Published to coincide with the Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002, this volume takes the reader on a tour through London's royal history. It can be used as a guide to London, as well as part of citizenship education for children learning about the role of the monarchy. The text combines information and explanations with quizzes, photographs, maps and places to visit. It also features a blow-up picture of Buckingham Palace.
This unique children's book takes the reader on a fascinating ride through London's royal history right up to the present day. To be published with the London String of Pearls Golden Jubilee Festival, this book will be of interest to children and adults alike. Want to know about London's royal palaces or what it means to be the Queen? This is an invaluable guide for visitors to London, as well as children across the country learning about the role of the monarchy as part of citizenship education.