Guide book

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  1. kcchief

    kcchief Mouseketeer

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    I have been to wdw several times, but my upcoming trip will be my wife's first(as well as my our two young children's). Even though there is a vast amount of info on the web about wdw, and she is very Internet savvy, I would like to get her a guide book so she can read up. She is a book junkie and would get more out of a book. There are so many on the market. Can someone recommend a good one? Thanks in advance!
     
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  3. siskaren

    siskaren DIS Veteran

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    I really like PassPorter.
     
  4. lovetoscrap

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    I love the Unofficial Guide to WDW for planning. Also second the vote for Passporter.

    Check your local library. They probably have several of the planning books there and you can compare them. Sometimes they are not completely current but you get a good feel for how useful it would be to buy the most current version.
     
  5. lovin'fl

    lovin'fl DIS Veteran

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    Thanks.
     
  6. kcchief

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    Thank you
     

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