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by Katherine Schultz,Allan Ishac


From the author of NEW YORK'S 50 BEST PLACES TO FIND PEACE AND QUIET comes the ultimate guide to guaranteed good-time .

From the author of NEW YORK'S 50 BEST PLACES TO FIND PEACE AND QUIET comes the ultimate guide to guaranteed good-time spots for kids in New York City. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.

From the author of New York's 50 Best Places to Find Peace and Quiet comes the ultimate guide to guaranteed . Author Biography: Allan Ishac is an advertising copywriter and creator of the Telly Award-winning Hard Hat Harry(tm) children's video series. He is also the author of New York's 50 Best Places to Find Peace & Quiet. Allan lives in Manhattan and seeks serenity through balloon sculpting.

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1st ed. by Allan Ishac. Published 1997 by City & Company in New York New York's fifty best places to take children.

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If I had checked with New York's 50 Best Places to Take Children I would have found out that there is a 90 minute tour boat that goes past the Statue of Liberty. My son would have seen the statue without the long, tiring lines to wait on just to go to the top of the pedestal (we weren't early enough to go to the crown). Mr. Ishac has captured the best attractions the big apple has to offer a child from the kid's point of view. The book is small enough to carry in a pocket while acting like a tourist; even if you have lived in NY all of your life like I have.

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From the author of NEW YORK'S 50 BEST PLACES TO FIND PEACE AND QUIET comes the ultimate guide to guaranteed good-time spots for kids in New York City. From Abracadabra, the store known as the Halloween capitol of the city, to Winnie-the-Pooh at the Donnell Library, Ishac lists dozens of kid-tested sights for sports, arts, science and just plain fun. This completely revised second edition has many new entries.

New York's 50 Best Places to Take Children epub download

ISBN13: 978-1885492302

ISBN: 1885492308

Author: Katherine Schultz,Allan Ishac

Category: Travel

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: City & Co; 1st edition (April 1, 1997)

Pages: 126 pages

ePUB size: 1906 kb

FB2 size: 1415 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 453

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Vutaur
I thought this was for New York state. My mistake. It's for NY City. Many great place were covered in Fodor's "Where Should We Take the Kids: Northeast". Other places wouldn't be on top of visitors' list but will suit families who LIVE in NYC more. Unless you are staying there for a long time and want to exhaust all possible options.
Vutaur
I thought this was for New York state. My mistake. It's for NY City. Many great place were covered in Fodor's "Where Should We Take the Kids: Northeast". Other places wouldn't be on top of visitors' list but will suit families who LIVE in NYC more. Unless you are staying there for a long time and want to exhaust all possible options.
Coiwield
This book is pretty helpful for those weekend 'what do you feel like doing' moments. I have lived in NY my whole life, (30 years) and had never been to the (mini) zoo in Queens. It lists some pretty cool places to go and see, with accurate and updated descriptions. If you have kids, and live in NY, you need this book.
Coiwield
This book is pretty helpful for those weekend 'what do you feel like doing' moments. I have lived in NY my whole life, (30 years) and had never been to the (mini) zoo in Queens. It lists some pretty cool places to go and see, with accurate and updated descriptions. If you have kids, and live in NY, you need this book.
Downloaded
Clear, fun, enticing ideas to get one through the long and arduous day of being a New York grandparent. It makes my grandchildren adore me. I am the perfect granny thanks to this book.
Downloaded
Clear, fun, enticing ideas to get one through the long and arduous day of being a New York grandparent. It makes my grandchildren adore me. I am the perfect granny thanks to this book.
Foginn
This book represents a rare combination of keen insight, brilliantly clever writing, and effective layout. As you can tell, I really liked it. We had a much better NYC vacation with our children because of this book!
Foginn
This book represents a rare combination of keen insight, brilliantly clever writing, and effective layout. As you can tell, I really liked it. We had a much better NYC vacation with our children because of this book!
*Nameless*
There are SO many great things to do in New York City with kids that this book should have been a breeze for its authors. The suggestions are all "OK". But there is very little that is insightful, and it lacks real excitement and interest.

Perhaps its too hard for a print publication to keep current, and readers would be better off going on the web and looking at Time Out New York Kids.

I was disappointed.
*Nameless*
There are SO many great things to do in New York City with kids that this book should have been a breeze for its authors. The suggestions are all "OK". But there is very little that is insightful, and it lacks real excitement and interest.

Perhaps its too hard for a print publication to keep current, and readers would be better off going on the web and looking at Time Out New York Kids.

I was disappointed.
Silverbrew
You will no longer have any excuse for being bored on a rainy day (or a sunny day either!) I recently took my 5 year old to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island without first checking to see what information this book offered. BAD MOVE! My son was tired of waiting on the long lines, bored with static exhibits, hungry, hot, etc. If I had checked with New York's 50 Best Places to Take Children I would have found out that there is a 90 minute tour boat that goes past the Statue of Liberty. My son would have seen the statue without the long, tiring lines to wait on just to go to the top of the pedestal (we weren't early enough to go to the crown). Mr. Ishac has captured the best attractions the big apple has to offer a child from the kid's point of view. The book is small enough to carry in a pocket while acting like a tourist; even if you have lived in NY all of your life like I have. Included in the featured attractions are the usual favorites such as the American Museum of Natural History and the Empire State building plus some unusual and obscure spots such as the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory. Now I just have to try and find the time to visit all of these great places.
Silverbrew
You will no longer have any excuse for being bored on a rainy day (or a sunny day either!) I recently took my 5 year old to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island without first checking to see what information this book offered. BAD MOVE! My son was tired of waiting on the long lines, bored with static exhibits, hungry, hot, etc. If I had checked with New York's 50 Best Places to Take Children I would have found out that there is a 90 minute tour boat that goes past the Statue of Liberty. My son would have seen the statue without the long, tiring lines to wait on just to go to the top of the pedestal (we weren't early enough to go to the crown). Mr. Ishac has captured the best attractions the big apple has to offer a child from the kid's point of view. The book is small enough to carry in a pocket while acting like a tourist; even if you have lived in NY all of your life like I have. Included in the featured attractions are the usual favorites such as the American Museum of Natural History and the Empire State building plus some unusual and obscure spots such as the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory. Now I just have to try and find the time to visit all of these great places.
Dagdalas
while the author does highlight some cool places in the 5 boroughs, his treatment of New Jersey is bizarre. The only NJ location he includes is the shabby, worn-out NJ Children's Museum (skip it and go to the CMM)-- the NJCM can only be gotten to by car and is 20-25 minutes outside Manhattan/Bronx. Then he completely ignores the wonderful Liberty Science Center, which is accessible from Manhattan from a downtown Ferry. One can only wonder why.
Dagdalas
while the author does highlight some cool places in the 5 boroughs, his treatment of New Jersey is bizarre. The only NJ location he includes is the shabby, worn-out NJ Children's Museum (skip it and go to the CMM)-- the NJCM can only be gotten to by car and is 20-25 minutes outside Manhattan/Bronx. Then he completely ignores the wonderful Liberty Science Center, which is accessible from Manhattan from a downtown Ferry. One can only wonder why.