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From Go Trexx:
This isn't like other travel guides.
- 13 highlights of the Big Apple: New York City.
- Over 70 pictures gives a sneak peek of attractions.
- GPS enabled to alert you when you're near something special.
- Kids can quiz parents with "Stump the Folks" questions.
- Unlock special features as you visit different places.
- Plugged in with Facebook, Twitter, tumblr, and YouTube.
- Personalized picture postcards that put YOU in the center of the action--snap and send to your friends instantly.
Kid-friendly descriptions help you discover all kinds of cool things about some of the best NYC attractions:
- CENTRAL PARK: That's a lot of grass to cut.
- GRAND CENTRAL TERMINAL: Can you solve the mystery of Platform 61? (It's not on the maps, but it's there).
- BROOKLYN BRIDGE: What does this bridge have to do with calling large things "jumbo?"
- EMPIRE STATE BUILDING: This building has different colors shining on it almost every night-why?
- THE STATUE OF LIBERTY: How is this statue like a jigsaw puzzle?
- TIMES SQUARE: Wanna see your name up in lights? Yep, you can.
- CHRYSLER BUILDING: What's the secret behind how this building surprised the world?
- ROCKEFELLER CENTER: Go for a stroll along a construction high beam 840 feet up. Easy!
- NY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Who are Patience and Fortitude? And why do they hang out in front of the library?
- 5TH AVENUE: The most-photographed attraction in all of NYC is something on this luxury street. What is it? Hint: It's not a memorial or a statue.
- WALL STREET: Yes, there really once was a wall on this street. Why?
- NEW YORK CITY HISTORY: Did you know that when you visit NYC, you're visiting: Goats' Town?
- 9/11 MEMORIAL: Near the Memorial, a new tribute is rising, and it's now even taller than the Empire State Building.
Parents: Most kids' "travel apps" are just games to keep kids occupied during trips. These guides are different.