Big Picture Book of London
Written by Rob Lloyd Jones
Illustrated by Jenny Wren
Part of the My Big Picture Series
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A fabulous picture book packed with fascinating details about London's most famous sights. Like a colourful trip around a Monopoly board, this trendy information book is packed with detailed illustrations and children can see how many pictures they recognise and learn about those they don't.
Big Picture Book of London by Rob Lloyd Jones
Learn about London and her many famous landmarks from Buckingham Palace and The Tower of London to Trafalgar Square and the museums in Kensington. There are pages on London's parks, transport and sporting events, and two stunning fold-out pages show all the bridges and landmarks along the River Thames.
• London is one of the biggest and busiest cities in the world, packed with buildings that are recognised the world over, and this book is a great way to learn about the city and its history, ideal for both children and adults.
• Readers will feel as if they're on a London tour bus as they take a pictorial tour around this vibrant city. Travel around Westminster, Buckingham Palace and St. Paul's while examining the stylish illustrations. Featuring a fold-out view of the River Thames, this is a book to explore for hours and hours.
• Carefully selected websites, accessed via Usborne Quicklinks, allow readers to discover more facts about London and its history.
About the Author
Rob Lloyd Jones
More books by Rob Lloyd Jones
Usborne Publishing Ltd
1st June 2016
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