Charts & Family Trees
Who is Related to whom and how? History doesn't always make this easy. That's why the Legendary Women of world History biographies often include family tree charts made by Matt Baker of Useful Charts. These charts help you better understand who each biography subject is by placing her within her familial context.
Each of these charts are free for you to download -- though we hope you'll also buy the books these appear in.
Born to King Charles VI of France and married off to King Henry V of England, catherine's courage Cemented House Lancaster and paved the way for the tudor Dynasty.
Matilda's uniquely royal Norman, Saxon, and Scottish heritage was meant to unify an England still divided by her grandfather's conquest in 1066. Married off to the German Kaiser just days before she turned 12, her early delivery of the Prinzessin royal set the stage for a fight for the English crown that entangled England, Scotland, and Wales in bloody "anarchy."
Born in Exile in Hungary, Margaret of Wessex's status as sister to the last claimant to the English throne made her a threat to King William I's Conquest. Fleeing to Scotland, she found herself not only the reluctant bride to King Malcolm Canmore, but a revolutionizing force that did more to Conquer Scotland for the English than any Army ever could.
The First King was written at the same time as The Great Succession Crisis. Later integrated into and replaced by "Good-bye A672E92 Quintus," it offers insights into the origins of the Peers of Beinan Series.
A New Start originated in 2013 when Ms. Rockefeller was told she couldn't write a Western. A flash fiction story about Irish immigration to Ms. Rockefeller's native Nebraska, A New Start reflects the same attention to historical detail that would later become a hallmark of the Legendary Women of World History Series.
Written in 2014, American Poverty was originally a collection of essays Ms. Rockefeller wrote for Yahoo Voices. The book begins with her personal experiences and observations before moving into insights and analyses based on data from American Express, Forbes, CNN Money, The New York Times, Feeding America, The Shriver Report, Herald Scotland, BBC News, The Joseph Roundtree Foundation, The Huffington Post, and The Toronto Star.
A short collection of songs and poems spanning the entire Peers of Beinan series. Listen to select performances here.
Activity Books & Study Guides
Expand your horizons while having fun with these educational puzzle books and study guides.
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