We see the sights follows Mummy, Susan and John on a jolly sightseeing trip of post covid London. As our family re-emerge from two years of lockdown into the heart of their city, things have subtly changed. St Paul's cathedral is now St Primark, The Tower of London has brought back hate-speech beheading, and Westminster is now waxwork museum. Throughout the trip, various drones hover around monitoring the children's 'social credit' score. This book is a humorous reflection on a society pretending to function normally.