Stratford-upon-Avon

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Scholastic, 2006 - England - 95 pages
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A quaint and cute tourist town, Shakespeare's Stratford was far from pleasant and the author reveals the civil war struggles and brutal beheadings that made its history so horrible. This book explores the horrible highlights of the town using the frightful fold-out map, including spooky Sheep Street, home of an awful axeman, and more.

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