The Great Fire of London: An Illustrated History of the Great Fire of 1666

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The Great Fire of London: An Illustrated History of the Great Fire of 1666

The Great Fire of London: An Illustrated History of the Great Fire of 1666

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Using original architectural drawings from The National Archives brought to life by stunning artwork by Josie Shenoy, discover the rich heritage of some of London's most iconic buildings. Hard back binding in publisher's original crimson cloth covered boards, blocked and lettered gilt back. Original fawn cloth, red titling, spine darkened, bookplate on front pastedown, a little marked to front, foredge slightly spotted.

To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.James Weston Lewis’s bold stylised illustrations paint a vivid picture – golds, yellow, oranges and blues, with flickering flames and pattern-like shapes silhouetted against the glow of the fire. Bought as a Christmas present for my son as he had been learning about it at school and they used the same book. Spelling Seeds have been designed to complement Writing Roots by providing weekly, contextualised sequences of sessions for the teaching of spelling that include open-ended investigations and opportunities to practise and apply within meaningful and purposeful contexts, linked (where relevant) to other areas of the curriculum and a suggestion of how to extend the investigation into home learning. Contains 386 pp with 3 folding plates, 41 monochrome illustrations including plans and drawings and archive photographs. Emma Adams grew up spending lots of her time in her local library, reading Roald Dahl books and imagining she was Matilda.

Find out why people thought his diary was written in code, why Pepys was known as the ‘father of the modern navy’ and why he was arrested and sent to the Tower of London. As his family escape the flames engulfing their bakery, Will realises he must stop the fire from spreading. In 1666, a famous fire started in a London bakery and spread quickly to burn down large areas of the city.His first book, The Great Fire of London, was longlisted for the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal --This text refers to the hardcover edition. He spent three and a half years on a Greek island writing his first novel, is author of Frome in the Great War and co-created the ‘Regency Detective’ series with Terence James. Take an incredible journey through the streets of London and see beautiful buildings as you've never seen them before! Nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs pop out of selected pages so children can see how they can be used within a text.

A dramatic and visually exciting book, and a fitting commemoration of the 350 th anniversary of the Great Fire of London. Most titles contain a single story divided into chapters, with varied sentence lengths and more challenging vocabulary. Light sun fading to red of the spine, foxing to closed fore edges and in Very Good condition, no dust wrapper. Find out all about the Great Fire of London, in 1666 - what caused it, how it spread, how it was put out and how the city was rebuilt in its wake. The diary tells us about lots of important events such as the Great Fire of London and the Great Plague.Spectacular illustrations by James Weston Lewis at every turn of the page and a topic that's certain to become even more popular in schools later this year with the 350th anniversary of London's Great Fire: a recipe for success if ever there was one. An attractive hardback Folio Society volume, 2004 printing, in Fine condition, appears unused, in a Fine slipcase. The richly detailed illustrations and text work effectively together to portray 17th century London and the changes it went through during this turbulent time.

David Lassman began his writing career freelancing for newspapers and magazines, before studying screenwriting at Bournemouth University.To commemorate the 350th anniversary of the fire, powerful and sumptuous drawings from the new east London illustrator, James Weston Lewis, bring the events of November 1666 to life in this stunning gift book. Ideal for homework and school projects – the Great Fire of London is now a compulsory National Curriculum topic for history at Key Stage 2. As the fulfilment of these items are handled by the supplier, please understand that this is beyond our control. From the outbreak of the fire at a bakery on Pudding lane, to fire fighting techniques and meddling Lord Mayors, The Great Fire Unclassified takes readers on a journey back in time to uncover the true story behind London’s most destructive ever fire.

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