Books I Recommend: Who Was Queen Elizabeth? by June Eding

Hey, everyone! This is my 35th book recommendation list. I hope you enjoy!

1.  Who Was Queen Elizabeth? by June Eding

2. The Great Canoe by María Elena Maggi

3. Galileo by Paul Hightower

4. Who Was Julia Child? by Geoff Edgers and Carlene Hempel

5. So Far from the Bamboo Grove by Yoko Kawashima Watkins

6. Christmas Tapestry by Patricia Polacco

7. Elizabeth Blackwell by Barbara A. Somervill

8. Christmas Fairy Tales by Neil Phillip

9. Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’s Magic by Betty MacDonald

10. A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park

11. Peppermints in the Parlor by Barbara Brooks Wallace

12. The Perils of Peppermints by Barbara Brooks Wallace

13. The Light Princess by George Macdonald

14. Hello, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle by Betty Macdonald

15. Hitty by Rachel Field

16. Look Into My Eyes by Lauren Child

17. Anastasia at this Address by Lois Lowry

18. Hooray for Hollywood by Dave Warner

19. The Thirteenth Princess by Diane Zahler

20. Lilly and the Pirates by Phyllis Root

21. Tsunamis and Other Natural Disasters by Mary Pope Osborne

22. Magic by the Lake by Edward Eagle

23. Red, White, and Achoo! by Nancy Krulik

24. A Simple Gift by Nancy Ruth Patterson

25. St. Peter’s Umbrella by Kálmán Mikszáth

26. All’s Fair by Nancy Krulik

27. Friend in Need by Dave Warner

28. Before Green Gables by Budge Wilson

29. A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park

30. Rocks And Minerals by Chris Pellant

31. Thumbelina by Lauren Mills

32. Apple Pie by Gennady Spirin

33. Scarlatti’s Cat by Nathaniel Lachenmeyer

34. Elena’s Serenade by Campbell Geeslin

35. Mockingbird by Kathryn Erskine

36. Everything Rocks And Minerals by Steve Tomecek

37. Toby and the Snowflakes by Julie Halpern

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A View Of A Princess’s Life

Hi there! Camilla decided that I write a blogpost on whatever I like once a week. You’re about to enter a princess’s life at her birth.

There once lived Queen Lilliana and King Topaz who yearned to have a child (specifically a daughter). One day later, the Queen had a baby girl and the King and the Queen were very happy. They had a christening/baby shower/ party and everyone in the kingdom came.

Everyone watched the queen name the baby. The queen had selected Melody as her name. When Melody was one year old, she talked like a princess should.

She was 3, when she learned to walk like a princess. She was 5 when she was crowned. She began to study at age 7. She got a new bed at 9 years old.

She started washing her hair at 11 years old. She started brushing her hair at 13 years old. She started getting dressed at age 15. She then started liking young princes at school during her 16th year.

She started getting boyfriends in her 17th year. She started dates with boys in her 18th year. She found the perfect boy to marry in her 19th year. She planned the wedding in her 20th year.

She got married in her 21st year. She had babies in her 22nd year. In the 23rd year, she went to work.

In her 24th year, her husband died. In her 25th year, she became ill. In her 26th year, she died but her parents still remember her.

So to remember her, they built a statue, made a speech, a museum, some art, some pictures and some books. Her parents died shortly after all that was done. Her children took place of the throne.

Nobody forgot her. So when they died, they joined her so she didn’t get lonely.

There’s a lesson and the lesson is you should always honor someone after they die especially if that person is special.

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