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|Statement||Herbert Van Thal.|
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This True Tales Reading Book is packed with brilliant non-fiction reading practice for pupils in Years 5 & 6. It tells the fascinating life stories of four famous Kings and Queens: Boudica, Alfred the Great, King John and Queen Victoria.
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