So, I read this about a month before we left for Disney World with THREE children -a 1 year old, a 3 year old, and a 4 year old. Some of the advice is incredibly helpful-the fastpass info, general ideas as to the layout of the park. They warn you to get reservations at the character restaurants early-so true.They continually recommend their plans-but they weren't so helpful.
It just seemed like the entire book could could be condensed into the regular book.
The author's advice to get up early to get to the park early to start the touring plans so that you can see the most of the park-would probably be good for most people-not for us! We went later-as in 11:00 a.m. stayed enough to ride a few rides-maybe 4 hours? That worked for us. I hate rushing around like its the Amazing Race or the like.
What annoyed me the most-was the "how to raise your child" advice throughout the book. I get "make sure your kids get a nap"-very helpful and true. But the "don't yell at your children" etc, etc-is condescending. Seriously, if you have to read a tour book to learn how to raise your children-the gig is up. Odd to me, at least.
If I could do it again-I would still buy it-because I don't have a ton of time to do online research. However, all the information in the book is available on the web (except how the author thinks you should raise your children of course. HaHa)