Tudors: Kings, Queens, Scribes and Ferrets!
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Hear all about the Tudors from the great scribe Arthur Inkbott – history like it’s never been told before!
Join Marcia Williams on a journey through Tudor times with Arthur Inkblott, Queen Elizbeth I’s favourite scribe and his pet ferret, Smudge. Meet Henry VIII and his six wives, fight the Spanish Armada, see Shakespeare’s plays performed for the very first time and sail around the world with Christopher Columbus!
Packed with jokes, comic illustrations and fascinating facts, this hugely entertaining fictional biography will make you look at the Tudors in a whole new light!
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