[retellings Books] TXT Who Was Queen Victoria? By Jim Gigliotti,Who HQ

Summary Who Was Queen Victoria?

She had earned the nickname The Grandmother of Europe and the title Empress of India it was indeed true that the sun never set on the British Empire Publicly she became a national icon but privately Who Was ueen Victor. I am reading this book with my 9 year old son We ve read than 15 Who WasWhat WasWhere Was books together including Henry the VIII ueen Elizabeth and Marie Antoinette We are about 40% of the way through this book and are finding it very difficult to follow The dates skip around and there are too many dates to keep track of it would ve been easier to follow if the author told is her age along with the dates One minute ueen Victoria is 18 then in the next paragraph she s a little girl then she s 18 again and so forth The author briefly tries to explain the government but most of the explanations need furthur interpreting from me for my son to sort of understand I feel like the author assumes the reader has some sort of background in British parliment and doesn t help us much with our understanding The author gives us namestitles of her relatives she is in line behind for the throne but since she s 5th in line and the story skips around so much it is difficult to follow who is who I had to re read several pages to recall who anyone was and what was going on It would have been nice if the author reminded us along the way with who was who but I realize that others might not like being spoon fed like that The description of this book says it s for 3 7 graders so I feel like it should ve been written coherently for that age group I found the King Henry the VIII ueen Elizabeth and Marie Antoinette books much easier to follow and understandUpdate we finished the book It was a very dry read and probably the most boring of the Who Was books we read so far The book doesn t go into much detail at all about what makes the Victorian Era so special It briefly touches on a few things such as the telephone but we werent at all satisfied with that as a reason ueen Victoria is so memorable out of all the kings and ueens in history As other reviewers have said the author only had positive opinions if Victoria surely she wasnt loved by all such as the Irish who were going to through a famine at the time I m disappointed and feel we could ve learned reading a wikipedia page Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose year old son We ve read than 15 Who WasWhat WasWhere Was books together including Henry the VIII ueen Elizabeth and Marie Antoinette We are about 40% of the way through this book and are finding it very difficult to follow The dates skip around and there are too many dates to keep track of it would ve been easier to follow if the author told is her age along with the dates One minute ueen Victoria is 18 then in the next paragraph she s a little girl then she s 18 again and so forth The author briefly tries to explain the government but most of the explanations need furthur interpreting from me for my son to sort of understand I feel like the author assumes the reader has some sort of background in British parliment and doesn t help us much with our understanding The author gives us namestitles of her relatives she is in line behind for the throne but since she s 5th in line and the story skips around so much it is difficult to follow who is who I had to re read several pages to recall who anyone was and what was going on It would have been nice if the author reminded us along the way with who was who but I realize that others might not like being spoon fed like that The description of this book says it s for 3 7 graders so I feel like it should ve been written coherently for that age group I found the King Henry the VIII ueen Elizabeth and Marie Antoinette books much easier to follow and understandUpdate we finished the book It was a very dry read and probably the most boring of the Who Was books we read so far The book doesn t go into much detail at all about what makes the Victorian Era so special It briefly touches on a few things such as the telephone but we werent at all satisfied with that as a reason ueen Victoria is so memorable out of all the kings and ueens in history As other reviewers have said the author only had positive opinions if Victoria surely she wasnt loved by all such as the Irish who were going to through a famine at the time I m disappointed and feel we could ve learned reading a wikipedia page

Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Jim Gigliotti,Who HQ

Who Was Queen Victoria?

Her reign of 63 years and seven months is known as the Victorian Era a period of industrial cultural scientific and political change that was marked by a great expansion of the British Empire But Victoria was raised un. Who was ueen Victoria Intensive Care years and seven months is known as the Victorian Era a period of industrial cultural scientific and political change that was marked by a great expansion of the British Empire But Victoria was raised un. Who was ueen Victoria

Jim Gigliotti,Who HQ ☆ 5 Free read

Der close supervision and near isolation until she became ueen of the United Kingdom at the young age of 18 She married her first cousin Albert and had nine children who married into families across Europe By the time. Disappointed as thought it was a grown up book not a short synopsis for school children Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose young age of 18 She married her first cousin Albert and had nine children who married into families across Europe By the time. Disappointed as thought it was a grown up book not a short synopsis for school children


8 thoughts on “Who Was Queen Victoria?

  1. says:

    Who was Queen Victoria ❤️❤️👍

  2. says:

    The book is very poor quality. I thought it might be a poor copy of the original book!

  3. says:

    She was my great great grandmother

  4. says:

    Disappointed as thought it was a grown up book, not a short synopsis for school children

  5. says:

    I am reading this book with my 9 year old son. We've read than 15 Who Was/What Was/Where Was books together including Henry the VIII, Queen Elizabeth and Marie Antoinette. We are about 40% of the way through this book and are finding

  6. says:

    My girls (11 & 13) absolutely love these books and was excited to add this one to their growing collection.

  7. says:

    Great for Middle Aged readers and leaves them with a. Good introduction to Victoria so they can ask further questions and learn when they get older

  8. says:

    These are great books for kids to learn about famous people in history. I bought this book and others in the series for my grand daughter to read before we went to England. The knowledge she gained greatly enhanced her trip.