Anne Boleyn and Me
When the King came riding in on his big, black horse, a murmur went up, because his tunic was stitched with the words, DECLARE I DARE NOT. All the ladies were giggling behind their hands, and I asked Mama what it meant. Her face had turned quite pink and she said, \"Never mind,\" so I asked Rosanna later. She told me the words meant the King has a new love, but he dares not say her name. But everyone knows her name, of course. It is Anne Boleyn.
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Review: Anne Boleyn and Me: The Diary of Elinor Valjean, London, 1525-1536 (My Royal Story)User Review - Ava - Goodreads
This was the first of several of My Story books I read when I was young, and I can credit this book in particular as the source of my fascination with the Tudor period! This book is a "diary" of ... Read full review
Review: Anne Boleyn and Me: The Diary of Elinor Valjean, London, 1525-1536 (My Royal Story)User Review - Rizlan - Goodreads
I loved reading this book and I felt as though I was actually In the royal courts with the royal family. I would recommend it to everyone, especially people who are studying the story of Henry VIII in ... Read full review