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Undoubtably one of the best ways to introduce children to the world is through books. If you are planning to visit London and want to teach your children or grandchildren about the city there are some fantastic books available for all ages. 

In this selection of kid’s books about London you will find fiction and non-fiction choices. There are also some great (and fun) books for children to complete during their visit too which will help them learn about the history, geography and culture of London.

 

Best Kids Books about London

KID'S BOOKS ABOUT LONDON (FOR AGES AGES 2+)

KID'S BOOKS ABOUT LONDON (FOR AGES 5 - 8)

KID'S BOOKS ABOUT LONDON (AGES 8 - 12)

 

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12 thoughts on “Best kids books about London for all ages

  1. Anna Schlaht says:

    Wow! Thanks for putting all of these recommendations together! I’m an avid reader but haven’t dedicated much time to it in the last year (my time is eaten up by travel daydreams and other stuff). Maybe it’s time I pick the hobby up again and read some of these books! I have to say, the Icelandic mysteries/thrillers sound incredible. Shanghai Girls as well. I also have Wild which I need to read at some point. I’ll be looking forward to the next post in the series!

    • Tracy Collins says:

      There are so many I want to read – blogging has taken up so much time. I am giving myself the target of one book a month for this year! I also like the look of those Icelandic ones too!

  2. Jurga says:

    Another great selection of books, Tracy. Will be downloading a couple of these on my kindle for the next vacation – hoping for some reading time!

  3. Angelica says:

    Woah, I was looking for a reading list and boy, did you deliver! This is the most unique reading list I’ve ever seen–seriously. Super cool and great choices.

    Thank you for taking the time to write this up. I’ll enjoy my travels. 😉

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