Childrens Books - The Picture-Book Club: April 2011: Royalty Theme (Master List and General Discussion) Showing 1-49 of 49
Covering the Middle Ages to modern times, Harris tells the story of how kings and queens raised their children. Your book covers over a thousand years of history, going from the medieval to the modern. Why did you want to give readers such a wide-ranging view of the topic? My own doctoral research examined public perception of the queen consort as a wife and mother informed my 2nd book, Queenship and Revolution in Early Modern Europe: Henrietta Maria and Marie Antoinette. I was fascinated by the change and continuity in both domestic and political life during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and wanted to explore these developments over longer period of time and wider range of royal families in the British Isles and elsewhere in Europe. One common belief about Kings and Queens is that they were and are very aloof from their children, and that they showed little care or concern for them. Do you think this is true among the royal parents you wrote about?
Letters from a Desperate Dog
Bible story Queen Esther
It has been published in at least eight languages and a theater stage version has been performed from Vienna to Mexico City. The book has gained some prominence due to opposition from social conservatives who believe that children should not see LGBT themes; attention as a result of this opposition greatly increased sales of the book. His mother, a grouchy Queen who is tired of ruling and wishes to pass on the responsibility to her son, insists he must find a princess to marry. The prince tells his mom "Very well, Mother I must say, though, I've never cared much for princesses. After a while, along comes Princess Madeleine escorted by her brother Prince Lee.
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