The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World with Kids 2012 Paperback – Oct 4 2011
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From the Back Cover
From the publishers of The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World
"A Tourist's Best Friend!"
—The New York Times
Five Great Features and Benefits offered ONLY by The Unofficial Guide:
Field-tested Touring Plans developed especially for families that can save four hours of standing in line a day, PLUS mini tear-out plans to go
Tips and stories from real families about their experiences at Walt Disney World, including dozens of tips written by kids for kids
Fright-potential warnings for rides that are scary, rough, and will get you wet
Each attraction rated by age group based on a survey of over 40,000 families
Complete descriptions and ratings for all Disney hotels and forthe best non-Disney hotels for families
The Series with more than 4 million copies sold!
Hotels & attractions, ranked and rated
Insider tips that save you time & money
About the Author
Bob Sehlinger is the Publisher of Menasha Ridge Press and author of numerous Unofficial Guides, including the best-selling Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World.
Top Customer Reviews
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This book is jammed pack with information(the font is pretty small). There are itineraries in the back for example: 1 day at Magic Kingdom, 1 day at Magic Kingdom with Kids, etc. We actually didn't use the itineraries because we were with our 3 year old, and she was more interested in seeing the characters and shows than waiting in line for the rides.
Finally, though I appreciated both books, I found the Walt Disney World Web page to be very valuable as well. I could find out where things were, when, etc. and I double checked what the books mentioned with the webpage and was glad I did in some cases.
The only complaint I had for both books was there was a lot of talk about the new additions to Fantasyland including: Princess Hall, Belle's Village and library, etc. but according to the WDW webpage, most of these attractions won't be opening until Dec 2012 and early 2013. I was confused about this until I checked online with WDW directly. I know this is not really the authors' fault as they publish books in advance using information that Disney provides, but it made planning a bit more confusing. We went in July 2012.