My Tudor Queen: The Diary of Eva De Puebla, London, 1501-1513

My Tudor Queen The Diary of Eva De Puebla London Story of Katherine of Aragon s Journey from Spain to wed Prince Arthur eldest son of the King of England as seen by Eva De Puebla

  • Title: My Tudor Queen: The Diary of Eva De Puebla, London, 1501-1513
  • Author: Alison Prince
  • ISBN: 9780439954938
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Story of Katherine of Aragon s Journey from Spain to wed Prince Arthur eldest son of the King of England as seen by Eva De Puebla.

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    • I bought this for my 8yo daughter but I think it might be a couple of years until she will enjoy. The women in our family have a somewhat fascination with the Tudor era so I figured I may as well start her early :) The book is a diary format and was an interesting look at life during the turmoil of the years following Catherine's arrival in England. There was a lot of political information which, while interesting, took away somewhat from the fact this was a diary of a lady-in-waiting. I think I [...]


    • This book is one in the My Story series. The books in this series are fictional diaries of young girls living during different periods of British, Scottish, and Irish history. Sixteen-year-old Eva De Puebla comes to England in 1581 as lady in waiting to Catherine of Aragon, the Spanish princess who is to marry Prince Arthur, heir to the throne of England. Eva has been chosen to accompany Catherine because she is her close childhood friend. But as the years go by, although the girls remain friend [...]


    • Eva de Puebla travels to England from Spain with her childhood friend and princess: Catherine of Aragon. During the turbulent times of Henry VII and Henry VIII’s reigns, Eva’s diary tells of her and Catherine’s story from 1501 to 1513, following romance and misery, joy and war.This book was the first I had read of the My Story series. This series follows both girls and boys through different stages of history, such as the Blitz, the Irish famine of the 1840s and Roman invasions of Britain. [...]


    • As an ardent and avid lover of all this Tudor related, I was very excited about finding this book. The reading level was more for teens than a 21-year old woman, but occasionally I enjoy reading young adult books. However, I was unbelievably disappointed by this book. It spans 12 years in less than 200 pages; there is often no more than three "entries" per year! It took me weeks to read it because I was so utterly bored with it. Eva, the girl whose diary it is, is immensely annoying, constantly [...]


    • I really liked this book! It's about Catherine Of Aragon's earlier years before she got divorced and was stripped of her title. The persons who's diary it is is Catherine's childhood friend Eva who is also Spanish. Eva and Catherine are so loyal to each other even though Catherine is a princess and it shows in the book. By all means go ahead and read it!


    • Alison Prince has done a really good job with this book. The story is well written and captures life in Tudor times well. The images and timelines featured after the diary enhance the educational benefits too. Any young person who is finding history boring should grap a copy of the My Story diaries and may be plesantly suprised.


    • A really good read and a way of enjoying history from 'behind the scenes' as it were through the life of one of the ladies of the court & her diary.Can't wait for Milly to read it now as she loves these type of books.


    • Like others have said, I feel like a lot of liberty was taken with Eva as a character. I'm not entirely convinced that a sixteen year-old lady-in-waiting in the Tudor court would know so much about foreign and domestic politics, even if her uncle was a diplomat. The novel moves very quickly through historical events, with some major events like the deaths of major characters being over-and-done-with in a couple of lines of the diary. I feel like Alison Prince, in her rush to fit the events of 13 [...]


    • I thought this was an amazing book. The characters were easy to understand and the storyline in general was very intriguing.


    • Mostly accurate MG rundown of Catherine's life from right before marriage to Arthur to shortly after the Battle of Flodden. 3.5. Nice, but nothing standout.



    • This book is one in the My Story series. The books in this series are fictional diaries of young girls living during different periods of British, Scottish, and Irish history. Sixteen-year-old Eva De Puebla comes to England in 1581 as lady in waiting to Catherine of Aragon, the Spanish princess who is to marry Prince Arthur, heir to the throne of England. Eva has been chosen to accompany Catherine because she is her close childhood friend. But as the years go by, although the girls remain friend [...]


    • In this historical fiction book called Catherine of Aragon, it tells the story of a young sixteen-year-old girl from Spain who was supposed to end up marrying Prince Arthur of England-son of King Henry VII of Henry but instead, the ‘sweating sickness’ gives this royal fairytale a twist when one of them ends up dying. Will Catherine’s life end up well? Read and find out. This book was actually a bit ruined for me since it’s part of a ‘series’ in a way and since I’ve already read a l [...]


    • When I was young I used to love the My Story book series and I would say I still do. Although the characters and format of this book is not very complex or well developed I understand it is written for a younger audience. I enjoyed the history aspects of these books and I am really interested in Tudor and royal history which was found in this book. I liked the easiness of this book and the way the history was eased into it making it readable for kids. The historical notes at the back were a nice [...]


    • I really enjoyed this book. I can't remember all that happened in the story because I read it four years ago. Practically a girl is really good friends with Catherine of Arogan and they are on their way to England from Spain because Arthur the older brother of Henry VIII is getting married to Catherine but then things go wrong for Cathrine but things go well too for the girl who tells the story.


    • This entire series is a wonderful way to learn history or teach it to adolescents. I find today's generations seem to recall more when they learn through other people (pop songs, celebrity gossip, etc.), so what better way to teach history than through someone else's perspective? Yes, "authentic" diaries would be "better", but would the language really hold the modern student's attention? Did the diary writer know what WOULD be important in the context of history? Probably not.


    • I'd have liked to read this when I was a child. It is both detailed and accurate, and tells this part of the Tudor story in plain and simple terms. It is well written, and very good for kids. Unfortunately I feel it lacks entertainment value, which is why I feel that it's just okay. I'd have liked a little embellishment to bring the story to life.


    • This is the dairy of Eva, (mama in Anne Boleyn and me) a lady in waiting to Cathrine of Aragon. It documents her travels as a sixteen year - old from Spain to England, and the book finishes with her a 28 year old with a family still serving the queen.


    • I enjoyed this book as I am very interested in the Tudor period.It was a quick and easy read as I think this book is geared towards children. I only gave this book 3 stars because although it was enjoyable it wasn't amazing and it didn't teach me anything new about the Tudor period.


    • I really liked the story as it was in catherine of aragons glory days and that it was in the tudor time i loved it pick it up and enjoy it


    • Slightly disappointed! The problem was it was based over 12 years and in most of it nothing seemed to happen! It was ok though






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