The Queen's Token by Pamela Oldfield


The Queen's Token by Pamela Oldfield

Hal is a poor stable boy, who has a dream - to work for King Henry at his palace in Whitehall. But when he chances upon the royal party, it's not the meeting he was hoping for. He's accused of being a spy and his fate now rests in the king's hands...Will Henry live up to his fierce reputation, or will Hal live another day? The Queen's Token is a historical story set in Tudor times.

About the Author

Pamela Oldfield has written many books for children, including several stories for Scholastic's My Story series.

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64 pages


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Publication date

30th September 2008



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