Lilbet's Secret Diary

Lilbet's Secret Diary : December 1936 - December 1937

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What others are saying about Lilibet's Secret Diary I loved this book! It is so original and amusing I shall definitely read it again and again. I hope to read more of Pauline's work in the future What a delightful story! This story is told from 10 year old Lilibet's Point of View, and Ms. Christou does a fine job of capturing the voice of young Lilibet. I found myself imagining Lilibet at this age and thinking how overwhelmed she must have been, knowing she would eventually grow up to be Queen. I think I enjoyed the antics between Lilibet and Margaret the best. "I looked up the word "scandal" in my dictionary last night. No wonder there has been such a fuss." There are secret diaries and princess diaries, now there's a secret princess diary; Lilibet's Secret Diary, December 1936 - 1937. It's the 11th December 1936, and 10 year old Elizabeth (Lilibet) hears some news that will change her and her family's life forever. She decides to keep a secret diary chronicling the life changing events. Will she fulfil her destiny, and also remember which the main course fork is and which the dessert fork is? Can Lilibet's younger sister Margaret end her mischievous ways, and become a worthy member of the League of Ovaltineys? Will Dookie the dog, stop biting visitors? Spend a year with Lilibet and will be revealed in Lilibet's Secret Diary, a fictional dairy of young Queen Elizabeth II. This double edition paperback version includes one if Lilibet's pictures at the end of each more

Product details

  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 14.22mm | 303.91g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150768147X
  • 9781507681473
  • 2,428,546

About Pauline Christou

Pauline Christou was born in Rochdale, Lancashire, in England. She spent some of her childhood years living in New Zealand and South Africa. As a child; in the days of BD (Before DVD) she loved to write short stories, humorous poems and radio scripts; along with her two sisters. She writes humorous stories and enjoys writing about history and animals. Pauline enjoys reading books from different genres and is a passionate animal lover. She lives on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, with her Cypriot husband, daughter and is owned by two more