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Anastasia
by Carolyn Meyer


Overview - Award-winning author Carolyn Meyer's ANASTASIA is back in print with a gorgeous new package
Thirteen-year-old Anastasia is the youngest daughter of Czar Nicholas II, ruler of Russia. Anastasia is used to a life of luxury; her major concerns are how to get out of her detested schoolwork to play in the snow, go ice-skating, or have picnics.
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Overview
Award-winning author Carolyn Meyer's ANASTASIA is back in print with a gorgeous new package
Thirteen-year-old Anastasia is the youngest daughter of Czar Nicholas II, ruler of Russia. Anastasia is used to a life of luxury; her major concerns are how to get out of her detested schoolwork to play in the snow, go ice-skating, or have picnics. She wears diamonds and rubies, and every morning her mother tells her which matching outfit she and her three sisters shall wear that day. It's a fairy tale life -- until everything changes with the outbreak of war between Russia and Germany. As Russia enters WWI, hunger and poverty grows among the peasants, and soon they are not pleased with their ruler. While the czar is trying win a war and save their country, the country is turning on the royal family. When her father and the rest of the family are imprisoned by the Bolsheviks, suddenly Anastasia understands what this war is costing the people. In the pages of her diary, Anastasia chronicles the wealth and luxury of her royal days, as well as the fall from power, and her uncertain fate.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781627654135
  • ISBN-10: 1627654135
  • Publisher: Perfection Learning
  • Publish Date: October 2013
  • Page Count: 210
  • Reading Level: Ages 10-13

Series: Royal Diaries

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