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Elisabeth: The Princess Bride is historical fiction book by Barry Denenberg. It was the fifteenth entry in The Royal Diaries series. The book was published in April 2003 by Scholastic and was followed by Carolyn Meyer's Kristina: The Girl King.

Book descriptionEdit

"Saturday, September 24, 1853
Finding myself the most important person in the whole household and the constant center of attention is most unnerving and disturbing. I wish it were not so, but there doesn't seem to be anything I can do to stop it. I can't go out anywhere unless everyone knows where I am because there are so many great personages and foreign delegations arriving night and day to meet me.... Possi used to be so serene and calming, but now that I have so much to do, it is far from that. I hardly have any time to spend with my animals, walk in the woods, or even ride with Poppy. I wish I could go back to the way things were....
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PlotEdit

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of Elisabeth: The Princess Bride characters

AuthorEdit

Main article: Barry Denenberg

Barry Denenberg (born in Brooklyn, New York) is an author of several non-fiction and historical fiction novels. Denenberg began writing biographies at the age of forty. He has written five books for Dear America and two for My Name Is America. Elisabeth: The Princess Bride is the his only entry in The Royal Diaries.

AcknowledgementsEdit

"The author would like to thank Kerry Balassone, Kristen Eberle, Amy Griffin, Sonia Black, Lisa Sandell, Hara Lewis, Manuela Soares, and Kerrie Baldwin."

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