Authors: Stella Nosella, Thomas J. Mace-Arthur-Mills
Illustrations by: Valentina Vanasia
Series: The Adventures of Little Queen Elisabeth
Pages: 72 Size: 22cm
Available in: all languages except Italian
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be the granddaughter of a king? Elizabeth, Lilibet for her friends, is a princess dealing with an extraordinary and exciting life. Granddaughter of the King of England, she is going to enjoy a special day when, for the first time, she is invited to Buckingham Palace to visit her beloved grandparents. Her visit had been arranged in great detail but, by taking advantage of a moment of distraction of her nanny, Lilibet will indulge her curiosity and visit the Palace on her own disobeying the orders she was given. What will Lilibet find out in this extraordinary adventure?
Topics and strengths of the book
- Book dedicated to Queen Elizabeth II of England, as a tribute to her life and her Kingdom.
- Approved by the Royal House.
- Official sales channels of the Royal House already activated.
About the authors
Stella Nosella is an Italian writer of children’s fiction. Her debut novel Sebastian’s Chronicles — Books That Do Not Exist (Capponi Editore) was nominated for the prestigious Premio Strega Award, literature for girls and boys 2019. Stella has a great passion for history and has been one of the foremost lecturers and classroom readers in the Veneto region of Italy. Furthermore, Stella has worked for many years in supporting children’s charities and is an ambassador for charities such as #ioleggoperché, that collaborates with #ilvenetolegge and #libriamoci which have been selected for the #primaeffe Feltrinelli project for the school district.
Thomas Mace-Archer-Mills has multiple publications to his name, winning the 2018 Gourmand award for Their Majesties’ Mixers: When They Reign, They Pour. He is most known for his colourful expert Royal commentary over the past nine years in addition to his numerous media appearances at the 2018 Royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Thomas has years of experience as a Royal historian, using this knowledge to establish the British Monarchists Society, Crown & Country Magazine and his own consultancy which has assisted European Royal Houses. Thomas works closely with many charitable causes to put education first by lecturing and speaking at primary and secondary schools, instructing workshops at young adult forums and conferences, and speaking at global conventions for prestigious international organisations.
Valentina Vanasia expanded her knowledge at the famous Brera Academy (Italy) where she graduated in illustration, as well as 2D and 3D animation. Tra i suoi numerosi lavori la saga Sebastian’s Chronicles.