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Mary, Queen of Scots : queen without a country
Kathryn Lasky
Children's Fiction LASKY

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Summary: Mary, the young Scottish queen, is sent a diary from her mother in which she records her experiences living at the court of France's King Henry II as she awaits her marriage to Henry's son, Francis.

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Age: 11
Was nine months old when she became queen after the death of her father, King James V; separated from her mother at the age of five; arranged to be married to the son of King Henry II of France in order to forge a strong alliance with France; sent to live in the court of her future father-in-law.

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