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Thu 21st September, 2017
 

New children’s book to mark The Queen’s 90th birthday

The Queen is to be turned into a cartoon character for a new children’s book to mark her 90th birthday.

This book, named ‘The Birthday Crown’, is expected to be sold in Royal Palaces so children can also mark Her Majesty’s milestone birthday.

The book will mark The Queen's 90th birthday.

The book will mark The Queen’s 90th birthday.

Published by the Royal Collection Trust and written by David Cali, the  illustrations are done by Kate Slater.

The story is about the birthday preparations for a Queen whose Buckingham Palace courtiers are asked to come up with the right crown for her big day. It is The Queen’s grandson, a small child, who came up with the idea – a paper crown he has made himself.

The publication has been approved by Her Majesty the Queen.

Publisher Jacky Colliss Harvey said: “We hope that children and adults alike will enjoy David Cali’s charming story about a very special birthday, brought to life through Kate Slater’s highly original collage illustrations.”

The hardback book will be on sale at Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace from 12th April ahead of The Queen’s 90th birthday on 21st April. The book is expected to be sold at £12.95.

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---- Marcella no longer writes for The Crown Chronicles ----- Marcella Busuttil from hal Safi Malta. She graduated in 2011 and obtained a B.A degree in Maltese and Linguistics. Her full-time Job is of an Assistant Teacher. She is also a TV presenter in Malta. She hosted several TV documentaries, even about the British Royal Family. She wrote and did the research of the programme 'Mill-Familja Rjali'. (The Royal Family) Presently, she writes on this website.

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