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My Story: Pompeii
RRP*: $17.99
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9781407103082
Pages
208
Dimensions
129 x 198 x 0mm
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Description

It's August, AD78 and Claudia is at the Forum in Pompeii. It's a day of strange encounters and even odder portents. When the ground shakes Claudia is convinced it is a bad omen. What does it all mean? And why is she so disturbed by Vesuvius, the great volcano that looms over the city . . . ?

Ages: 8-12

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Reviews

My Story: Pompeii, by Sue Reid
I think that this book is very good for people who would like to learn more about the volcanic eruption in Pompeii.
Anonymous, 24/08/2010

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