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144.9 #2976 DL Qual #3989 12-30-12 2:03AM
Hey guys and gals I'm kind of overwhelmed with options and need your help! A few days ago I downloaded the kindle app for my iPad. Since then I read The deadliest cast member and fell in love with reading on this iPad. I was wondering if there are any other books about Disneyland you recommend. The only Disneyland related books I've read so far are the two episodes of the deadliest cast member so I'm really overwhelmed with all these options!
I like The Disneyland Encyclopedia by Chris Strodder. Lots of interesting little tidbits about the park and you can get the Kindle version for less than $5. - JustCantWait   1148.5 #194 12-30-12 3:45AM Like(2)  Reply
I remember seeing that as an option. Does it read like a good narative? I'm trying to avoid anything that's just a thrown together list of facts and trivia. - dsmdanny  144.9 #2976 12-30-12 4:22AM
I like this book also - Sandy  245.8 #1547 12-30-12 5:26AM
Me three. I have this book. - Alicewhoareyou  2813.7 #63 12-30-12 12:34PM
It's mostly little historical vignettes about different aspects of the park. If you want narrative there's a series called Hidden Mickey Adventures and another called Kingdom Keepers. Both are geared towards younger audiences, but I know adults who read and enjoy them. - JustCantWait  1148.5 #194 12-31-12 3:03AM
I've read all the Kingdom Keepers books. They're kinda like mysteries set in the parks. They keep me attention and I'm well beyond the young adult audience they are geared to. 😝 - MousekaNinja  422.4 #613 12-31-12 3:59AM
Jus another heads up, not DL book related, but if you have a library that does digital downloads, you can check out books without ever leaving home. I love it, and free. Everything is the same as going inside the library. Need a library card, ours is 14 days borrowing. Some books have a wait list (depending on #copies). - Sugarbuzz   335.8 #828 12-30-12 6:58AM Like  Reply
I don't think my library does this but I know my schools library does. Unfotunatly their digital collection is limited to academic journals, cal jur books, and other tools for legal research. - dsmdanny  144.9 #2976 12-30-12 12:33PM
Google your library to double check or call them. It might be worth checking into. - Sugarbuzz  335.8 #828 12-30-12 3:54PM
Kingdom Keepers series (I think 5 books). It's for a younger reader but still enjoyed it. - mamamouse22   27.8 #6808 12-31-12 8:10AM Like  Reply