Tag Archives: Natalie Grueninger

Talking Tudors – Natalie speaks to Nicola Tallis about Lady Jane and Lettice

Natalie Grueninger speaks to historian Nicola Tallis about Lady Jane Grey and Lettice Knollys in a Talking Tudor podcast.

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My niece & nephew help me review ‘Colouring History: Tudor Queens and Consorts’

When Natalie Grueninger and Kathryn Holeman sent me a copy of ‘Colouring History: Tudor Queens and Consorts’ to review, I knew I would have to call in some expert help. I showed it to my niece, Cecily (aged 5), she … Continue reading

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Books 2018 – on sale today – Colouring History: Tudor Queens and Consorts by Natalie Grueninger and Kathryn Holeman

‘Delve into the dazzling-and dangerous-world of Tudor queens and consorts with this lavishly illustrated colouring book for grown-ups. Featuring an array of beautiful illustrations inspired by contemporary paintings and manuscripts, it’s sure to delight even the most discerning Tudor history … Continue reading

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Another book with a ‘Jane’ link to look forward to…

1st May 2018 – Colouring History: Tudor Queens and Consorts by Natalie Grueninger and Kathryn Holeman ‘Delve into the dazzling-and dangerous-world of Tudor queens and consorts with this lavishly illustrated colouring book for grown-ups. Featuring an array of beautiful illustrations … Continue reading

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‘Discovering Tudor London’ Interview with Natalie Grueninger

Natalie Grueninger is a researcher, writer and educator, living in Australia with her husband and two children. In 2009 she created On the Tudor Trail, a website dedicated to documenting historic sites and buildings associated with Anne Boleyn and sharing … Continue reading

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