The Royal Diaries : Elizabeth I, Isabel Jewel of Castilla, Cleopatra VII, Marie Antoinette - Boxed set of 4

The Royal Diaries Elizabeth I Isabel Jewel of Castilla Cleopatra VII Marie Antoinette Boxed set of None

  • Title: The Royal Diaries : Elizabeth I, Isabel Jewel of Castilla, Cleopatra VII, Marie Antoinette - Boxed set of 4
  • Author: Kathryn Lasky Kristiana Gregory Carolyn Meyer
  • ISBN: 9780439250627
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About “Kathryn Lasky Kristiana Gregory Carolyn Meyer”

    1. Kathryn Lasky Kristiana Gregory Carolyn Meyer

      Kathryn Lasky is the American author of many critically acclaimed books, including several Dear America books, several Royal Diaries books, 1984 Newbery Honor winning Sugaring Time, The Night Journey, and the Guardians of Ga Hoole series She was born June 24, 1944, and grew up in Indianapolis, Indiana, and is married to Christopher Knight, with whom she lives in Massachusetts.Book 15, The War of the Ember, is currently the last book in the Ga Hoole series The Rise of a Legend is the 16th book but is a prequel to the series Lasky has also written Guide Book To The Great Tree and Lost Tales Of Ga Hoole which are companion books.

    715 thoughts on “The Royal Diaries : Elizabeth I, Isabel Jewel of Castilla, Cleopatra VII, Marie Antoinette - Boxed set of 4”

    1. Although I have read all four books I have chosen to review Elizabeth I, Red Rose of the House of Tudor, because of my interest in English history.This is the fictional diary of Princess Elizabeth, later Elizabeth I of England and daughter of King Henry VIII. Since this is in diary form your really hear the voice of a young girl who spends a great deal of her life traveling from castle to castle year after year depending on her father's whim. You also gain insight into her relationships with her [...]


    2. The Royal Diaries: Isabel Jewel of Castilla is a fictionalized diary of the teenaged Princess Isabel of Castilla (better known to Americans as Isabella, the queen who sponsored Columbus). The diary ends just before her marriage to Fernando II in 1469. The plot if full of intrigue, as Isabel strives to remain on good terms with both her brothers. The older controlling half-brother, King Enrique, and her younger brother, the rebel King Alfonso. It is also a tale of romance winning rather than poli [...]


    3. This book was really good! I like how in the Royal Diaries, there is always princesses with truly interesting lives. You really get sucked into this book. It's about Queen Isabel of Castilla and her pitiful childhood (turns out pretty well in the end!). Isabel's half brother, King Enrique, uses her as a tool for politics and TRIES to force her to marry horrible men. The best part of this book is when Isabel is really worried about marrying El Escorpian and then Enrique changes his mind!!! This i [...]


    4. i actually enjoyed it more then i thought i would, it's a great book on the famous royals and life in their perspective. Sometimes it was very boring, and found the characters complaining a lot, and well juvenile. But i think lovers of the lie of royals and classics could really enjoy it, I'm a lover of history and enjoyed it well


    5. I had wanted this box set when I was 13. These are my top 4 favorites. Although I have read all the royal diaries, it's the big princesses that most of us already know about that still capture my attention. Happy reading!!


    6. Interesting historical fiction books about famous female leaders, written as thought they were diaries from their teenage years. Content kept appropriate for older elementary age readers. We enjoyed the stories about Elizabeth I, Isabel, and Cleopatra.


    7. I meant to rate the entire set, I believe I have read them all. Some are better than others, but all were very enjoyable and enlightening reads. enpedia/wiki/The_Roya



    8. Good for older teens but definitely not younger ones I liked the idea of what Elizabeth might have been like as a teen







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