Where Is Walt Disney World? (Where Is?)

by Joan Holub (Author) Gregory Copeland (Illustrator)

Where Is Walt Disney World? (Where Is?)
Reading Level: 4th – 5th Grade
Series: Where Is?
Building the most magical place on earth was no fairy tale. Learn the story behind the creation of Walt Disney World.

In 1964, when Walt Disney and his brother Roy decided to build a second theme park in the Florida swamplands, they kept it super hush-hush. Why? Well, if word got out that they planned to buy up lots of land, the price would have skyrocketed. So the Disneys cleverly covered up their trail, avoiding the Orlando airport and even using made-up names, like Walt and Roy Davis, for their flights. The deception worked. In covering the history of the "Most Magical Place On Earth," Joan Holub takes readers both behind the scenes and underneath the park (there are secret employee-only tunnels that form one big circle under the Magic Kingdom). Loaded with fun facts, this book is a great companion to Who Was Walt Disney?
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Joan Holub
JOAN HOLUB has written and/or illustrated over 70 books for children, including the popular Step into Reading title "Shampoodle."
DAVID GORDON has has written and illustrated many children's books, among them "Hansel and Diesel, The Three Little Rigs, The Ugly Truckling, " and "Smitten." He is also a contributing illustrators to Jon Scieszka's "New York Times" bestselling series, "Trucktown." David has art directed and/or worked on visual development, layout, and character design for numerous production companies from Lucasfilm to Pixar.
Classification
Non-fiction
ISBN-13
9780515158434
Lexile Measure
990L
Guided Reading Level
N/A
Publisher
Penguin Workshop
Publication date
May 20, 2018
Series
Where Is?
BISAC categories
JNF025210 - Juvenile Nonfiction | History | United States/20th Century
JNF058000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Travel
JNF054000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Sports & Recreation | General
Library of Congress categories
History
Florida
Amusement parks
Walt Disney World (Fla.)
Orlando

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