Walt Disney's Imagineering Field Guide to the Magic Kingdom is written by the actual imagineers who help design the magic kingdoms building, rides and eateries. I love how in depth the book is, the drawings before the park was built give a different perspective on it all. Each park section is laid out in the book, it shows the details of the rides and scenery. It also tells the hidden jokes in the areas, peoples names on the windows of main street.
I also like how it describes how they try to make the buildings look taller than they are by using height proportions, the top windows are smaller than the first floor windows. I never knew that until I read this book . It is a fun way to learn about a place before you visit it and it gives me a new perspective on a place I had visited many times.