—The New York Times
Packed with facts and profiles of famous Brits, it’s a detail-rich and informative tour of London, no passport required.
clever book with presentation of interestingl landmarks of London.Published 2 months ago by Harold E Burditt
My adult daughter LOVES this book. She said it reminded her of her trip to England, and that there are places she didn't know about then that she wants to see. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Delyn Volmer
We've had this book for a couple of years. My son loves it still. It's great quality and not coming apart or anything like that. This book is fantastic. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Happy Mom
Great book full of lots of detail, visually interesting, and fun to look at and read! Highly recommend if you have any interest in London. Read morePublished 5 months ago by B.A.D.
This is one of the most magnificent books I've seen! The paper engineering is phenomenal and it has so much information! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Maria
This was a gift for an adult male. He grew up in London but has lived in the states for many years now. He loved the book and was showing it to everyone!Published 17 months ago by ShoeHappy
I have never been to London and this book serves to allow me to know more about this city. Unlike your usual pop-up book, there are stories and pictures at the back of the pop-ups.Published 17 months ago by NG WEILUN
really nice book. we bought one for ourself and one for a gift. For people with children we will recommand it.Published 17 months ago by Lola
This book has so much information under the flaps. I saw this in London but did not have room to bring home. I ordered three of them. Good service.Published 20 months ago by mrs.m