Jul 04, 2020
Not For Parents London: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
Posted by Lonely Planet Klay Lamprell

Lonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher This is not a guidebook And it is definitely not for parents It is the real, inside story about one of the world s most famous cities London In this book you ll hear fascinating tales about famous and infamous people, creepy underground places, dark history and strange characters galore Check out cool storieLonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher This is not a guidebook And it is definitely not for parents It is the real, inside story about one of the world s most famous cities London In this book you ll hear fascinating tales about famous and infamous people, creepy underground places, dark history and strange characters galore Check out cool stories about graffiti artists, murdered princes and people from all over You ll find royalty, punks and sleuths, and some amazingly weird food.Heard about the abseilers who wash a clockface for a living Would you want to eat jellied eels How could anyone be lucky to be beheaded Whatever does this is my trouble and strife mean This book shows you a London your parents probably don t even know about.Authors Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Klay LamprellAbout Lonely Planet Started in 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world s leading travel guide publisher with guidebooks to every destination on the planet, as well as an award winning website, a suite of mobile and digital travel products, children s books, and a dedicated traveller community Lonely Planet s mission is to enable curious travellers to experience the world and to truly get to the heart of the places where they travel.TripAdvisor Travellers Choice Awards 2012 and 2013 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other New York Times Lonely Planet It s on everyone s bookshelves it s in every traveller s hands It s on mobile phones It s on the Internet It s everywhere, and it s telling entire generations of people how to travel the world Fairfax Media Australia 1 in the world market share source Nielsen Bookscan Australia, UK and USA March 2012 January 2013

  • Title: Not For Parents London: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
  • Author: Lonely Planet Klay Lamprell
  • ISBN: 9781742208169
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
  • Not For Parents London Everything You Ever Wanted to Know Lonely Planet The world s leading travel guide publisher This is not a guidebook And it is definitely not for parents It is the real inside story about one of the world s most famous cities London In

    Jeff Beardsley

    I must first admit that I am a bit of a connoisseur and collector of travel books Further, I actually like to read these travel guides, even if I m not planning on visiting the subject destination at any point in the near future I find these guides a really good way to get to know a place As a parent with children, I ve added the traveling with kids and the guide for kids type books to my travel genre reading list These Not For Parents Lonely Planet guidebooks are among the best I ve found for f [...]


    Tracy

    Gosh I love our library I was so happy to find this book It s the kind of nonfiction my daughter can t put down I might bring it along on my next trip, too.


    Online Eccentric Librarian

    More reviews and no fluff on the blog surrealtalvi.wordpress My husband is from England, and my son was too young to remember his last trip to visit his grandparents So I got this book to give him an introduction to London This guide is made for teens, but I hoped it might also be interesting for him despite being so much younger.There was quite a bit of the macabre in here, which made it not appropriate for him So I just carefully flip past all that when going over it with him, along with the e [...]


    Meredith

    A fascinating series of books highlighting some of the world s most intriguing big cities, London, Paris, New York, and Rome, full of quirky facts, colourful maps, spunky illustrations, and both comical and creepy elements Learn about bizarre menu items, infamous characters, and dark tales from the past Whether you re planning on travelling or living vicariously, this series provides an entertaining mix of fun with facts The biggest problem you ll have is keeping your parents away from them.


    Jaguar

    Not for Parents London Everything You Ever Wanted to Know by Margaret Hynes is a fun read for children about London They will learn some of the traditions and customs of this country, fun facts, and history This book talks about so many different things you don t get bored This book is set up similarly to the Ripley s Believe it or Not books Very educational read for kids.2015 Summer Reading Review


    Jael

    I thoroughly enjoyed this very visual, easy to read little peek into London There is information about historical people and events, pop culture, food, places to see and things to do, and I would have loved this book as a kid.I also like that while the text is very simplistic, probably to appeal to even the kids who hate reading , there are web links on almost every page where you can go to learn about whatever was on that page I know I m going to be checking them out


    Jo Bennie

    Rather than taking the usual approach of working geographically, Lonely Planet s guidebook to London for kids features 2 page spreads on subjects such as royalty, the Blitz, Shakespeare and lots of wonderful gruesome and grosefulness, sewers, jack the ripper, severed heads and ghosties A nice size and great fun.


    Kristi Mangan

    Disappointing I was looking for a kid friendly book to give my boys background on the historically significant London sights Instead, it seems designed to convince reluctant pre teens teens that London is cool by spending a lot of ink covering the creepy stuff the plague, the history of not for American palettes eel pie, etc


    Nurulhazira

    An interesting book that gives me an idea about London, a country that I have always wanted to visit Targeted at kids and teens, this book contains quirky facts and colorful graphics that are appealing to the eyes Not only that, it is also full of zest and has a great energy to it Very well done.Overall, I will give it an easy 5 stars.


    Susan

    Great book I wish it had been around when we went to London several years ago great graphics, very eye catching, easy to read but very informative Definitely recommend for any family planning a trip to London.


    Michelle

    I liked the information in it and it covered a number of topics like architecture, fashion, sports, and music along with history and culture.I really enjoyed doing the quizzes too and overall this was a short, illustrated and easy to read text on London.


    Erin

    Got this from the library as kind of a joke to show my friends I was prepping for our trip in April Then I read it cover to cover I was totally interested the whole time a great spread of info colorful, great pics kids and adults will love it, I think


    Kate

    Informative, fun, visual history and culture guide Great gift for a traveling kid of your acquaintance


    Kristin King

    A great added value series for those traveling with children or those interested in fascinating tidbits about common and uncommon sights.


    Rachel

    Brilliant guide for tweens teens on London highlights I found a lot of fun ideas for both youts and adults.


    Heather

    Fun series


    Jocelin

    Fun facts about London geared towards kids Great little travelogue.


    Zatika

    The best guide book about London, so far I m a visual person


    Wsclai

    I like this one equally


    Maria Kristi

    Harusnya kita punya buku semacam ini untuk kota2 di Indonesia Atau saya yg belum tahu



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