April Helms's Reviews > Good Masters! Sweet Ladies!: Voices from a Medieval Village

Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! by Laura Amy Schlitz
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Mar 22, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: childrens, young-adult, history, theater-play
Recommended for: children, young adult
Read in March, 2008

This was such a neat book, and I love the story about how it came to be. It was born out of a classroom project, where the author, a librarian at a school, wrote a series of monologues for a class studying the Middle Ages. The characters in this collection of mini-stories, which are loosely linked, range from a lord's nephew, to working class children such as a falconer and a glassblower's apprentice, to a beggar. There are useful notes in sidebars throughout to explain Medieval terms that may be unclear or obscure. The illustrations really make this book -- done very much in the fashion of Middle Age miniatures.

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