Elizabeth I, Red Rose of the House of TudorBook - 1999
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Political intrigue might not be the subject of the average preteen girl’s diary entries, but the average girl isn’t in line to be queen of England. Elizabeth I, Red Rose of the House of Tudor by Kathryn Lasky uses a diary format to show day-to-day life in the Tudor court—and it also turned one reader into a voracious fan of historical fiction. “I really liked diaries and getting a first-hand v... (more)
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