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Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, The : Updated Edition

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Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, The : Updated Edition

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    Available in PDF Format | Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World, The : Updated Edition.pdf | English
    Alex Wright(Author) Imagineers(Illustrator)
Who better to tour people around the Disney parks than the """"imagineers"""" - the people who created them? The Imagineering Field Guide provides just that experience - explaining large concepts and pointing out subtle details, revealing stories, back stories and imagineering insights never heard before! Now updated, this innovative and entertaining guide will certainly enrich the experience of visiting Walt Disney World.
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  • By prettyconverse on 10 January 2010

    For the reasonable price these books offer you plenty for your money. Delving into the sheer amount of work behind each and every attraction, shop, even fence post, within the Magic Kingdom, this book (and the others within the series) allows you to have a greater appreciation for the parks. Whether you're a first-timer or have visited WDW more times than you can count, this book is for you, and you're sure to learn something that you didn't know before.Great portable size and detailed pictures help with the many descriptions and explanations.

  • By Theme Park Buff on 28 February 2010

    This book can be read over two commuting trips in the tube in London, hence it won't be entertaining you for days, but it's packed with nice little facts about the park and highly enjoyable!

  • By Emily Jarvis on 3 March 2010

    I purchased this book in preparation to my visit to WDW, I've been a few times as a kid but now returning as an adult (debatable!) I wanted to find out the concepts behind the park. The book arrived today and although I cant complain about the price or the handy pocket size I opened the book to an instant headache. A couple of Ibruprofen's later and I'm still struggling to read the oversized crammed print amongst the vertical and horizonal blocks of kiddy-like clashing colours. 5* for the images & concept sketches accompanying the copy but you need to strain your eyesight to view them. My suggestion to the graphic designers next time round is to increase the page dimensions slightly, take down the point size of the text by 1 or 2pts, pro up the images and tone down the colour - let the pages breathe!!! Conclusion, informative but hard to read - I'm really glad I only bought the one book as was tempted to buy the whole series. Will have to look elsewhere for my Disney fact fix! If you do purchase this book - make sure you stock up on tablets too! A real shame, a good book let down by poor layout.

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