InsideScoop® To Walt Disney World® Disney's Hollywood Studios®
Publication date: October 2008
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Grab this Magical book… Gather the kids (of all ages)
Get out the scissors, glue and tape…
Gear up the Internet… AND
Get ready to
Engage Your Whole Family in Designing Your Best Ever Disney World Vacation with This Uniquely Interactive Scrapbook of Anticipations & Keepsake Album
Even if you spent 30 days at Walt Disney World Orlando, you’d never be able to experience every ride and attraction and or eat at every restaurant. Since most of us can only spend a few days at Disney, we need to make every golden minute count. This means that each family or group member needs to choose ahead of time the specific rides, attractions, and dining options that fit their particular interests and age… and then plan accordingly.
That’s where I and my team of “Disney Geeks” come in. We’ve already narrowed the challenge for you by concentrating on only The Disney’s Hollywood Studios, a popular Walt Disney World resort park, with its individual areas of Backlot, Mickey Avenue, Animation Courtyard, Sunset Boulevard, Hollywood Boulevard, and Pixar Place.
We’ll show you how to use this book—with its maps, descriptions, notations of appropriate age ranges, and tips—and various Web sites, too, as interactive tools to educate you and the kids about every aspect of every ride, attraction, and restaurant.
We want everyone to make wise “I wanna” choices and enjoy collaborating to:
1. Create a “Scrapbook of Anticipations” now, which becomes a take-along picture guide to what each person anticipates:
• Doing each day in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
• Read, or allow the kids to read, the description of each ride or attraction.
• Look at related pictures in the book or visit Web sites listed in the Appendix for photos.
• Decide which rides and entertainment they want to experience.
• Cut out/tape the pictures of each ride, attraction, entertainment and restaurant into the allotted spaces, just as my granddaughter is doing above.
2) Make a “Keepsake Photo Album” later, which captures all of your favorite memories and moments after you get home:
• Remove the taped pictures from the scrapbook and paste personal photos of family members.
• Childhood glee (or horror)as they experienced various rides, entertainment, or meals.
• Write captions to the photos or make short journal entries that describe actions or feelings.
• Share the album with family and friends and keep it as a treasured family heirloom.
There are many Walt Disney World Orlando guides available, but this is the ONLY ONE that gives you a convenient way to turn trip planning into a fun family project now and organize your family’s antics and adventures in Disney’s Hollywood Studios into a keepsake album later.
This book is not affiliated in any way with the Walt Disney Company or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. This information contained in this book represents the opinions, experiences and research of the Authors.
Bruce Moran grew up 50 miles north of Walt Disney World®. Bruce takes his grand kids back to his favorite vacation spot as often as he can.
Paula Brown recalls fondly sitting with her father as a child, reading the Winnie the Pooh stories together. That was the beginning of her love for Disney. It was many years later that she finally made it to Walt Disney World® in Florida. She currently lives in Virginia with her family.
Paula is well known for her Science Fiction book “Dream Wanderers.” ISBN # 978-1-59095-874-2.
Patrick Corley After he graduated from high school he moved to Florida and worked for Disney World for some time.