Seen Un-Seen Disneyland Online Store
I am so proud to announce the Grand Re-Opening of the Seen Un-Seen Disneyland Online Store. You can now order autographed copies of my books directly from me.
These books are full color books with no duplication between the two. They will show you hundreds of the wonderful details that the Walt Disney Imagineers (WDI) have added to help make Disneyland the special place that it is.
Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland documents and highlights the many obscure and unique details that are built within Walt Disney’s Disneyland. With over 325 full-color images, Russell Flores brings to life—and to sight—the many wonders that Disney Imagineers have thoughtfully placed inside the Magic Kingdom. Stories, trivia, and over a dozen quizzes are part of this unique and first-of-its-kind book. Learn about things that visitors often see but not notice when visiting Disneyland. This book will make all subsequent visits to Disneyland that much more magical and inviting.
More Seen-Un-Seen Disneyland is ALL NEW material (No duplication) with over 590 new, Full Color Photographs covering more of the wonderful details at Disneyland. There is no duplication of the first book and it is about 1 1/2 times the size of the first book. This book contains such topics as: Tributes to former attractions and Cast Members, Urban Legends, Landscaping, Names, Disneyland Railroad, Haunted Mansion, and many more… There are 268 pages, 597 pictures, 321 end notes, 16 quizzes, and over 165 references.
These books will come direct from the author, Russell Flores, and are autographed and can be personalized upon request.
And to celebrate my new store, I will be selling Seen Un-Seen Disneyland for $11 ($8.95 savings) and More Seen Un-Seen Disney for $12 ($9.95 savings) Until midnight St. Patrick’s day (PST). Be sure to check out my store and to share the link with fellow Disney fans.
Sudbooks Online Store
That’s right, I’ve finally finished my second book covering more of the wonderful details that the Walt Disney Imagineers have added to the Park. This book due to be released July 17th bring 266 more pages containing 582 full color photographs, 313 end notes, 16 quizzes and over 165 references. Don’t miss out on our special pre-sale offer. Just sent us an email at email@example.com asking to be placed on our waiting list. The email will only be used for this special offer to be sent out once we are ready to ship. This is not a commitment to buy, only a request to receive our special offer.
Disney Parks Blog just posted that Mad T Party is to return May 22nd as part of the kick off celebrations for Disneyland 60th anniversary. Check out the whole story here at Disney Parks Blog.
Have you wanted to learn more about the foods of Disneyland and the history of the restaurants? Then Jae Brattain has the tour for your, Magical Food Tour. His small 4 to 8 person, approximately 2 hour tour of the restaurants of Disneyland is designed to teach you about the foods available and the history behind them. Jae can also teach about the foods you’ve always had questions about, but where afraid to try. I’ve listen to Jae on The Disgeek Podcast for two years now and have learned a lot about the whys of food that I never understood before. He really knows his foods. Check out his web page at http://www.magicalfoodtour.com/ or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MagicalFoodTour.
George Taylor and Jeff Heimbuch just posted a review on Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland on The Disney Review. This is so AWESOME!. I love the review. Here is an opening excerpt:
“George: With the proliferation and ease of publishing books we’ve seen an influx of Disney-related titles, some good and some bad. Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland by Russell Flores is in it’s second edition and it’s a great read for people that are interested in seeing and learning about all of those little details that make up Disneyland. The book is in full color with every photo taken by the author. And we’re talking hundreds of photos!”
The MiceChat’s review of Seen Un-Seen Disneyland is fantastic.
Check out the full review at: The Disney review on MiceChat.
This month I feature my friend’s book, “Hunting Hidden Mickeys Disneyland Edition”. This book documents all the traditional and non-traditional Hidden Mickeys. But it’s not just a list, it has a photograph for each one to assist in locating or as a historical visual documentation of these wonderful little gems. Check it out at http://sudbooks.com/selected-reading/
That’s right, Sam Gennawey’s The Disneyland Story is this month’s featured book. Sam’s book covers the history of the Disneyland park as never told before. He describes it as Walt Disney’s third child. Check out this wonderful and must have book on Disneyland.
And while you’re there, check out the April Featured audio. This month we feature Communicore Weekly, The Musical. A fun and not so informative history of Disneyland.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions on if the newest printing is a whole new book. No it is not. We did take the opportunity to correct some typos and add a couple of sentences. These additions are minimal, like noting the “Secret Bathroom” is now gone. If you have the first book already, most people are fine and don’t need to replace or add to it. Only if you need another copy or are one of those book puriests like several of my friends would you need to order. Otherwise, enjoy your first edition copy and thank for buying my book.
This month’s featured book is Bill Cotters new book The 1964-1965 New York World’s Fair. This is a new edition to his previous book and is full color. http://sudbooks.com/selected-reading/