walt disney worldWalt Disney World can be daunting for adults. You feel compelled to see it all even though it’s enormous. Your goal is to keep everyone happy. Perhaps you’ve visited before and want this trip to be better than before. The other side of the coin is that Disney World is exhilarating. It’s that special place where families can have fun together. You can create memories for years to come. So why not involve your children in the planning?

Birnbaum Guides has tackled this subject with their own Walt Disney World for Kids book and travel guide. Written with children in mind, it prepares them for a trip to the happiest place on earth with advice from a child’s point of view. In fact, it includes “The Reader Review” on specific areas of the parks, hotels and other attractions written by children.

The book begins with planning for your trip; what to pack, how to make a schedule, where to get more information about Walt Disney World and Walt Disney World for Kidssuggestions for counting down the days until your arrival. The other sections are broken down by each park and extras. It also includes a scrapbook and autograph area.

I received the 2011 version during a Disney event and learned that this travel guide is updated every year. Specific details help kids get familiar with all of Disney World. The book is small enough to carry along to the parks to let your children suggest what to do and to get autographs.


I highly recommend Walt Disney World for Kids, a travel guide, for the information, for the excitement it provides and for the ability to make memories by using the scrapbook.

Connie Roberts is a professional blogger who makes it her mission to advocate for people with medical issues. Travel with a disability is not a struggle, but an opportunity to see the world and let others see that it’s possible and a lot of fun. Tweet with her @ConnieFoggles.