LEGOLAND? California near San Diego is a wonderful theme park designed especially for children under twelve. It's heaven for LEGO? lovers. This guidebook for kids is the perfect planning tool for your whole family. Read it over before you go to get more out of your trip.
Click through these pages for fun facts, trivia, a quiz, and links to more information about the things you'll see inside LEGOLAND? California. As your family explores the ...
LEGOLAND® California near San Diego is a wonderful theme park designed especially for children under twelve. It's heaven for LEGO® lovers. This guidebook for kids is the perfect planning tool for your whole family. Read it over before you go to get more out of your trip.
Click through these pages for fun facts, trivia, a quiz, and links to more information about the things you'll see inside LEGOLAND® California. As your family explores the park's ten zones, you'll encounter hundreds of LEGO® models, super-fun attractions, and even a new water park! There are three not-too-scary roller coasters, as well as lots of kiddie rides and LEGO® shops. You'll love AQUAZONE® Wave Racers, Volvo Driving School, Fire Academy, Coastersaurus, Imagination Zone, and Miniland USA!
Please take note of some useful symbols. These will appear throughout the book as attractions are mentioned.
S = Scary
D = Dark
A = Awesome: don't miss this attraction
T = Thrilling: think roller coasters
W = Wet: you might get soaked
With Planet Explorers Travel Guides for Kids, you'll be ready for anything! Don't miss the other titles in this exciting series for 8-12 year-old travelers. There's Planet Explorers Disneyland, Disney World Details, Disney Cruise Line, Walt Disney World Swimming Pools 2013, Epcot, SeaWorld Orlando, Disneyland Paris Resort, Planet Explorers London, Planet Explorers New York City, Planet Explorers Chicago, Planet Explorers Philadelphia, Planet Explorers Las Vegas, Universal Orlando Resort, The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, and LEGOLAND Florida. Have fun!
Author Laura Schaefer explains the concept behind the Planet Explorers Travel Guides for Kids series:
"I wanted to give young readers an easy way to become vacation experts. The whole philosophy behind the series is empowering kids and engagement through photos, fun facts, and web links. I love history, and I've been a middle school curriculum writer for over a decade, so my guidebooks definitely have a 'social studies' feel to them.
"Planet Explorers guidebooks cut out all the stuff children would find boring if they looked through a regular travel guide and focus on attractions and fun facts. The guides have a lot of pictures and even include a quiz at the end. Parents have told me they're excited about the easy way the guidebooks incorporate learning about geography, history, art and science into real-life experiences.
"I loved traveling as a kid. I want to empower my readers to be part of planning vacations with their parents. That way, the trip is more fun and fulfilling for the whole family."