Mischievous and daring, a young princess ascends to new heights after a life of trials and tribulations.Mischievous and daring, a young princess ascends to new heights after a life of trials and tribulations.Hide synopsis
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Description:New York. 2002. Scholastic. Reprinted Hardcover Edition. Very...New York. 2002. Scholastic. Reprinted Hardcover Edition. Very Good In Hardcover. No Dustjacket. 190 pages. November 1, 2002. hardcover. 0439164842. keywords: young royal women medieval royal diaries france eleanor of aquitaine historical fiction childrens historical fiction european history childrens childs book. inventory # 38086. FROM THE PUBLISHER-Fourteen-year-old Eleanor of Aquitaine lives in a castle in Poitier, France, with her father Count William of Aquitaine (son of William the Conqueror), and her 12-year-old sister Petronilla. Their mother died several years earlier, so their grandmother and ladies-in-waiting raise the girls. Eleanor is extremely intelligent and literate, having been carefully educated by royal tutors. Spinning bores her, as does weaving, sewing, and other housewifery skills expected of her. She would rather be a knight and ride off to war.
Publisher: New York, NY, U.S.A. : Scholastic, Incorporated, 2003
Description:12 mo. hardcover, pictorial boards, as new, fine, giftable. All...12 mo. hardcover, pictorial boards, as new, fine, giftable. All pages edged in gilt. Illustrated. First printing. The diary of Eleanor, first daughter of the Duke of Aquaitaine from 1136 to 1137 when at age 15 she becomes queen of France. Includes historical notes on her later life. 187 pp..
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