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Moving to Main Street, U.S.A.: How We Left Our Home, Took the Kids, and Moved to the Doorstep of Walt Disney World Paperback – March 13, 2017
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While moving to Florida might sound like a dream come true for many people, and probably any Disney fan, their journey wasn’t without struggles. The Atwoods encountered struggles the likes of online bullying and discouragement to financial strains to personal loss, and yet they kept going.
I found Michele’s story to be inspiring and encouraging, especially for a blogger like myself! In fact, the only criticism I have of this book is not in the story itself but rather in the telling. I feel that Theme Park Press should invest in more thorough editing because there were a LOT of typos in this book. There were misspellings, typos, and a lot of shifting between past and present in the same paragraph and even in the same sentence. If errors like this don’t bother you, then you will likely breeze through this quick and magical Disney read. However, if you’re like me and typos like that really disrupt the reading for you, then you will likely find yourself frustrated at being distracted from the story.
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