The My Story Collection - 10 Books (Collection)

My Story


This superb series combines really enticing storylines with some of the most popular themes and eras of British history. Written in a really accessible style, ten feisty heroines tell their tales through personal journals that chart their stories against a backdrop of exciting and sometimes harrowing historical events. From Margaret's fascinating story of life on board the Titanic and her dramatic escape, to the very different life of Eliza, thrown into factory work whilst still just a child, these gripping tales paint a series of colourful social histories whilst providing entertaining reading.

Titles in this collection (10)
  • Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margaret Anne Brady, 1912
  • Mayflower: The Diary of Remember Patience Whipple, 1620
  • Blitz: The Diary of Edie Benson, London 1940-1941
  • Transport: The Diary of Elizabeth Harvey, Australia 1790
  • The Great Plague: The Diary of Alice Paynton, London 1665-1666
  • Blood Tower: The Diary of Tilly Middleton, London, 1553-1559
  • My Tudor Queen: The Diary of Eva De Puebla, London 1501-1513
  • Anne Boleyn and Me: The Diary of Elinor Valjean, London 1525-1536
  • Mill Girl: The Diary of Eliza Helsted, Manchester, 1842-1843
  • Suffragette: The Diary of Dollie Baxter, London 1909-1913

Product Details

  • Product code: YRY
  • Publisher: Scholastic Ltd
  • Format: Collection
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  • Pages: Varies
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"Transported" -

The book was truly amazing, very interesting, I couldn't seem to put it down. I loved how she was talking to her little brother throughout the whole of it. It really helped me understand what had happened in those days. And I had no idea Australia had a famine, it's surprising what you can learn from a book.

Branach , Thu Dec 01 17:47:08 GMT 2011

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