There is everyday magic in the tales of London. Some stories are swirling in the waters of the Thames; some are hidden in the old stones that lie beneath our modern pavements. In London Folk Tales for Children Anne and Sef have gathered stories from the words and memories of Londoners past and present. They tell of the mighty river, the streets, and the hills of London. You'll find stories of babies that turn into flowers, of tower ravens and a two-headed bird, and a child who has to travel across the world all alone. You'll also meet the people of this welcoming city: ever since the Romans, people have come here from all over the world to become Londoners. They've brought delicious foods, new music and hundreds of languages, but, most of all, great stories - London stories.
London Folk Tales for Children by Anne Johnson