Sorghaghtani of Mongolia

Sorghaghtani of Mongolia

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Goosebottom Books Llc
Richly illustrated and narrated with touches of irreverent humor, The Thinking Girl's Treasury of Real Princesses tells the tales of real princesses who did what few thought possible. This book, Sorghaghtani of Mongolia, brings to life the story of a real and remarkable princess who, given a chance to rule, did not exactly steal the imperial throne but won it in a battle of wits, and handed her sons the largest empire in the world.

Sculptress Art Llc
On the wind-swept steppes of Mongolia, in a battle of wits like a giant chess game, a princess won for her sons the imperial throne. This is the story of Sorghaghtani, a real and remarkable princess who handed her sons the largest empire in the world.

Baker & Taylor
Presents information about the life of the thirteenth-century princess whose wisdom led her to personally rule over a large area of Mongolia and Northern China, and to see to it that her four sons all became great leaders within the empire.

Perseus Publishing
On the wind-swept steppes of Mongolia in the thirteenth century, a princess was given the chance to rule. She took lands that had been ruined by war and made them wealthy again, brought mutual respect and cooperation to a downtrodden and distrustful people, and in a battle of wits that was like a giant chess game, won for her sons the imperial throne. This is the story of Sorghaghtani, a real and remarkable princess who handed her sons the largest empire in the world.

Richly illustrated and narrated with humor, The Thinking Girl’s Treasury of Real Princesses brings to life the stories of real and remarkable princesses who managed to do what few thought possible.


Independent Publishing Group
Combining the romance and enchantment of princesses with a message of youthful female empowerment, these books are about girls who didn’t just sit around waiting to be rescued. Against great odds, they changed their own lives?and their worlds. Stories of princesses from different cultures and different epochs in history are richly illustrated with photographs, maps, and lovely pen-and-watercolor paintings that help bring these fascinating females to life.
On the windswept steppes of Mongolia in the 13th century, a princess was given the chance to rule, and her story is outlined in this book. Sorghaghtani took lands that were ruined by war and made them wealthy again, brought mutual respect and cooperation to a downtrodden and distrustful people, and, in a battle of wits that was like a giant chess game, won the imperial throne for her sons, which gave them the largest empire in the world. Sections on the clothes she wore, the foods she ate, and why she is remembered today are included.


Publisher: Foster City, CA : Goosebottom Books, c2010
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780984509829
0984509828
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill., geneal. table, col. maps ; 24 x 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Nguyen, Albert, ill

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