by Druvert, Helene; Von Rosenschild, Camille

Les reines les plus célèbres ne sont pas ces délicates épouses que l'on imagine à l'abri dans leurs appartements. Leurs destins et leurs caractères sont souvent bien surprenants et c'est sans doute grâce à cette vivacité d'esprit qu'elles ont marqué l'histoire. Cinq tableaux en papiers découpés les mettent à l'honneur dans leurs plus beaux apparats. Les tableaux : - Cléopâtre, la reine qui fit trembler Rome . - Pocahontas, la princesse du Nouveau Monde . - Catherine II de Russie, la petite fille qui aurait dû être un garçon . - Marie-Antoinette, une reine sur l'échafaud . - Sissi, l'impératrice désenchantée .

Histoires de reines
Publisher
LA MARTINIERE JEUNESSE
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782732470313
ISBN-10
2732470317
Number of Pages
24
Height
20 mm
Widht
195 mm
Lenght
275 mm
Weight
490 g
Format
Book
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