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Cixi The Dragon Empress (the Thinking Girl's Treasury Of Dastardly Dames)

Cixi The Dragon Empress

Your kids will love this excellent book by Natasha Yim. Written by Natasha Yim and it was published on the 1st of September, 2011 by Goosebottom Books. The children's book is 32 pages long. The child's book dimensions are 9.06" Height x 8.46" Length x 0.39" Width and weighs about 0.73 lbs. There are people who proclaim they don't really have time to read, but reading is yet another great usage of time, especially with the correct book. See this recommendation and you will absolutely love reading a lot more. To get the same great price I came across, visit our partners via the add to shopping cart button on this site.

Goosebottom Books

ISBN: 0983425655
Author: Natasha Yim

This series of historical accounts profiles robust women who took extraordinary measures to achieve and preserve energy — like murder, deception, and black magic — examining the women's reputations in the context of their eras. Just how wicked had been they? The books allow readers to decide for themselves if these infamous ladies were indeed heartless and evil or merely out of touch and producing the the majority of their circumstances.

The last empress of China, Cixi fought ruthlessly to isolate her nation from the West while cloistered inside her lavish Forbidden City, ignoring the needs of her people. Her extravagant lifestyle, bouts of bad temper, and brutal punishments earned her a reputation as a cruel and ignorant leader. An exploration of Cixi's daily life — such as what she ate and how she dressed — this story explains how she became among probably one of the most notorious figures of the Qing dynasty.


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