The English Roses
|The English Roses|
The English Roses book cover (first edition)
|Country||US, released simultaneously in more than 100 countries|
|Language||English, released simultaneously in 30 languages|
|Series||The English Roses|
|Genre(s)||Fictional Children's literature, Picture book|
|Publication date||15 September 2003|
|Media type||jacketed hardcover, limited first edition with slipcase|
ISBN 0-670-03678-1 (before 2007)
|LC Classification||PZ7.M26573 En 2003|
|Followed by||The English Roses: Too Good to be True|
The English Roses is a 2003 children's picture book written by American recording artist and entertainer Madonna and illustrated by Jeffrey Fulvimari, which later became a series of children's books by both artists. The books are about the life of five schoolgirls in London and their problems.
The English Roses is about the lives of four girls — Charlotte, Amy, Grace and Nicole — who become jealous of a girl called Binah. They believe that her life is perfect, and are jealous of her for it, but Binah is lonely. Binah's mother died when she was young and she lives with her father in a small house where she cooks and cleans for a living. Binah has no friends but the English Roses think she must be popular, rich and spoiled but she really isn't like that.
In 2006, Madonna went on to write more about the English Roses. The English Roses: Too Good to be True is another picture book but illustrated this time by Stacey Peterson instead of Jeffrey Fulvimari (the only exception in the series). The hardcover first edition was published by Callaway on 24 October 2006. The friendship of the five girls is tested as a new charming student arrives.
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