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Discover twenty true stories of royal intrigue, power, and passion.
Elegant and diverse celebration of women in charge: From Cleopatra to Empress Wu Zetian, Marie Antoinette to Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii, discover the true stories of extraordinary female monarchs who led lives full of dramatic events and intrigue. Some by birth and others by marriage, All Hail the Queen tells the stories and illustrates the lives of twenty strong, brave women from across the globe who each defied expectation and made her mark on the culture and people she ruled.
Brought to life through the gorgeous illustrations of Jennifer Orkin Lewis (@augustwren) and the witty words of Shweta Jha.
This book has a deluxe foil-spangled two-piece case and golden endpapers fit for a queen.
Profiles of twenty both familiar and some unfamiliar female figures in history including Catherine the Great, Elizabeth I, Himiko, Boudica and Lady Six Sky.
Fans of Bad Girls Throughout History: 100 Remarkable Women Who Changed the World will love this historical and inspiring book, All Hail the Queen: Twenty Women Who Ruled.
Discover twenty true stories of royal intrigue, power and passion.
With contemporary themes of overcoming obstacles and gender equality
Great Mother''s Day, birthday, or anytime gift for the strong women in your life
Simple text and beautiful illustrations make this book perfect for readers young and old
Inspiring, historical and fascinating biographies of women who ruled
About the Author
Shweta Jha is a writer and freelance journalist. She lives in San Francisco.
Jennifer Orkin Lewis is an artist, illustrator, and author living in New York.
“Writer Shweta Jha contributed the text for this intriguing book, which tracks the careers of Cleopatra, Catherine the Great, Elizabeth I, and Marie Antoinette, as well as those of less familiar figures, like Japanese ruler Himiko and Maya queen Lady Six Sky. Some were born monarchs; others achieved eminence through marriage. Nearly all of them—as is only fitting for a queen—led operatic existences filled with incident and spectacle. Jennifer Orkin Lewis’s lush, colorful artwork gives readers a sense of the time and place that produced each leader—and of what the lady herself might have looked like.… Perfectly suited to its subject matter, this regal volume has golden endpapers and a cover that sparkles.” —BookPage