Rapid Stage 9 Set A: Time Travellers: The Pickpocket by Benjamin Hulme-Cross, Celia Warren
  

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Rapid Stage 9 Set A: Time Travellers: The Pickpocket by Benjamin Hulme-Cross, Celia Warren

Kate and Tom have a time machine. It takes them to the slums in Victorian London, where they meet a Victorian boy. A stranger makes it look like the three children have stolen a pocket watch. Will anyone believe that they are innocent? Read a story and a play about Tom and Kate travelling back to Victorian London, practise a poem about being on the run and learn how horrible it was to live in the Victorian slums. Stage 9A Reading age: 9 1/2 - 10 years Actual age: 9-11

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Format

Multiple copy pack
Contains 3 copies of Paperback

Author

Benjamin Hulme-Cross, Celia Warren
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Publisher

Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

17th October 2013

ISBN

9780435152833


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