Planning to travel to London with kids? Want to ensure your young explorers get the most out of their travel experience? Then, you’ve come to the right place!
Mission London guides your young travelers through the famous sights of the British capital, engaging them in an exciting scavenger hunt as you explore London landmarks together as a family.
Say ‘goodbye’ to a trip filled with the stress of keeping everyone entertained. Instead, say ‘hello’ to a memorable family vacation – and to your children excited to discover the wonders of London with you, with this book as their guide.
Imagine, not only will your kids want to sightsee; but together you’ll uncover the intriguing histories of sights like Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, British Museum, and many more.
Not your typical travel guide, Mission London ensures a fun vacation for everyone with a captivating, spy-theme scavenger hunt packed with fun activities and the fascinating stories behind the city’s landmarks.
Mission London is a must-have book for kids visiting London!
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*I-PAD USERS NOTE: Please navigate to the Page Number or Location (Loc) Number listed on the Contents page when you wish to navigate to a particular page (sometimes the Kindle iPad App does not convert the Contents links properly).*
Here’s what Amazon customers have to say about the Scavenger Hunt AdventureTM series:
“This book was flat out fantastic. We took a family trip with two adults and one seven year old. I was worried that he would be bored looking at the museums and sights. This book made a huge, huge difference.” –Chinagrl
“This book helped make our trip…with 6th graders fun and fulfilling. We weren’t sure how our kids would take to going to all the museums and landmarks…but this book had us visiting many sites more than once. They were so excited to find each item in the book.” –CC in SF
“Great for teenagers! I love these books! My kids are 12, 14 and 16 so I was afraid they might think they were “baby” books, but they are enjoying them.” -Marilyn Thomas