Anne Boleyn and Me

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Scholastic, 2010 - Diary fiction - 216 pages
5 Reviews
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

About the author (2010)

Alison Prince was joint winner of the Guardian Fiction Award in 1996 for The Sherwood Hero and is particularly known for her historical fiction. She has had many books published with OUP and has written two titles for Scholastic's My Story series, My Tudor Queen and Anne Boleyn and Me.

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