London Fashion Week inspired books for kids

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Here is my pick of the best children’s books or guides about London for little ones to add to their classic library inspired by London Fashion week.

1) This is London by Miroslav Sasek £9.29 

Part of the stylish and classic This is.. series of travel books with a difference. Full of colourful illustrations and lively text this is the new updated version (Published: 1959)

 2) London for Children by Matteo Pericoli £10.08

This amazing book unfolds to a 37-foot long pen-and-ink drawing of a 20-mile walk along the North and South Banks of the Thames. (Published: 2012)

 3) My First London Bus by Marion Billet £5.99

A lovely board book trip around the sights on a classic red bus. The wheels turn, so it can be pushed along the floor for added fun. (Published: 2012)

4) A Walk in London by Salvatore Rubbino £5.24

Go on a sightseeing trip with a a little girl and her mummy from Trafalgar Square to St Paul’s – and discover whether they will spot the Queen? (Published: 2012)

5) ABC London By Ben Hawkes £4.49

A quirky guide to the capital from Aquarium to Zoo – with beautiful retro style colour illustrations. (Published: 2012)

6) London City Walks with Kids by Deservedly-So £15

A deck of 50 cards that’s guides you through the best kid friendly (ages 5 and up) attractions. Each card offers self-guided walks,  maps and tips. (Published: 2009)

7) Pop-Up London by Jennie Maizel £10.34

Interactive pop-ups, flaps and tabs to lift and move make this a delight for young children. (Published: 2011)

8) My First London Taxi by Marion Billet £5.05

Again, a sturdy board book and London tour without the tourists – in the luxury of your own black cab –  making it the perfect way for little tots to see the sights. (Published: 2012)

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