show." "Managing the Echo System" is mispelled on this page.
Includes a single illustration from "The True Test."
Fourteen articles accompanied by thirty panels from the story contents. One panel each from “Lost in the Andes,” “Jumping to Conclusions,” “The True Test,” “Ornaments on the Way,” “Too Fit to Fit,” "Sleepy Sitters," "Slippery Shine" and "Tunnel Vision." Two panels apiece from "The Golden Christmas Tree," "Race to the South Seas," "Voodoo Hoodoo," "Toyland," "The Crazy Quiz Show," "Truant Office Donald," "Donald Duck's Worst Nightmare," "Pizen Spring Dude Ranch," "Rival Beachcombers," "Managing the Echo System" and "Plenty of Pets."
Cover reprints come after the first, second, fifth and eighth pages of the previous article. Each image has the left and upper margin slightly cut off.