33. The Redheaded Princess by Ann Rinaldi

            Ann Rinaldi writes another detailed historical J-level novel.  Elizabeth I came from a fractured family that was swayed by the whims of the reigning monarch.  To begin that meant obeying her father, then, her brother, and finally, her sister.  To grow up to womanhood during these trying times of intrigue was perilous.  Rinaldi evokes the feelings that Elizabeth I must have felt during this time period and posits how she must have survived to become queen.

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