The Corgi and the Queen
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Can one dog help a young princess learn how to become a beloved queen? The true and touching story of Queen Elizabeth II and her first corgi, Susan.
As a young girl, Elizabeth's life changed for ever when her papa was crowned King George VI and the family moved into Buckingham Palace. But one thing has never changed: she always has her corgis at her side. This is the story of her beloved first corgi, Susan, who accompanied Princess Elizabeth everywhere she went - even secretly riding in her glass carriage on her wedding day to Prince Philip! Susan was there for Elizabeth when her Papa died and she was crowned Queen Elizabeth II, and remained at her side as a faithful companion in her early years as a Queen and later as a mother. This picture book provides a fascinating window into the life of Queen Elizabeth II from princess to beloved Queen, told through her enduring love of corgis.

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About Caroline L. Perry

Caroline Perry (Author)  Caroline Perry is a California-based British author, journalist and documentary producer, whose work has featured in HELLO!, Glamour and Marie Claire magazines and broadsheet newspapers. Caroline lives in a Los Angeles beach city with her husband and three children - all budding bibliophiles.Lydia Corry (Illustrator)  Lydia Corry stu

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About Lydia Corry

Lydia Corry is a British illustrator based in Brighton who graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2009. Her dynamic and rich illustrations are all painted by hand in a mixture of watercolour, ink and gouache. She is the illustrator of Eight Princesses and the Magic Mirror (Zephyr) by Natasha Farrant.

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