Victoria, May Blossom of Britannia
Historical fiction writer Anna Kirwan introduces precocious ten year old Princess Victoria, who starts to keep a diary about her daily life in the Royal Household. She also pieces together the family tree and discovers she is next in line for the throne. She is destined to become the longest reigning queen in England's history. Ages 9-12.
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Review: Victoria: May Blossom of Britannia, England, 1829 (The Royal Diaries)User Review - Forever Young Adult - Goodreads
Graded By: Maria Cover Story: Bottle Blonde BFF Charm: *shrug* Swoonworthy Scale: 0 Talky Talk: The V. Young Victoria Bonus Factors: The British Monarchy Anti-Bonus Factor: Patty Chase Award Relationship Status: Grudging Friendship Read the full book report here. Read full review
Review: Victoria: May Blossom of Britannia, England, 1829 (The Royal Diaries)User Review - ☆Ciara☆ - Goodreads
I used to love the My Story books, but nothing really happened in this one, and I didn't really learn all that much about Victoria's childhood either. The most exciting thing was when there was a ... Read full review