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Usborne History of Britain: Tudors and Stuarts

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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From battles to beheadings, plots to plagues, life in Tudor and Stuart Britain was turbulent and dangerous. But the 16th and 17th centuries were also a golden age of learning, art, exploration and scientific discovery. While kings and queens fought for the crown and Protestants and Catholics fought to control the Church, Shakespeare wrote his great works, Francis Drake sailed around the world – and London burned down in the Great Fire! Enter those exciting times and discover how Henry VIII took six wives, how the British fleet triumphed over the Spanish Armada, how the plague devastated Britain, and how the unthinkable happened – a woman taking the throne of England for the first time ever.

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Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780746090701

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  • 64 pages
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