In Disneylanders by Bob Mclain and Kate Abbott, a teenage girl, Casey, and her family go on their yearly trip to Disneyland, which is the only place she finds familiarity… but this time, things have changed. Her best friend Kiley is no longer going with them due to a fight, Casey is tired of being seen as a little kid, and her parents aren’t listening to her. The trip isn’t as fun and magical as it usually is, but the tables turn when she meets Bert, a boy around her age. Throughout her time with Bert, Casey learns a lot about her parents, life back home, and even herself.
Disneylanders by Bob Mclain and Kate Abbott was an overall good book. Casey, the main character, was very relatable and in no way portrayed as “perfect.” Through this adventure, you’ll laugh and swoon over the romantic moments between Casey and Bert. I think this book would be even better for someone who loves Disneyland, because the author obviously knows a lot about it and incorporates all of its wonders in this book. There were a couple places where the plot moved slowly, and a couple parts seemed unrealistic, but overall it was a great book that I’d defiantly recommend to anyone that’s looking for a light, fun read.