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Discover the Tudors: Henry VIII

Suitable for 7 - 9 years

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You’ve probably heard of Henry the Eighth and his six unlucky wives. But who exactly was he? When did he reign? Why was he important? This book will tell you. It’s a complete look at Henry’s life, from his youth as a golden prince to his death as a violent tyrant. Did you know that when Henry was crowned in 1509, he was handsome and good-natured – adored by his people? He excelled at jousting, hunting, music and poetry. His lavish royal court was a paradise of feasts, concerts and tournaments. So what went wrong? Find out – and gasp at the sinking of the Mary Rose, and the magnificent sight of the Field of the Cloth of Gold!

  • A clear historical biography of Henry’s life and times
  • Brings the fascinating Tudor world to clear and vivid life
  • Captures the highs and lows of Henry’s turbulent reign
  • Describes key events such as the break with Papal rule

Product Details

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9780749695989

Condition

New

UK edition

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