The Redheaded Princess

The Redheaded Princess

A Novel

Book - 2008
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In 1542, nine-year-old Lady Elizabeth lives on an estate near London, striving to get back into the good graces of her father, King Henry VIII, and as the years pass she faces his death and those of other close relatives until she finds herself next in line to ascend the throne of England in 1558.
ISBN: 9780060733742
Characteristics: 214 pages ;,22 cm.
Alternative Title: Red-headed princess


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Jan 26, 2015

The red headed princess was an awesome read. I loved the book because it definitely told you about her basic life, however its easy to forget that this book is not based off of completely sure facts. However, read it! its awesome and I recommend it for 12 and up :) happy reading

Apr 23, 2012

A great historical!
I have lately been reading books about Elizabeth and Mary and some information differs from the other books i've read but you never know which ones right?
It was a good read, i loe Elizabeth and how she fought through things. I'e read books about both sisters personal accounts and it's hard to really know if Mary was totally in the wrong. If she hadn't have had years of emotional torture she might not have done the things she did, acted the way she did but then Elizaeth might not have been Queen or at least that good of one. It is really interesting to think about, tehir journies, their reigns.
It's a great read and if you like it i suggest you read :
"Beware Princess Elizabeth"
"Mary, Bloody Mary"
"Doomed Queen Anne"

Shsunon May 19, 2011

One of the best novels on Queen Elizabeth I that I've encountered!!

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Apr 23, 2012

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