The FitzOsbornes in exile
Source:Cooper, Michelle, 1969- Montmaray journals ; bk. 2, Alfred A. Knopf, Volume 1st American, New York, p.457 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb Curr PR9619.4 .C657 F58 2011
Keywords:1936-1952--Fiction, Diaries--Fiction, Diaries--Juvenile fiction, Exiles--Fiction, Exiles--Juvenile fiction, Families--Fiction, Families--Juvenile fiction, Family life--Fiction, Great Britain--History--20th century--Fiction, Great Britain--History--George VI, Great Britain--History--George VI, 1936-1952--Fiction, Great Britain--History--George VI, 1936-1952--Juvenile fiction, War stories, War--Fiction
Summary: In January 1937, as Sophia FitzOsborne continues to record in her journal, the members of Montmaray's royal family are living in luxurious exile in England but, even as they participate in the social whirl of London parties and balls, they remain determined to free their island home from the occupying Germans despite growing rumors of a coming war that might doom their country forever.
Lexile measure 1010; Book level 6.6; Ages 12-18