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For the adults, his main website NeilGaiman.comhas a ton of cool stuff to download, read and listen to, including short stories such as the Hugo Award-nominated How To Talk To Girls At Parties, his 'David Bowie fan fiction' The Return Of The Thin White Duke, essays by and about Gaiman, audio interviews, readings and book excerpts.
For kids, head over to MouseCircus.comThe "Official Neil Gaiman Website For Young Readers", where you can listen to the author read the entirety of his best-selling The Graveyard Book on video, as well as another video where Gaiman and "lots of other people" read the whole of Coraline.
Below is a list of some rides you can enjoy virtually as we all practice some very important social distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Ride through Space Mountain located in Tomorrowland at Magic Kingdom.
Experience Slinky Dog Dash at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
Take a fun boat ride on It's A Small World in Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom.
Stop at Epcot and say "Hi" to Elsa, Olaf, and more on Frozen Ever After.
Take a quick jaunt under the sea on The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Undersea Adventure.
Make a trip to Neverland and ride on Peter Pan's Flight.
Travel through "a cartoon universe" on Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway at Disney's Hollywood Studios.
While at Magic Kingdom, "Yo ho ho" your way through the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
Go on Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin at Tomorrowland
And, duuudeee, you totally have to experience The Seas with Nemo & Friends.
REMEMBER TO KEEP YOUR DISTANCE WHILE HAVING FUN! Scavenger hunts provide a wealth of opportunities for active fun. Many children, as parents could likely attest to, have a natural urge to explore – which is easily satiated by a good scavenger hunt. Additionally, a well thought out and set up hunt gives parents the opportunity to teach their kids a few things about the outdoors. Coming up with ideas about what exactly to search for in an impromptu scavenger hunt isn’t too difficult; all you really need to do is look around you.