There Once Was A Man With Six Wives
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Royal history as you’ve never seen it before – in limericks!
Six times Henry Tudor got wed,
Unhappy with how his wives bred,
And when things turned sour,
Exploiting his power
He shouted out, ‘Off with her head!’
A hilarious new title from everyone’s favourite limericksmith, Mick Twister. He did world history in the very successful There Was an Old Geezer Called Caesar, and now he’s tackling a subject dear to all our hearts – kings and queens. They’re all in here, from Alfred the Great to our present Queen, now the longest serving monarch in history. There is also a smattering of the most interesting European kings and queens, including such greats as Ivan the Terrible and Vlad the Impaler.
- 112 pages
Author: Mick Twister
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