6 edition of Queen Eleanor found in the catalog.
October 25, 1999 by Houghton Mifflin .
Written in English
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I read this book to know more about who she was and wow. I picked a great lady to name my daughter after!!. Great read!/5(39). Queen Eleanor book "This biography of Queen Eleanor, by Polly Brooks, is simply fascinating.
It follows the life of Eleanor as she grows up to become a great ruler. It is mixed with facts about medieval life, and is quite beneficial and well-written. I wouldn't recommend it for under nine year olds; there are minor scandals and it would probably be too hard to read/5(17).
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