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Book Reviews on Seen Un Seen Disneyland

What are the Disneyland experts saying about Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland. Here are a few of the Book Reviews on Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland.

“Even if you have made many trips to Disneyland, you probably have not noticed all of the little touches that were designed into the park. The book is a delight to read, bringing up many “I never knew that” comments. The author’s many color photographs enable the reader to actually visualize all the points discussed. Loads of fun!”

Dave Smith, Chief Archivist Emeritus (retired Walt Disney Archives)

“A fascinating look into some of the magic that makes Disneyland so special. No matter how well you think you know Disneyland this book will show you something for the first time.”

Bill Cotter, Author (The Wonderful World of Disney Television)

“You may think you know Disneyland, you may have been a dozen or more times, but the only way to truly know Disneyland is to read this book. It is a comprehensive treasure trove of insiders information of the inside story of Disneyland’s design. I thought I knew the park until I read this book, now I realize what I was missing, this is a must read for any Disneyland fan!

David Oneal, Host / Author (ThemeParks360.com / Extinct Attractions)

“This book has amazing facts, history, and the great details that other Disneyland books do not have. I can easily tell that Russell has a great love and respect for the original Disney park. This book is for any fan of Disneyland because it is very straight forward and organized. Excellent book!”

Lynn Barron, Host (The Sweep Spot Podcast)

A friend of this show, Russell Flores, has published a new book about the little details and history of what makes Disneyland so special to all of us. Filled with pictures and backstories, Russell passion to share with you his findings will make you more aware of how unique Disneyland is. Plus, you need to get this because I wrote the “Foreword” to it! Order it today!

Tommy “TommyPix” Allison, Host (The Sweep Spot Podcast / The DisGeek Podcast)

For a guest preparing for their first visit to Disneyland, Seen, Unseen Disneyland is a wonderful introduction to the magic of Walt’s park and why it sets the standard for all theme parks. For a guest who knows Disneyland like their own backyard, Seen, Unseen Disneyland contains little-known facts and details that will bring a new depth to their Disneyland experience.

Michael Bowling, Host (Dis Unplugged: Disneyland Podcast)

“When I received this book in the mail, autographed by the author, I was very excited to read it. It was packed full of over 340 color photos. Every glossy page was just covered with them. Russell Flores did a great job at pointing out things around the park that most people don’t even notice. He even gives bits of trivia with some of them. I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to see what they don’t normally see.”

Joshua Shaffer, Author, Discovering The Magic Kingdom: An Unofficial Disneyland Vacation Guide

This book is a must have in any collection of the book we all know we already have from Disney. The forward alone sums it all up and gives me chills thinking about uncovering even more than I already know about the ‘Happiest Place on Earth.’
DisneyBlu, Disney On Demand Podcast

Seen, Un-Seen Disneyland is one of the best efforts that I have seen to date in making Disneyland pictures the star in a non-Disney published book.

Between Disney Review

Russell has put together a delightful book based on a simple premise; focus on Disney details that are hidden in plain sight. This journey into authorship was the result of 2005 trip when Russell noticed how Disneyland themed it’s trashcans. Having met Russell a couple of times, I can see how this became an obsession. Over the years worked hard reading everything he could and started to document these little treasures. Along with trash cans, Russell documents other not so hidden treasures like ticket booths, Sleeping Beauty Castle, the sexy women of Disney (?), signs, “The Ghosts of Disneyland Attractions Past,” turkeys, and much more. If you are looking for secret knowledge to freak out your friends or to peel back another layer while visiting the park, the book is a good read. The book is filled with color photos. To his credit, he footnotes all of his information, adding much needed credibility. Watch for multiple volumes.
Sam Gennawey, Author / MiceChat writer (Walt and the Promise of Progress City / The Disneyland Story)

A while ago I read about the cats at Disneyland and was excited to actually see pictures of them in this book. My favorite part was that it shows lots of pictures of Hidden Mickeys in Disneyland. This is a great book for people who would like to know about all about cool little known things in Disneyland. I recommend this book for big Disney fans!
“Future Imagineer”, 10 Year Old Future Imagineer blog

Seen, Unseen Disneyland – What You See at Disneyland, but Never Really See, is written by author Russell D. Flores and is a photographic journey through Disneyland. With Russell’s images capturing the details you can begin to unravel the minute details and layers that Walt and his Imagineers put into the park.

Michelle Young, Minnie Minxes

Russell has just released a second edition of the book. It’s truly a Disneyland-lover’s dream solely because of the amazing amount of full-color photographs that Russell has included. He’s also done a great job of finding those little details that often go unseen by most guests.

George Taylor MiceChat / Imaginerding / Communicore Weekly

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