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Lucy Lethbridge

Lucy Lethbridge

  • 5 stars across 7 books
Lucy Lethbridge is a freelance journalist and literary editor of The Tablet. She lives in Camden, London. She has written two other biographies in the WHO WAS series, Annie Oakley, Sharpshooter of the Wild West, and Ada Lovelace, Computer Wizard of Victorian England, which won the Blue Peter Book Award in 2002.
27th August 2004

Florence Nightingale

The remarkable story of Florence Nightingale, from her privileged childhood to the horrors of her work in the Crimea and... MoreFlorence Nightingale

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1st June 2015

True Stories of Pirates

A collection of true stories of piracy, from the first pirates of the Ancient World to the Golden Age of Piracy in the s... MoreTrue Stories of Pirates

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17th February 2005

Napoleon

A tough little chap with a shrill voice and a horrible temper, Napoleon Bonaparte was one of the surprise heroes of hist... MoreNapoleon

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17th June 2004

Annie Oakley

Annie was seven years old when her mother sent her away to work. They were just to poor to keep her at home. But this li... MoreAnnie Oakley

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20th May 2004

Ada Lovelace: Computer Wizard of Victorian England

Daughter of the poet Lord Byron, Ada Lovelace was a child prodigy. Brilliant at maths, she read numbers like most people... MoreAda Lovelace: Computer Wizard of Victorian England

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