Have you been frustrated trying to process the massive amount of information about Disney World? Maybe you've bought a handful of books, visited countless websites, and talked to friends, but still have a problem organizing all of the information to make your perfect family vacation decisions.
This is the book you need to save you time, money, and frustration!
This new, innovative book organizes the massive amount of Disney World information into easy-to-read charts, tables, and graphs that will make your Disney-planning life so much easier!
SPECIAL NOTE - This book is offered as part of a 3-book Disney World combo book called "A Disney World Combo Book! 3 Books in 1, Edition 2: 2019." Click the author name above to find the combo book and SAVE MONEY!
Why should you read a Disney World book written by me?
A teacher by heart and experience, I have been to Disney World as a child and as a parent. I've taken my kids when they were both younger and older.
I've written three Disney World books - this new book, 250 Tips and Tricks for Walt Disney World Resort, and two editions of A Short and Sweet Introduction to Walt Disney World Resort. I've even combined the last two books into one combo book (click on my author name above for links to these books).
I understand that Disney World can be overwhelming and that you don't want to waste a year's worth of time planning a weeklong trip. My books teach you what you need to know, give you some great tips to make your trip easier, and don't overload you with tons of useless information.
****** Here is a list of many of the topics covered in this pioneering book:
Roller Coasters Rides on a Boat Announced Future Rides Rides with a Minimum Height
Rides Compared to Disneyland Resort in California Disneyland Rides not at Walt Disney World Fastpass+ by Theme Park Former Rides at Disney World
Nighttime Shows Live Shows/Musicals Parades Animatronic Shows Movies and 3D Movies Street Entertainment Theme Parks Scavenger Hunts, Games, and Play Areas Epcot World Showcase Entertainment Epcot Interactive Areas Disney Springs Entertainment BoardWalk Entertainment Animals at Animal Kingdom Art Galleries and Shops Golf and Miniature Golf
Character Greetings Alphabetical List of Characters in Character Dining
Dining Overview Dining Credit Type Per Park Dining by Dining Credit Type
Dining by Specialty Cuisine: African Asian Bakery British Cajun/Creole Chinese Cuban French German Indian Italian Irish Japanese Latin American Mediterranean Mexican Moroccan Norwegian Polynesian Seafood Spanish Steakhouse Sushi
Character Dining Buffet/Family Style Dining Dining Plan Comparisons
Resort Categories Suites/Rooms that Sleep 5 or More Disney Story Rooms Club Level Options
Outdoor Movies Campfires Specialty Cruises Guided Fishing Excursions Arcades
Spa Fitness Area
Ferry Transportation Monorail Transportation Gondola Transportation Resort Internal Bus
Basketball Courts Pool Tables Tennis Courts Shuffleboard Volleyball Playgrounds Bicycle Rentals Surrey Bike Rentals Jogging Trails
Zero-Depth Entry Pools Child Splash Pad/Kiddie Pool Hot Tub Water Slides Lazy River Private Pool Areas/Cabanas Pool Bar
Resort Quick Service Dining Resort Table Service Dining Resort Character Dining Dinner Shows Room Service Lounge/Bar (not pool) Live Music at the Bar
Resort Sizes and Number of Rooms Announced Future Resorts Ticket Prices Number of Days Tickets to Use Tickets Hopper Add-On Options
Monorails Ferries Between Parks/Resorts Gondolas (Disney Skyliner) Park-to-Park Transportation
About the author
My name is Joe Dodridge and I live in Fishers, Indiana. My full-time job is a high school teacher. I've taught school for over a dozen years and I was a pastor for 10 years. I'm married and we have two children.
I write both travel books and Christian living books.
My writing "career" really started in eleventh grade when I wrote that year's first essay for English. My teacher gave me my rough draft back with over half of it crossed out and told me what I wrote was useless. I went on to get a C on that first paper and it was the beginning of a brutal boot camp experience of learning how to properly write. (split infinitive - it's OK!)
After countless papers in college and graduate school, my graduate thesis advisor was the daughter of an English professor and a journal editor. So, I went through boot camp 2.0.
In 2007, I started writing a daily devotional online. I bought a website and wrote over 150 devotionals.
Since then, I've written a lot of things that haven't made it out of my computer until July 2017 when I wrote my first book, "A Short and Sweet Introduction to Walt Disney World Resort." That book came out of my love for Disney World, my love for travel, and my desire to finally get a book written.
You can read books purchased on Google Play using your computer's web browser.
eReaders and other devices
To read on e-ink devices like the Sony eReader or Barnes & Noble Nook, you'll need to download a file and transfer it to your device. Please follow the detailed Help center instructions to transfer the files to supported eReaders.