Horribly Famous: Mary Queen of Scots and her Hopeless Husbands
Mary Queen of Scots is dead famous for: having terrible taste in husbands, rotting away in Liz’s prison – and totally losing her head on the chopping block. But did you know that Mary was a six-foot stunner who had a charmed childhood, got kidnapped by a murderous lord – and married him; and managed to give her executioner a fright or two? Even though she’s dead, Mary’s still full of surprises!
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A brilliant author and screenwriter for children, Margaret Simpson is the author of Dead Famous: Elizabeth I, Mary Queen of Scots, Cleopatra and Double Take: Rivals for the Crown. She is somewhat of a Tudor expert, and has also written Arthurian Legends in the Twisted Tales series for Scholastic.
Philip Reeve is the award-winning and critically acclaimed author of the Mortal Engines books.
Philip has won many major awards, including the Nestle Smarties and Blue Peter prizes for Mortal Engines, the Guardian prize for A Darkling Plain and the Carnegie medal for Here Lies Arthur.
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