Queen Victoria The Woman Who Ruled the World by Kate Hubbard


Queen Victoria The Woman Who Ruled the World by Kate Hubbard

Victoria was just 18 years old when she was crowned Queen in 1837 - a tiny figure, with a will of iron. Never was there so queenly a queen. She made Britain great and the people loved her for it. In 1861 tragedy struck, when her husband Albert died. Dumb with grief, she hid herself away. Could anyone persuade her to be Queen again? Ages 10+.

About the Author

Kate Hubbard is the author of A Material Girl: Bess of Hardwick (Short Books, 2001), WHO WAS... Charlotte Brontë and WHO WAS... Queen Victoria from the Short Books children’s historical biography series. She lives in London and Dorset.

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128 pages


Kate Hubbard
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Publication date

15th July 2004



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