The Amazing Life of Mary, Queen of Scots: Fact-tastic Stories from Scotland's History by Gill Arbuthnott
She was Queen of Scotland and of France, and a possible Queen of England; she was involved in a series of mysterious deaths; in the end she lost her head... But what was life really like for Mary, Queen of Scots?
Put on your ruff and step into the sixteenth century for a unique glimpse into the dramatic life of the infamous queen. Mary's story is told from the perspective of her young servant Alec. Each easy-to-read chapter mixes the involving story of the queen's life with timelines, charts and revealing illustrations to create a Fact-tastic account that is both educational and emotionally engaging for younger readers.
Take a journey through time and find out:
-- Why did Mary become Queen of Scots when she was just six days old?
-- What exotic animals lived with the young queen?
-- How did Mary escape from Lochleven Castle?
-- Why did Mary's cousin, Queen Elizabeth I, arrange her beheading?
The Amazing Life of Mary, Queen of Scots continues the brilliant Fact-tastic series, which blends intriguing facts and fascinating fiction to bring the most exciting, gruesome and crucial moments of Scottish history alive for young readers.