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June Eding lives in New York, New York.

Nancy Harrison lives in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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A Great Book Aug. 10 2008
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My 8-year-old history buff loved this book. He has also read a number of other books from this series, and he has loved them all.
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Children love this series Jan. 31 2010
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Great book. Children love this series. It gives facts while keeping the story interesting.
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Great for 8 year-old grandaughter whose middle name is Elizabeth June 1 2010
By William L. Vinson - Published on Amazon.com
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My grandaughter has thoroughly enjoyed reading this and other "Who Was" books. Amazon promptly shipped the book and provided their usually excellent service.
My daughter loved this book June 30 2014
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My daughter loved this book...Though I suspect, when we ordered it, she still thought the book would be about Queen Elizabeth II, she thoroughly enjoyed this look back to the sixteenth century. So much so, one evening, after we put her to bed, she continued reading (a nightly ritual in our house) for longer than usual to 'finish the story.' My wife and I sort of forgot about her, and found her still reading after 11! This whole series is great fun - I recommend them to anyone with a youngster curious about history and prominent figures. There are just enough challenging words to stretch a young reader's skill without frustrating them and so many teachable moments for a parent. Also, the periodic vignettes provide a built-in way for parent and child to take turns if desired.
I love it. So interesting and the way they write about Queen Elizabeth is just pure gold Oct. 21 2014
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