3 facts about henry vii
Ill Be You and You Be Me by Ruth KraussDont miss the companions, Everything Under a Mushroom, A Very Special House, A Hole is to Dig... well, anything you can find by Krauss. Get the original editions, though - the newer illustrators works just arent a great fit.
Now, my assumption is that most of the text is actually collected from real little children, adapted by Krauss. I cannot imagine she came up with all these gems out of thin air.
if I want I can give it to a friend
and some ocean
and some dark for daytime
and some sun for nighttime
and a hug--
I put them down together
on a piece of paper
--I could hold it in my hand
--I could keep it in my pocket
you could roll it in a little ball
and poke it in a shell
42 Triumphant Facts About Henry VII, The Father Of The Tudor Dynasty
Born : 28th January Died : 21st April Henry died of tuberculosis at Richmond Palace. He is buried in Westminster Abbey. This gave Henry Tudor a claim to the English throne, but quite a poor one.
Key Facts & Summary
Henry VII was king of England from to He was a successful usurper, the founder of the Tudor dynasty, and an accomplished practitioner of Renaissance diplomacy. Born on Jan. The Yorkist victories of brought death to Henry VI and his son, and Henry Tudor became a refugee in Brittany as well as heir to the claims of Lancaster. Henry attempted a Lancastrian uprising in October but was balked by bad weather and Richard's soldiers. A large Welsh troop under the banner of Cadwalader were among the following of 5, with whom Henry won the Battle of Bosworth Field Aug.
He founded the Tudor dynasty. His father died two months before he was born, leaving his year-old mother as his only parent. After Henry's birth, he spent a lot of time with his uncle Jasper Tudor. Jasper took Henry to France, where he spent most of his youth. Henry had a claim to the throne of England, but it was not a very good one, and he had to wait a long time for a chance to take the throne. King Richard was not popular with everyone, because it was thought that he had stolen the throne from his young nephews and had killed them.