Most of the 2,500+ stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame are known only to our more mature private Los Angeles tour guests. Folks who have been around a while (at least since 1965 when the first stars were placed in the now famous Hollywood Boulevard sidewalk), seen lots of movies and television and remember the great stars of those, and earlier, days smile and reminisce as we walk along. Kids, however, do not have the advantage of time and find so many of the stars, well frankly, dull. We, however, know where the stars are that will excite our young ones sightseeing with us. Even though Mickey Mouse is as old as the hills he is a regular friend of all children and they delight in finding this star. Godzilla, the Munchkins, Big Bird, Kermit the Frog, Bugs Bunny, Snoopy and Snow White are a just a few of the Walk of Fame stars we can be sure to pass as we are exploring Hollywood. Even when we are in the courtyard of the famous Grauman’s Chinese Theater we can take the children to see the handprints of young movie stars recognized in their day and talk about them, maybe even get them interested enough to watch an old movie. What little girl doesn’t like Shirley Temple, after all?