Collins Big Cat - Pudding Lane: Band 16/Sapphire

Paperback

September 1666.
Grace and her brother Simon are on their way to London to claim their inheritance. As a great fire breaks out, Simon is kidnapped. Can Grace rescue her brother and escape the flames?

Sapphire/Band 16 books offer longer reads to develop children's sustained engagement with texts and are more complex syntactically.

Text type: A story with a historical setting

Ideas for reading in the back of the book provide practical support and stimulating activities.

On Sunday 2nd September 1666, a spark in a baker’s shop ignited one of the most famous fires in history, the Great Fire of London. David Macphail wrote this story because he loves history and is interested in how people used to live and how children would experience such an important historical event.

Collins Big Cat supports every primary child on their reading journey from phonics to fluency. Top authors and illustrators have created fiction and non-fiction books that children love to read. Book banded for guided and independent reading, there are reading notes in the back, comprehensive teaching and assessment support and ebooks available.

Collins Big Cat is a whole-school reading programme that provides complete support for primary reading. Children will become fluent readers through hundreds of high-quality fiction and non-fiction banded books by award-winning authors and illustrators. In-depth teaching resources support you in developing and assessing key reading skills at all stages from early reading through to phonics, to guided, whole-class and independent reading for more confident readers.

RRP: £7.50

ISBN

978-0-00-844070-1

Publication Date

10-01-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

56 pages

Dimensions

148x210mm

Author

David MacPhail, Illustrated by Oliver Averill, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

David Macphail left school and travelled round the world, working as a pool waiter, a chicken farmer and a ghost tour guide. He has written dozens of books and is an award-winning author. David lives in Perthshire with his family.

Product Description

September 1666.
Grace and her brother Simon are on their way to London to claim their inheritance. As a great fire breaks out, Simon is kidnapped. Can Grace rescue her brother and escape the flames?

Sapphire/Band 16 books offer longer reads to develop children's sustained engagement with texts and are more complex syntactically.

Text type: A story with a historical setting

Ideas for reading in the back of the book provide practical support and stimulating activities.

On Sunday 2nd September 1666, a spark in a baker’s shop ignited one of the most famous fires in history, the Great Fire of London. David Macphail wrote this story because he loves history and is interested in how people used to live and how children would experience such an important historical event.

Collins Big Cat supports every primary child on their reading journey from phonics to fluency. Top authors and illustrators have created fiction and non-fiction books that children love to read. Book banded for guided and independent reading, there are reading notes in the back, comprehensive teaching and assessment support and ebooks available.

Collins Big Cat is a whole-school reading programme that provides complete support for primary reading. Children will become fluent readers through hundreds of high-quality fiction and non-fiction banded books by award-winning authors and illustrators. In-depth teaching resources support you in developing and assessing key reading skills at all stages from early reading through to phonics, to guided, whole-class and independent reading for more confident readers.

ISBN

978-0-00-844070-1

Publication Date

10-01-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

56 pages

Dimensions

148x210mm

Product Description

September 1666.
Grace and her brother Simon are on their way to London to claim their inheritance. As a great fire breaks out, Simon is kidnapped. Can Grace rescue her brother and escape the flames?

Sapphire/Band 16 books offer longer reads to develop children's sustained engagement with texts and are more complex syntactically.

Text type: A story with a historical setting

Ideas for reading in the back of the book provide practical support and stimulating activities.

On Sunday 2nd September 1666, a spark in a baker’s shop ignited one of the most famous fires in history, the Great Fire of London. David Macphail wrote this story because he loves history and is interested in how people used to live and how children would experience such an important historical event.

Collins Big Cat supports every primary child on their reading journey from phonics to fluency. Top authors and illustrators have created fiction and non-fiction books that children love to read. Book banded for guided and independent reading, there are reading notes in the back, comprehensive teaching and assessment support and ebooks available.

Collins Big Cat is a whole-school reading programme that provides complete support for primary reading. Children will become fluent readers through hundreds of high-quality fiction and non-fiction banded books by award-winning authors and illustrators. In-depth teaching resources support you in developing and assessing key reading skills at all stages from early reading through to phonics, to guided, whole-class and independent reading for more confident readers.

Author

David MacPhail, Illustrated by Oliver Averill, Prepared for publication by Collins Big Cat

David Macphail left school and travelled round the world, working as a pool waiter, a chicken farmer and a ghost tour guide. He has written dozens of books and is an award-winning author. David lives in Perthshire with his family.