[Epub] ↠ Jen Londono Author J.C. Wells – Varanus.us

Jen Londono The Ladybird Book Of London Is A Gem From The Ladybird Vintage Archive First Published In 1961, This Is A Classic Ladybird Hardback Book, Packed With Information About Britain S Capital This New Edition Is Exactly The Same As The Original, With A Dust Jacket And Beautifully Reproduced Images The Story Of London, Her Sights And History, Is Illustrated With Twenty Four Beautiful Full Page Pictures Starting From Trafalgar Square This Book Takes You Through Famous Streets To See Historic Buildings, To Learn Something Of The Story Of Britain S Famous Capital Westminster Abbey And St Paul S Cathedral, The Tower, Guildhall And The City, Hampton Court And Kew Gardens, The Zoo And Madame Tussaud S They Are All Here.

[Epub] ↠ Jen Londono  Author J.C. Wells – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 50 pages
  • Jen Londono
  • J.C. Wells
  • Esperanto
  • 05 July 2018
  • 0902756028

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Jen Londono Author J.C. Wells – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    Ladybird books are great And this one, a 50th anniversary facsimile edition of the first issue, is no exception The blurb tells us Starting from Trafalgar Square this book takes you through famous streets to see historic buildings, to learn something of the story of Britain s capital And it does just that.After giving some history of the Square, the author points out that Trafalgar Square h...


  2. says:

    Ladybird Books belong to a very particular period in British history, emerging during the austerity of the Second World War and thriving under the welfare state where they probably were responsible for as many children becoming proficient readers as the Butler Education Act The classic format 48 pages comprising 24 of text facing 24 illustrations was uniquely the imprint s style from 1940 until 1980, and it only ceased finally in 1998 with the closure of the evocative Loughborough works wh Ladybird Books belong to a very particular period in British history, emerging during the austerity of the Second World War and thriving under the welfare state where they probably were responsible for as many children becoming proficient readers as the Butler Education Act The classic format 48 pages comprising 24 of text facing 24 illustrations was uniquely the imprint s style from 1940 until 1980, and it only ceased finally in 1998 with the closure of the evocative Loughborough works whose presses specialised in that size, it having initially developed to use offcuts from the manufacture of greetings cards By then of course the t...


  3. says:

    To be clear what this book is and what it isn t it is a faithful replica of the 1961 version as far as I can see, the one with the yellow hard cover and the dust jacket showing the Houses of Parliament The Ladybird site recommends it for 12 14 year olds I d have said most children could read it by the time they are seven or eight I was unable to verify what reading level was specified by Ladybird when the book was originally published There is a picture of one page on...


  4. says:

    I was very curious about these new Ladybird books And a book about London is always welcome This is not the original 1961 edition but a facsimile one For the price I got, it was a steal It s a quaint book that obviously belongs to the past but reading it today makes me think of that simple time Also it s so refreshing to see the old London skyline in the illustrations without the London Eye, the gherkin and steel and chrome buildings I think I have tapped into a collective nostalgia for th I was very curious about these new Ladybird books And a book about London is always welcome This is not the original 1961 edition but a facsimile one For the price I got, it was ...


  5. says:

    Oh, it was such a wonderful long distance stroll around London, everything coming into my mind as clearly as if I were actually there And their little tour is actually quite well planed, it s even doable in 2 3 days I like it, I might try it next time I m ar...


  6. says:

    An impulse buy in Waterstones, but how cute

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