Lilibet: The Girl Who Would be Queen: A gorgeously illustrated gift book celebrating the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Lilibet: The Girl Who Would be Queen

A gorgeously illustrated gift book celebrating the life of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
 
Kiadó: Manilla Press
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ISBN13:9781786582423
ISBN10:1786582422
Kötéstípus:Keménykötés
Terjedelem:128 oldal
Méret:204x138x17 mm
Nyelv:angol
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A celebration of HRH, Queen Elizabeth II: one of the most remarkable rulers of our age

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A celebration of the life of Queen Elizabeth II, showing us that the Queen's qualities of duty, self-sacrifice and love of country were present in her from an early age.

'The moments in life of "knowing". On Bognor Beach, with Grandpa England, she had "known" that he, and Papa, and she, would carry something on, something given, something bigger than themselves.'

Lilibet: a carefree child, a lover of horses and dogs, devoted to her family. And the girl who would be Queen.

A.N. Wilson, one of England's most beloved writers, imagines the Queen reflecting on her early life. We watch as she discovers, at the tender age of ten, that she is heir to the throne. We witness her meet the dashing Prince Phillip of Greece, who she loved steadfastly from the age of fifteen, and see their friendship blossom into passionate love. Above all, we learn of her astonishing sense of vocation and public duty, which grew during the dark years of WWII and her father's subsequent years of ill health.

Honouring the life of Her Majesty the Queen and her illustrious reign, Lilibet: The Girl Who Would be Queen is by turns funny, tender and heartfelt.

'Superb... captures our Queen better than any biography' - Sunday Telegraph

'It's packed with detail and conversations that bring to life all those who have been most important to her.' - Daily Mail

A celebration of the life of Queen Elizabeth II, showing us that the Queen's qualities of duty, self-sacrifice and love of country were present in her from an early age.

'The moments in life of "knowing". On Bognor Beach, with Grandpa England, she had "known" that he, and Papa, and she, would carry something on, something given, something bigger than themselves.'

Lilibet: a carefree child, a lover of horses and dogs, devoted to her family. And the girl who would be Queen.

A.N. Wilson, one of England's most beloved writers, imagines the Queen reflecting on her early life. We watch as she discovers, at the tender age of ten, that she is heir to the throne. We witness her meet the dashing Prince Phillip of Greece, who she loved steadfastly from the age of fifteen, and see their friendship blossom into passionate love. Above all, we learn of her astonishing sense of vocation and public duty, which grew during the dark years of WWII and her father's subsequent years of ill health.

Honouring the life of Her Majesty the Queen and her illustrious reign, Lilibet: The Girl Who Would be Queen is by turns funny, tender and heartfelt.

'Superb... captures our Queen better than any biography' - Sunday Telegraph

'It's packed with detail and conversations that bring to life all those who have been most important to her.' - Daily Mail