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by Lisa M. Battista
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  • Author:
    Lisa M. Battista
  • ISBN:
    1439223408
  • ISBN13:
    978-1439223406
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  • Publisher:
    BookSurge Publishing (February 2, 2009)
  • Pages:
    122 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Specialty Travel
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Beyond the Attractions book. Written by a mom of young children and Disney veteran, this Walt Disney World travel guide is packed with child-focused information, tips, and insights from a parent's perspective.

Beyond the Attractions book. Its focus on Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers has all the information parents need to plan an unforgettable Walt Disney World vacation with kids, ages 2-5. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers (2009). by. Lisa M. Battista.

This was my experience with Lisa Battista’s Beyond the Attrations: A Guide to Walt . Most travel guides focus on taking older kids to Disney World. Beyond the Attractions recognizes that the needs of younger children are different and that your touring style will have to reflect that.

This was my experience with Lisa Battista’s Beyond the Attrations: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers. At the end of the book, you’ll find useful appendices full of information that you might not have time to compile yourself or maybe didn’t even think of. At under 200 pages, Beyond the Attractions is small enough to throw in your carry-on luggage.

Then I heard about the book "Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers" by Lisa M. Battista and I calmed down. Beyond the Attractions" is an awesome guide to basically traveling around Disney World with kids 5 and under. Since I am sure there are many people out there who think they have to wait until their kids are older, like I did, this book shows how it is possible to go when they are younger. It is a paperback book perfect for taking with you to Disney World.

Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers has all the information parents need to plan an unforgettable Walt Disney World vacation with kids, ages 2-5. Written by a mom of young children an. . Written by a mom of young children and Disney veteran, this Walt Disney World travel guide is packed with child-foc. Beyond the Attractions. Hamjambo! This is a Swahili greeting guests may hear at Disney’s Animal Kingdom as they make their way through Africa to experience the sights, sounds and attractions of the area inspired by the diversity of the country. Another Swahili term is ‘karibuni’ which means welcome. Guests who travel dow. eyond the Attractions.

Thankfully, Lisa M. Battista (author of Beyond the Attractions) . If you’re planning a Disney vacation with little ones, I definitely recommend snagging a copy of Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers. Battista (author of Beyond the Attractions) has created a great guide with the youngest little travelers in mind! Here’s a brief synopsis of what the book covers to give you a rough idea: The first few chapters cover all kinds of planning & prep information–perfect for getting all those logistical things taken care of (tickets, travel, transportation, gear, packing, touring the parks, etc).

Visiting Disney World With Preschoolers. A trip to Disney World is an ideal first vacation for your preschooler. Help your child (and yourself) get the most from your Disney vacation by choosing the right resort, packing the right gear, and experiencing the best rides and attractions for little ones. When to Go. Preschoolers don't have a firm school schedule, so plan your Disney vacation for the time of year that suits you best. Keep an eye out for special promotions in the fall for preschoolers to enjoy once the "big kids" have gone back to school.

For Walt Disney World dining, please book your reservation online. 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM Eastern Time. Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.

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In November 2009 I was contacted by Lisa Battista, author of a new disney world guide targeting parents of preschoolers . This Christmas break, we took our first trip to Walt Disney World (WDW). It was 5 of us, two adults, a preschooler, a kindergartener and a second grader

In November 2009 I was contacted by Lisa Battista, author of a new disney world guide targeting parents of preschoolers: Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers (2010) She thought her book, not yet published, could be of interest to our visitors. It was 5 of us, two adults, a preschooler, a kindergartener and a second grader. What did I get? Information overload!

Beyond the Attractions: A Guide to Walt Disney World with Preschoolers goes well beyond the typical Disney travel guide. This focused guidebook delves into the Disney experience as seen through the eyes of your preschooler. It unlocks the magic of Walt Disney World for parents of small children by revealing the keys to a successful Walt Disney World trip with little ones. If you have young children, this guide is an essential tool for making your next Walt Disney World vacation a magical and memorable experience for the whole family. Inside you'll find the following - plus more! Planning your Disney Vacation with Kids Character Dining Recreation for Children Parades and Character Greetings Hidden Attractions Attractions to Avoid Attraction Height Restrictions Baby Care Centers Pools and Playgrounds Disney's Magical Express Disney's FASTPASS

Thetalen
Planning trip to Disney World with 3.5 yr old and 1 yr old in mid-Sept. So far this book is helpful, short and sweet. Great since I have little time to read for leisure. Great tips throughout, although one would say many are common sense. Another plus is the emphasis on preschooler's experience will be different from that of older children. The rides my oldest will be able to go on will scare the heck out of her, so we're not even going to try. Shows and visual experiences and character interactions will be the focus. Planning checklist and preschooler packing list are helpful, too.
Yalone
Great book with a lot of great information for someone who has never been to Disney. This helped with a lot of planning a head. Our Disney trip was great and all the planning really paid off.
JoJosho
This books walks you through everything you could ever want to know about taking preschoolers and toddlers to DW. It even details the shows that might have a darkened arena or scenes that sensitive children might find too intense. Love it and highly recommend it!
Marad
The best resource for going to Disney World with little kids, bar none! As a Disney World expert (MousePlanning.com) and the father of 4 kids, I have nothing but praise for this book.
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This guide was extremely helpful. We are taking our 3 & 5 year olds to Disney for the first time. Pages and pages of useful information and tips. So glad I bought it! Packing it in the suitcase!
Shadowredeemer
So far so good! I have 4 kids under age 6 and I'm finding lots of useful tips for our trip in 2 weeks.
Linn
Not Helpful at all. We just got back and all the information in here would be what any one whom has ever been to Disney world would know. For example it warns that some Preschools might get scared by the Pirates of the Caribbean ride because it gets dark at times and because of the load cannon and gun shot sounds. If you have ever been to Disney you know that this ride at times gets dark and has load sound so where is the New information?
My husband and I have been to Walt Disney World 30+ times, some trips with grandchildren in the primary grades and other trips with teens and seniors. I purchased this book, sight unseen, from Amazon expecting to add it to my collection of guidebooks that I share with friends, co-workers, and family. Unless you are a novice and either have limited experience with Walt Disney World or have never been there, I suggest that you BORROW a copy of this guide. The book appears to be self-published and the copy that I received is not shelf-ready. The front cover is attractive, but there is no title information on the spine. The Table of Contents lists entries up to page 68, then lists page 68 for the rest of the entries to the end of the book. Any experienced editor would have caught that gross error. There is useful information, but there is also misinformation and items that are extremely misleading. Several of the suggested activities are available at a cost that is never discussed. For example, if you plan to take your daughter to a tea party at the Grand Floridian you can expect to pay anywhere from $43 to $281, depending on the experience you choose. Parents of preschoolers need relaxing diversions, not an unexpected chunk taken out of their vacation budget. For a more complete guide that includes pros and cons of various activities as well as cost involved, get a copy of PassPorter's Walt Disney World by Jennifer and Dave Marx. Another option is PassPorter's Open Mouse by Deb Wills and Debra Martin Koma, which addresses special needs of families, including age limitations, medical concerns, dietary restrictions, or simply a multi-generational family.