We are planning a trip to Paris and London with my 9 year old. I noticed that there are a few travel books specially for kids and I wondered if anyone has had any experience with them. I'm looking at:
City Trails London/Paris from Lonely Planet- This looks like a walking tour. Is that the case?
Mission London/ Paris: A Savanger Hunt Adventure This looks like it could be fun, but is it repetitive? I was thinking about putting one together myself, but it would be great if there was one with one details or things I wouldn't know, having not been there.
Fodor's Around London/Paris For Kids This looks like a review of places.
Are there other good resources for kids that I am missing? Such as ones from the museums or sites themselves. Many times museums have their own kids friendly scavenger hunts or self-guided tours. For example, I found one from the boats rides on the Seine, it's only in French, but I can manage the translation. I am focusing on self-guided tours, instead tour guides. Unless tour guides are very kid oriented and in a small group, they generally don't work for us.