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Guy Fox London Children's Map Map – Folded Map, 27 Jan 2006
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Features an illustrated map of London (England) designed specifically for children. This title includes 150 illustrations of landmarks and attractions, plus contact information.
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Yippee! A London Map for Children! That's right, this map was specially designed so you can find the best places for YOU! It features London's major museums and attractions, and it has FREE STICKERS so you can decorate it. Trust us, you're going to LOVE this map. (Your parents will love it, too. Tell them to get their OWN!)See all Product description
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The main features are shown by simple pictures. For example London Bridge is shown as a recognisable drawing of the bridge itself. This makes it much easier for a child to associate where he or she is on the map by recognising the surface features around him or her.
The map is split into two zones; east and west. This is to keep the scale nice and big for children to read easily. Each zone is presented on a different side of the paper. The western map covers Battersea Par to Somerset House while the eastern map covers Somerset House to the Greenland Dock. This, of course, is not the whole of London but I guess it covers 90% of the main likely areas of interest for visitors and tourists.
Below and/or beside each map is a listing of useful child-oriented attractions such as city farms, museum of childhood etc. Each one is presented with symbols representing whether or not it is free for children, good views of London, features animals etc. Below the western map is a delightful graphic showing the different uniforms of the five Foot Guards Regiments and there is an unofficial timetable for the changing of the guard at the Tower.
The map comes with some stickers as well! These cover likely highlights of a child’s day such as “stayed in a hotel” and “saw dinosaurs”. This is a really clever touch and is sure to appeal to mist children.
The map is produced by ‘Guy Fox’ and there is a card introducing him and showing a link to his web site. There is also a GUY Fox postcard to send to a friend or relative!
Overall this is a very cleverly designed map specifically aimed at children. I paid less than £2 for it on Amazon and consider it a great bargain at that price. It adds a lot to a child’s visit to London.
Furthermore, the stickers are a brilliant idea. Student can use them to show where they have been OR, as I prefer, use them to illustrate a diary of the trip.
it is not a book of maps , but one map, it does have a part of a map on both sides
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