Laurie Coulter


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Kings and Carpenters Ballplayers and Bonesetters Cowboys and Coffin Makers Secrets in Stone To Be a Princess When John and Caroline Lived in the White House 882½ Amazing Answers to Your Questions about the Titanic

To Be a Princess: The Fascinating Lives of Real Princesses

To Be a Princess

written with Hugh Brewster, art by Laurie McGaw

Magnificent palaces, golden coaches, glittering court balls…they're all part of a princess's world. But sometimes war, revolution and tragedy are part of it as well. The lives of these young royal women tell a story more fascinating than any fairytale.

"Students and teachers alike will appreciate the research and literate style of this unusual approach to collective biography."

School Library Journal

"Each vivid portrait will hook readers with its immediacy, rich detail, and history."


"A beautiful book to look at and a very readable text."

Quill & Quire

For ages 8–12

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