Wartime Princess

Wartime Princess It s Europe is on the verge of war and Princess Margaret begins a diary to record her wartime experiences But exciting than blackouts evacuees and doodlebugs is her sister Elizabeth s blossomi

  • Title: Wartime Princess
  • Author: Valerie Wilding
  • ISBN: 9781407124056
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s 1939, Europe is on the verge of war and Princess Margaret begins a diary to record her wartime experiences But exciting than blackouts, evacuees, and doodlebugs is her sister Elizabeth s blossoming romance with Prince Philip of Greece Margaret dreams of a royal wedding, but Philip is sent to serve in the navy and Elizabeth longs to join the army Will there beIt s 1939, Europe is on the verge of war and Princess Margaret begins a diary to record her wartime experiences But exciting than blackouts, evacuees, and doodlebugs is her sister Elizabeth s blossoming romance with Prince Philip of Greece Margaret dreams of a royal wedding, but Philip is sent to serve in the navy and Elizabeth longs to join the army Will there be a fairy tale ending

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    2 thoughts on “Wartime Princess

    1. Valerie Wilding Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Wartime Princess book, this is one of the most wanted Valerie Wilding author readers around the world.

    2. This book is written as the fictional diary of Princess Margaret, the younger sister of Queen Elizabeth II. Margaret begins her diary when she is eight years old, shortly before World War II breaks out. Margaret is young, so she doesn't understand much about what is going on in the world, but she knows that Adolf Hitler is a bad man and that there may be a war with Germany. Soon her worst fears come true when the Nazis invade many countries in Europe and England must go to war.Even though Margar [...]

    3. This month, I read Wartime Princess by Valerie Wilding. The main character is Princess Margaret that wrote a diary about her life with her big Sister princess Elizabeth II, during and after the war in England. Margaret begins her diary shortly before World War II starts. Margaret is young, so she doesn't know much about what is happening in the world. She knew that there might be war in Germany, and she also heard about Hitler. Soon after, the Nazis invaded England and other countries in Europe. [...]

    4. Wonderful retelling of historic events in a fictional way. Learned some things I didn't know because my curiosity was piqued. I liked that although this book was told from Princess Margaret's perspective, it still focused quite a bit on Princess Elizabeth (Later Queen Elizabeth).

    5. There are not a lot of books in the public library here in our country that are worth reading. I have found, however, that the My Story books are more worthwhile than most others. They tell the story of an era of history, or a specific event, in a very interesting way. Each one is the fictitious diary of a young boy or girl involved in the event. You really get a feel for how it was to be there at the time.Read my full review here.

    6. I loved the book and felt really close to princess Margaret. Thank you Valerie for writing this book I sure do appreciate it.

    7. I was really loving this book, but suddenly, war broke out Not really! I lost the book during an air raid. I am really annoyed that I lost it!

    8. Wartime Princess by Valerie Wilding was quite engaging, and I rate it 3 stars! - only - (because it was not as interesting as I would have liked it to be.) Please pardon my slightly biased opinion, because I prefer action books and adventure books, but chose this book for a new try, trying something a bit more down-to-earth. A historical fiction.This book is in diary form, and the "owner" of this "diary" is (the one-and only!) Princess Margaret of England, and she is writing during WWII. This is [...]

    9. A children's book in the form of a diary of Wilding's vividly imagined accounts of what it might have been like for our queen and her sister Margaret growing up, especially through the war years. Although a fictional account it does cover all the major events in the young princesses lives and is very engaging and easy to read. The only thing I would say against it is that, from the title, I would have assumed it was going to be Elizabeth's diary when in actual fact events are told from the point [...]

    10. The royal family is adored by everyone and being british i take pride in them. However there probably one of the most secretive family in the world and this book explored and used real events and gave a great point of view into what they were perhaps feeling. I adored margaret but i must say the story makes the queen sounds like a very 'calm and collected' of, person all the time, even as a teenager, which was probably not the case.Maybe they should have took in mind that yes she must have great [...]

    11. This was a really cute children's/preteen's book about the Royal Family during World War II in the form of a fictional diary written by Queen Elizabeth's sister, the late Princess Margaret. I enjoyed learning about how the royals helped out with the War effort and seeing things through the eyes of Margaret. Reading from her perspective was hilarious as she was made out to be the family clown. There's a lot about WWII this book (i.e just how horrible Hitler really was) didn't really get into but [...]

    12. It was ok. It said wartime princess and it had Elizabeth's name on the front so I asumed it was about her time as a mechanic, however it was about her sister Margaret, and only slightly interesting.I don't particually like My Story books in general though

    13. As per another reviewer. The cover picture is misleading, as the story is in the form of a diary kept by Princess Margaret.Again, another good read in this series. The story is lighter in format than the New Zeland series, though as enjoyable.

    14. My 10-year-old daughter recommended that I should read this book, and I was prepared to be bored by fiction for kids. I actually enjoyed it! And I also learned things about the royal family and about World War II that I did not know before. I would definitely recommend this for young readers!

    15. Liked most of the story. Felt liked it spanned too much time and the end focused too much on Elizabeth and not enough on Margaret.

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