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When you’re far away from a bestie, what’s the best way to stay in touch? Posting a letter, of course! And in these exciting stories, two pairs of friends use their letters to give you a fresh new view of historical times. Follow Christine and Mary as their letters fly across London – telling of burning buildings, smashing windows and suffragette women demanding the vote. Then fast foward to the Blitz. Teddy has escaped to the USA, but his friend Harriet is stuck in London. How will she stay safe from Hitler’s bombs?

  • Vivid historical stories told in letters between friends
  • Each book follows two friends at a key point in history
  • Hugely readable accounts that blend facts with fiction
  • Full of insights into the suffragette era and the Blitz

Product Details

Catalogue number

371 in UK Primary May 2019

Format

Paperback

Date published

December 6th, 2018

Condition

New

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