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Books are magical. They aren't made of pages and words. They're made of hopes, dreams and possibilities.

And the words flew off the page like butterflies, flitting into her soul and swirling in her stomach. But she had never seen a butterfly before. through that book. did life become infinitely more beautiful.

Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high. How I love them! How I need them! I'll have a long beard by the time I read them ~Arnold Lobel

Books to the ceiling, Books to the sky, My pile of books is a mile high. How I love them! I'll have a long beard by the time I read them. ~ Arnold Lobel author of many popular children's books.

Walter Cromwell, Thomas Cromwell's rötägg till far. Smed och bryggare.

How to Build A Home Made Forge. Fancy yourself a blacksmith? This article will cover one way to make a home made forge, one that I have tested and used with great results.

Den bibel som finns i Thomas Cromwells hem. I bibeln har familjemedlemmarna skrivit sina namn.

Cromwell's Family Bible - Century - In the margins appear the signatures of Anna Cromwell, Carina Cromwell, Henry Cromwell, Elizabeth Cromwell, and Richard Cromwell.

Thomas Cromwell's hus på Austin Friars i London.

Thomas Cromwell's house at Austin Friars, London - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - depicted by the 1550 "Copperplate Map" of London

Thomas Cromwell, uppkomlingen. Han är son till en smed. Efter att i unga år försörjt sig på många olika sätt ute i Europa började han arbeta som jurist i England. Där blev han snart parlamentsledamot. 1531 får han tjänst hos kardinal Thomas Wolsey. Efter kardinalens fall blir Thomas en av kungens viktigaste rådgivare. I framtiden kommer han att bli kunglig sekreterare, kunglig arkivarie, kansler vid universitetet i Cambridge och kungens ställföreträdare som överhuvud för kyrkan.

Portrait of Thomas Cromwell. Cromwell is the main character in Hillary Mantel's novels "Wolf Hall" (which won the coveted Booker prize) and "Bring Up the Bodies", both of which are great reads about the intrigues at the court of Henry VIII.