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Click! London- A Bilingual book for kids exploring the sites of London

Bilingual Book for Kids: Click London Italian/Spanish/English

A Bilingual Book exploring the sites of London

Now children can explore London and it’s attractions from home in this fun bilingual book! “Click! London” is a bilingual picture book for children available in a number of different language combinations including English, Italian, and Spanish, with French, Portuguese, and other languages to come very soon. Feed your child’s curiosity and take them on an adventure with Alex and Layla as they explore the fast paced city of London.

Bilingual Books For Kids

Raising Bilingual Kids I am always looking for fun and exciting new children’s books to read.  Click London is a wonderful bilingual book designed with the text in both languages on the same page so can be read the same in either language.  What I love about this book is that not only can both my husband and I can read it to our children in English and Italian, but it also teaches my children about a new and exciting place, London!

We have a statue of Big Ben which I brought for my kids when I visited London the last time and they love it. They were super excited when we received a copy of this new book from Click The Bilingual Book which is what the story is based on.

Click! London

Click! London is a story book about two young children and their adventure through the big city . While Alex and Layla are visiting their grandparents they find an old box in the attic with some exciting treasures. When they find an old looking clock among it all,  they become curious to find out more about it. “Click” they go to London exploring the sites trying to find this amazing big clock. Crossing over Tower Bridge, through Piccadilly Circus and other attractions to the London Eye, until they finally arrive at Big Ben.

The clever story line is funny, adventurous and enjoyable for young children showing them a glimpse of the big city!


Who is this book for?

This bilingual story book is designed for children from 5-8 years old, but children a little younger and even a little older will still enjoy it.

One thing that I think is great, is that the font used within the book is dyslexie font, which is scientifically proved to improve the pace of reading with fewer errors and perfect for dyslexic readers.

My 5 year old absolutely loves this book and my 3 year old also enjoys it though even if he is a little younger. They both jump straight into the story as we are going on the adventure with Alex and Layla. Heads up… your children may be pestering you to take them into London if you haven’t been already!


Ordering your bilingual book

You can order your child a copy of Click! London from the Click The Bilingual Book Etsy Store. Bilingual Kidspot readers will receive a 20% discount when you use the code BIKIDSPOT20. Simply go to the website, click on the book and select your language combination. Then add to your cart and proceed to checkout.

Check out the Facebook Page for information on when new languages and new books will be released. The next “Click” bilingual book is already in the making and will be about another big city in Europe! If you have any questions you can email hello@clickbook.info.

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Bilingual Book for Kids: Click London Italian/Spanish/English


  1. Looks great! I’m looking forward to get this book and read as a bed time story to my 5 years old kid. Thanks, I really enjoy your review.

  2. Ana

    We loooove reading together every day. In the morning after breakfast, after school and also bedtime stories 🙂 my daughter loves to learn about new and different places too! It is great to be able to read the same book in 2 different languages and also helps parents learn their childs second language too!

  3. We read throughout the day; mealtimes, bathtime, audiobooks in the car, waiting in line, etc.
    We use bilingual books everyday as well; right now in English/Spanish and English/French.

  4. Karen

    Looks great! I read with my daughter probably about 10 books a day! I love to build our home library with diverse books especially as I am from London. We have one bilingual book already and it has been a hit, we would love to check out this one.

  5. Louise

    We read together every day and also at night before bed. I Think bilingual books are a great way for with parents to be able to read the same book in our owin languages. We would love a copy of Click London it looks fantastico!

  6. This looks like a great bilingual book,especially as I´d like to get my daughter more interested in the minority language country. We try to read together almost every day. I think bilingual books can benefit bilingual kids as it can be read by both parents in both languages and they can see how things are translated and differences in languages and translation.

  7. Christiane

    My son is 6 and I read a lot of books with him but we don’t have any bilingual books yet. Click sounds like a really fun book and I can totally imagine how much family fun it would be if my partner , my son and I all read it together; my partner can read it in his native language and I read it to my son in mine 🙂

  8. Helen Thomas

    We read with our daughter every morning and every evening. Reading in more than one language increases her vocabulary in both languages (English/Italian).

  9. Bulbul

    I read to my kids everyday. I think reading in minority language has huge impact on improving their vocabulary.. this book does sound wonderful. Thanks,

  10. Valentina

    Click the book is an amazing idea ! I would love to win one of This book for My niece. English/italian version ?

  11. Carole

    I read books with my children everyday! Having a book that combines both English and French would be amazing. I think it makes it natural to have both languages at the same time as opposed to having some books in English and some in French.
    I can’t wait for the French/English book and the new city !!!

  12. Sarah

    We love bilingual books (English/Spanish)! We read together every day. I know reading has played a huge part in raising my kids bilingual. Thank you!

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