Megan Rix Pets in History 3 Book Collection Set
Megan Rix Pets in History 3 Book Collection Set
Megan Rix Pets in History 3 Book Collection Set
Megan Rix Pets in History 3 Book Collection Set

Megan Rix Pets in History 3 Book Collection Set

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Titles In This Collection:

Winston and the Marmalade Cat
Emmeline and the Plucky Pup
Florence and the Mischievous Kitten

Description

In this collection of historical animal stories, prepare to meet Winston Churchill, Emmeline Pankhurst and Florence Nightingale, and follow the adventures of their animal companions.

Winston And The Marmalade Cat
Nine-year-old Harry is desperate for a pet of his own but working at the local animal rescue centre is the next best thing. One day, he's asked to take a very special birthday present to Chartwell, home of the famous Prime-Minister and animal-lover Winston Churchill. During his visit, Harry learns all about Winston's past and his much-loved pets. Will Harry get to meet Winston Churchill and will he ever get a pet of his very own?

Emmeline And The Plucky Pup
Meet the leader of the Suffragettes, Emmeline Pankhurst, and a particularly plucky pup, during a momentous time in history!
Alfie can't believe his luck when he is allowed to keep a tiny puppy he finds abandoned on the street. Rascal is cute as a button and has lots of attitude, and Emmeline Pankhurst is thrilled that her ward Alfie has a new friend. Alfie and Rascal deliver messages between the Suffragettes as they organise their 'Votes for Women' campaign. But it's sometimes dangerous work, and it's not long before Alfie and Rascal find out the true cost of the fight.

Florence And The Mischievous Kitten
In a fancy house in London, a kitten called Scamp escapes through an open window and finds himself lost in the middle of the city. Across Hyde Park, a young girl called Beth is marching with thousands of other girls to protest the working conditions in the Bryant and May match factories. When Beth stumbles across the tiny kitten she finds that he belongs to none other than Miss Florence Nightingale, who is now indebted to Beth for returning her beloved pet. So begins an unlikely friendship between the great lady, her mischievous kitten, and Beth the penniless orphan.

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