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    Which Book?

    Pardon a newbie question . . .
    I have Birnbaum's guide and just received the 1st edition of the trivia book. I love both! Now, I am thinking of buying the Unofficial Guide and/or the Passporter! I would love to hear your thoughts on these. Also, if I buy the Unofficial Guide, would I miss out on anything if I went with the traveling with kids version? Thank you for always helping us out!
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    I love the Passporter Series. I love the reviews and that they have kids reviewing too! Plus I love to write in it!

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    I have a Passporter one that is WDW Scavenger Hunt book, I love it and recommend it to anyone who wants to see all the "little details" around the parks that you wouldn't otherwise notice.
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    I also have the passporter and love it. You wouldn't need a kids versions because they have rating of attractions from different ages, ex. they have "teen tip" and kids tip". I also love the pockets in the back of the book and places to write things down. The maps are great also.
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    I'll be the dissenting voice, then. I've never read Passporters, but I'm in love with the Unofficial Guide. And no, the fact that you have kids won't be any kind of problem - there's entire chapters in the UG devoted to WDW with kids.

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    Big fan of the unofficial guide. It appears to be backed up by excellent statistical data. Works for me.

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    Thank you for your feedback! I am heading to the bookstore tomorrow to get it (them)!?!?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smith913 View Post
    Thank you for your feedback! I am heading to the bookstore tomorrow to get it (them)!?!?!
    LOL...Yea you can never have to many books about Disney.
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    I love the Passporter Series.I love it and recommend it to anyone who wants to see all the "little details" around the parks that you wouldn't otherwise notice.

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