"Dora the Explorer: Dora's Ultimate Adventure Collection" -- Kids can join Dora in adventures all over the map before traveling to meet her in person at Disney. (Toddlers to School Age)
"Finding Nemo" -- Epcot's Land of the Seas Pavilion will come alive for children who know Nemo and Crush from the movie. (Preschoolers and Up)
"Pirates of the Caribbean" -- Though Orlando isn't exactly in the Caribbean, maties can still ride the high seas with Captain Jack Sparrow and crew at Disney's Frontierland. (Pre-Teens and Up)
Grandmother's Punch -- Florida bursts with citrus fruit much of the year. Throw a tropical pre-trip party with this festive, juicy treat.
Picadillo -- Orlando has a significant Cuban population. Put spicy-sweet picadillo inside taco shells to make them even more kid-friendly.
"Alligators All Around" -- Luckily most Florida gators stick to the swamps, but the ones in Maurice Sendak's book are so friendly they teach the alphabet. (Ages 2 to 8)
"Zack's Alligator" -- What child hasn't fantasized about a toy pet coming to life? Real alligators probably won't do cartwheels like Zack's, but there are thousands to play with at Gatorland. (Ages 4 to 8)
"A Dolphin Named Bob" -- Get kids excited for Seaworld and other aquatic adventures with the story of baby Bob, based on a real dolphin, who rises to stardom in his aquarium's water show. (Ages 4 to 8)
"Whales With Fur: How to Train Any Animal Using Dolphin Training Techniques" -- Before they ooh and aah over Shamu, the whole family can pitch in to help with pets at home using these expert tricks. (Ages 10 to 16)