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Book Review: Kids' London The Best of the Capital's Activities for Children (Francesca Collin) : BH

Originally published by British Heritage magazine. Published Online: August 12, 2001 
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Kids' London The Best of the Capital's Activities for Children, by Francesca Collin, Sterling Publishing Co., New York, Tel: 800-367-9762. $19.95, paperback.

Catering to the other end of the age spectrum is Kids' London The Best of the Capital's Activities for Children, intended for native Londoners as well as visitors to the city. It provides a comprehensive list of things to do with kids in London that teach and entertain them at the same time. London's historical and cultural importance will not be lost on your children or grandchildren if you choose to take some of the book's suggestions for a good time during your visit to the famous city.

Kids' London serves as the perfect complement to Britain On Your Own. They just might give you some ideas of new and interesting places to visit as you begin to design either your first or tenth trip to England. Bon voyage!

Megan Marschka

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