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“Amazing London” A New Concept in Guide Books for the under 14s
A new guide to the amazing places you will be dragged to by your parents!
This guide book covers all the places parents are going to take their family but is written for the under fourteens. It is has the history of key places and has full page photos annotated with facts and things to look out for. It is a unique approach to a guide book that appeals to the 8 to 14 year olds as it feeds their need for facts and history in an easily accessible way. The guide book can be read like a history book or used as a traditional guide book.
History lives in London’s streets and wherever you go or look there are things worth seeing “Amazing London” gives you the information and history about the things a person is seeing.
Tagore Ramoutar has lived in London for over 18 years but it still retains the magic usually associated with a new city. He firmly believes London is one of the world’s greatest cities. He loves walking across Hungerford Bridge and seeing the view of St Paul’s and the City. He remembers the first time he got a Sunday Paper at 10pm on a Saturday night outside Waterloo railway station - Sunday’s news a day early! He now has two young children and is enjoying discovering London again and again.
OTHER BOOKS BY TAGORE RAMOUTAR
Tagore has also written two food guide books “10 places to eat London” and “10 places to eat Tokyo”. 10 Places to eat is also a new concept in restaurant and food guides. Each guide focuses on just 10 restaurants and one dish per restaurant – each dish is traditional to that city or country. The books are illuminated by full page photos of the food and restaurants plus the book includes a history of the dish and restaurant. The books are stocked by Stanfords.
Tagore is also the author of a range of books for the under sevens, published under the name “Eric and Rufus Children’s Books”. Eric and Rufus Children‛s Books strive to encourage children to explore the real and natural world via the use of books featuring photos of real things. The books seek to encourage outdoor exploration and learning by linking things they see and hear in books with things they can experience in real life outdoors.
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