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Great Fire of London
Written by Gillian Clements
Part of the Great Events Series
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Great Fire of London by Gillian ClementsIn 1666 London is burning - a great fire sweeps through the city, destroying many buildings. Discover how the fire came about and read about its consequences. There are some moments in history that are so dramatic or important that people remember them forever. In words and pictures, Gillian Clements tells the stories of these Great Events. These books are perfect for the emerging independent reader at upper Key Stage 1.
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10th July 2014
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