Just in Time For Summer Parties - Themeaparty.com Offers Complimentary Party Ebook Guide

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Party experts at Themeaparty.com announced today their new ebook, The Kid's Party Survival Guide, is available for download. The 30-page book has been created as a resource for parents and kids who are looking to celebrate birthdays but are unsure where to start.

Party experts at Themeaparty.com announced today their new ebook, The Kid's Party Survival Guide, is available for download at http://themeaparty.com/free-party-ebook. The 30-page book has been created as a resource for parents and kids who are looking to celebrate birthdays but are unsure where to start.

Children's parties have changed, and handbooks on the subject are in more demand than ever. “Time was, a child's birthday party involved a cake, some chips and a lot of running around,” says Chris Molnar, editor of Themeaparty.com. “Today, things are different. Kids expect more, and so do their parents.”

The ebook premiers just in time for summer party season: July 4th barbeques, luau, princess tea parties and all the other outdoor activities the hot weather brings. Parents may think of booking time at a water park, a beach or just their backyard. “With school out, the summer can quickly bring boredom for kids,” Molnar comments. “Without the structure of school and the holidays, summer birthday parties may be a bit more difficult for parents to organize and entertain.”

Making everyone happy doesn't have to break the bank, Molnar points out.

“You think you have to have all the bells and whistles, and you're assuming these will add up to a huge expense,” he says. “Unfortunately they can, if you don't know all the tips and resources for having a great party that's easy on your wallet. The Kid's Party Survival Guide gives you those resources so your party is fun, looks cool and is low-cost.”

The Kid's Party Survival Guide breaks down basic party etiquette and format, gives guidelines for different age groups and addresses such issues as food allergies and misbehavior. “We never want to think about what can go wrong – a party is supposed to be about fun,” says Molnar. “But things can happen at a party that nobody plans for.

“For instance, that clown you hired might scare a preschooler. Or a guest may become sick during the party. And what about guests with food allergies? The ebook helps you troubleshoot in advance so everything goes smoothly.” Download the guide at http://themeaparty.com/free-party-ebook.

More tips can be found on the Themeaparty.com site (http://themeaparty.com/), and includes kids theme parties, parties for adults, seasonal celebrations and more. The site offers unique ideas for making one's get-together a cut above the rest, while staying within a reasonable budget.

“We're always looking for new ideas for parents and party organizers,” Molnar said. “Our party recommendations come from parents, writers and party researchers everywhere. We put everything in one place so you can organize your entire party at the click of a button. It's what we do, and we love it.”

About Themeaparty.com
Since 2009, Themeaparty.com has grown to over 350 party ideas. With tips, tricks and ideas on party planning, the main focus is on individual themes, with specific creative ideas on décor, home-made invitations, supplies, games, food and party favors, inspiring visitors to choose and host their own celebrations.

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