By Barb Alexander
From the bloody Wars of the Roses to Queen Elizabeth I’s iconic rule, the Tudor Dynasty was once a interval of intercourse, scandal, and intrigue. Monarchs corresponding to Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth i've got develop into part of sleek popular culture, leading to unending parodies, satires, rumors, and concrete legends that grace our tv monitors. yet as with any city legends and parodies, evidence surrounding the lives of those rulers are tremendously exaggerated. during this enjoyable consultant, Barb Alexander serves to debunk these rumors and train you in regards to the dynasty.
History doesn’t need to be dry, uninteresting, and hard to learn. As an educator, Barb is aware precisely how you can have interaction an viewers. This pocket-sized advisor is not just informative, but additionally jam-packed with cheek, snark, and wit. With 50 appealing illustrations that depict Tudor Monarchs and key avid gamers in the course of their rule, this ebook is bound to garner a snicker or . So relax, chill out, and revel in the lesson. ahead of lengthy, you’ll be sharing Tudor historical past proof that would be sure you provoke your less-informed peers.
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The Tudor Tutor: Your Cheeky Guide to the Dynasty by Barb Alexander