The 5th of November is Guy Fawkes Night. This holiday is also known as Bonfire Night as lighting bonfires is an essential part of the ___CELEBRATION___. ___NATURALLY___, it’s one of the favourite holidays for children – they simply can’t miss the firework display. Most parents allow their children to stay outdoors till late at night. It would be ___UNFAIR___ to make them stay at home when the sky is lit up with colours. However, children should never be left on their own — bonfires and fireworks are potentially ___DANGEROUS___. Emergency reports say the number of people needing medical care increases on this night. Some of them are ___CARELESS___ with fire. In spite of the excitement, the children may also catch a cold on this November night. Warm jumpers, coats and gloves are more ___USEFUL___ than ever.