An enormous number of new books about royalty are scheduled for publication in September! Here's your sneak peek. (As always, publication dates are subject to change.)
King and Emperor by Janet L. Nelson. This book brings together everything we know about Charlemagne and his motives.
The Angevin Dynasties of Europe 900-1500 by Jeffrey Anderson. From their small county in France, the lords of Anjou produced dynasties of Jerusalem, England, Sicily, Hungary and Poland.
The Lesser-Known World of Mughal Emperor Jahangir by Som Prakash Verma. A psychological study of the Indian emperor.
Katherine Howard by Conor Byrne. English king Henry VIII's fifth wife was bright and charming, but her premarital liaisons led to her ruin.
Prince Albert by A.N. Wilson. This biography argues that Queen Victoria's husband influenced almost every aspect of British national life.
Queen Victoria's Buckingham Palace by Amanda Foreman and Lucy Peter. How Victoria transformed the palace from a lavish bachelor pad to a family home.
The Brave Princess and Me by Kathy Kacer, illustrated by Juliana Kolesova. During the Second World War, Princess Alice of Greece hides a mother and daughter from the Nazis. For readers ages 5 to 6.
The full list of new royalty books will be published on the Royalty.nu Books page on September 1. No need to wait; you can go there right now to see the book lists for June, July, and August.
If I could only read one of the books listed above, I would pick King and Emperor because I would like to learn more about Charlemagne. Which book would you choose?