A Royal Childhood: 200 Years of Royal Babies
By Liz Gogerly
Looks at the lives of royal children in the last 200 years
A Royal Childhood takes a factual but light-hearted look at the lives of selected royal children from the last 200 years, from Queen Victoria to Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
Compare and contrast how royal children were educated then and now and find out about how the general public felt about them. With lots of opportunities to compare and contrast historical and present-day Britain,
A Royal Childhood will be of interest to anyone keen on history or the Royal Family. Perfect for children aged 9 and up.
The Lonely Princess: Victoria
The Teen Queen: Victoria
Queen Victoria's Children
'Poor Bertie': Edward VII
The Second Son: George V
The Shy Prince: George V
Future King: Prince Charles
The People's Prince: William
Party Prince: Harry
The Little Prince and Princess: George and Charlotte
Liz Gogerly (Author)
Liz Gogerly is a writer and editor of children's information books and a former teacher. She has worked on a wide variety of books and has a specialist knowledge of history and biographies.
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28 Sep 2017
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The photographs are excellent... this book offers the opportunity to compare and contrast historical and present-day Britain. — School Librarian