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Petals in the ashes

1st U.S. ed.
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Publisher
Bloomsbury
Language
English
Pages
187

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In 1666, Hannah and Sarah escape London, leaving behind plague and death as well as their sweets shop, and when it is safe, Hannah and her younger sister Anne return, only to face the city's Great Fire.

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Petals in the ashes
2004, Bloomsbury
in English - 1st U.S. ed.

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Published in

New York

Edition Notes

Sequel to: At the sign of the Sugared Plum.
Includes historical notes about the Great Fire of 1666 and recipes for pot pourri, scented water, herbal rinses, and pomanders.

Genre
Juvenile fiction., Fiction.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
[Fic]
Library of Congress
PZ7.H7683 Pe 2004, PZ7.H7683 Pe 2006

The Physical Object

Pagination
187 p. ;
Number of pages
187

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3685189M
Internet Archive
petalsinashes00hoop
ISBN 10
1582349363
LCCN
2003047195
OCLC/WorldCat
52837845
Library Thing
934187
Goodreads
1220028

Work Description

A tale of survival amid the Great Fire of 1666.

Hannah and her sister narrowly escaped the plague, and it appears that it is finally safe to return to their sweetshop in London. Hannah's newfound happiness is short-lived, however, as fires spring up around the city and move ever closer to the Sugared Plum. Will Hannah be able to escape? And even if she does, what will happen to her beloved shop?

Mary Hooper has written a gripping sequel to "At the Sign of the Sugared Plum", once again capturing the essence of London in this harrowing - but ultimately hopeful - account of the Great Fire of 1066.

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