Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Welcome to London Book Review and Giveaway

My family and I love London, it's a place we visit often and there is always something new to see. For those younger children that perhaps haven't visited before Marcos Farina's book Welcome to London could turn out to be the perfect tour guide.

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Jam packed with activities, information and 30 stunning yet quirky illustrations, this is a book that can really bring London to life for any young visitor. Covering topics such as transport, museums, shopping and of course history, it really shows of what our nations capital has to offer.


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As you turn the pages you begin to immerse yourself into the city. Vibrant and playful pictures begin to tell a story and take you on a tour. From Nelson's column to Convent Garden, from The Royal Albert Hall to The Shard we travel from place to place exploring as we go.

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Ever wondered where the Queen keeps her Crown Jewels, want to know how many theatres there are in the West End? Prepare to learn an abundance of information as you read, there are plenty of facts contained on the pages, some of which may surprise you.

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Welcome to London is a delight to read, amusing and inspiring at the same time. Filled with images that have you looking at London in a completely different way, this is a book that could really make a child catch the travelling bug.

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Now if you like the look of this book I have not 1 but 3 copies to give away. Simply fill out the rafflecopter form below. Open to UK residents only this giveaway will close at 11.59pm on the 2nd July 2017. Makes sure to enter correctly as all entries will be checked and verified.

Good luck.

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47 comments:

  1. Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson

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  2. My grandson likes We're going on a bear hunt.

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  3. going through the ladybird collection at the mo

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  4. The Mr Men Series - currently Mr Funny

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  5. Mr men books

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  6. The Tiger Who Came To Tea by Judith Kerr.

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  7. My daughter favourite book is Hug

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  8. Spencer Broadley19 June 2017 at 12:04

    The Gruffalo has become a favourite very quickly

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  9. the kids all love mr men books especially miss sunshine

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  10. Suzanne Jackson20 June 2017 at 10:34

    he's not that big on books but he loves the Beano

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  11. Alice in Wonderland, its their non birthday nearly every day

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  12. He heard the story of 'The Three Billy Goats Gruff' at pre-school the other day and has wanted me to read it again and again ever since. I'm looking for a new version now ;)

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  13. I love the look of this book. The illustrations are so original.

    #ReadWithMe

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  14. Anything by David Walliams gets a big thumbs up in our family! #readwithme

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  15. Love the illustrations in this book and my 4yo loves London so he'd really like this book. His favourite book at the moment is The Pirates Next Door. #readwithme

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  16. Oh wow! The artwork in that looks sensational! I'm not brave enough to take my two on the train to London though so will be a while before this means anything to them. Haha! #readwithme

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  17. Ella's favourite book right now is by Chris Riddell and it's called Ottoline and the purple fox

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  18. We're reading Georges marvellous medicine just now!

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  19. We've always used the Dorling Kindersley guides but this looks fab from a child's perspective. And my sons both like the Harry Potter books best. Son2 is currently reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for the third time

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  20. Back to Pip and Posy... again ;)

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  21. Any Thomas the tank, grandson can't get enough of him

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  22. charlie and chocolate factory :)

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  23. At the moment the favourite book is the very hungry caterpillar

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  24. My daughter's favourite book is one called not now Bernard passed down from her cousin

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  25. Charlie and the chocolate factory xx

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  26. The very hungry caterpillar xxx

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