Around Toronto with kids

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Fodor's, Jun 1, 2001 - Travel - 160 pages
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For this smart, cheerful little book, Fodor's parent-experts have hand-picked68 terrific things to doaround Toronto with a child in tow from The Bata Shoe Museum to The Osborne Collection of Early Children's Books. Written by parents who live in Toronto, this book is smart about what kids like and about what parents need. It includes all thedetails for planning(addresses, phone numbers, admission prices, and age-appropriateness); "Hey Kids!" info boxes filled withfun facts;ideas forplaces to grab a bite to eat nearby; and a cool"Games" sectionthat will keep everyone happily occupied while waiting in line. Designed to lure even the crankiest young tourists to sites of interest...with a nod toward grown-up sensibilities, too."-- Good Housekeeping

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About the author (2001)

Kate Pocock has written a family travel column called Family Fare, for the Toronto Sun newspaper for six years. She contributed to National Geographic's first book for families, National Geographic Guide to Family Adventure Vacations, published spring 2000, and has just finished Fodor's Around Toronto with Kids, to be published by Random House in June 2001. She is also Senior Editor for the Air Miles magazine, Travel & more.