Amusement Parks Book Lists
“Roller Coaster” by Marla Frazze - Mr. Wil’s Read-Alouds [Picture-Perfect Science]
Suitable for young children - Lilleputthammer Amusement Park
Hotel rooms can be booked for 1, 2 or 3 nights. As of 3 January , daily arrival will be possible when booking a family room. A stay in Efteling includes admission to the park on all days during regular opening times, including on your day of arrival and departure. Extend your visit at Efteling and book an overnight stay in one of the many accommodation options. Efteling is open every day of the year to enchant you each season.
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Nice family park to spend a day with small children about 4 years. The activities are more fun than Nice place for families with small children. We brought our 2 year old. She had a good time trying This park is very suitable for younger children. Small park so one day is enough.
Travel time: 1 hr 30 min by car. At Sesame Place in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, each of the dozens of water slides, rides and attractions is aimed at kids ages two to tween—and anyone else nostalgic for a certain PBS show that infuses every inch of this acre theme park. Once inside, don't miss Blast Off, which launches kids and parents to Planet Elmo, and Monster Mix-Up , which takes little ones on a spin across the dance floor. There are also exciting plays and a super fun water park with a castle , splash pad, wave pool and more. In , Sesame Place became the first-ever certified autism center, offering experiences and activities for children with special needs. We highly recommend this park for families and kids of all abilities.
Geek Love , by Katherine Dunn. This book is a completely engrossing fantasy about a hunchback albino dwarf; her brother, who has flippers and gills; and her Siamese-twin sisters. Technically, Geek Love tells the story of a carnival family in which the children have been chemically and genetically engineered to have freakish bodies and supernatural powers. Jurassic Park , by Michael Chrichton Did you forget that all this Mesozoic fun happened at an amusement park? Me, too. Too bad the island also attracted thieving scientists and tropical storms. One of the best books I read last year, and all the more chilling because the story is true.