The book, God Save the King, traces the Anthem’s story from its origins and features phrase-by-phrase illustrations
The words of the National Anthem were once second nature for most, but today’s children need a helping hand in mastering God Save the King.
Ahead of King Charles III’s Coronation, a new illustrated book aims to teach children the song’s lyrics, as well as its historical significance, so that they can fully participate in the celebrations.
The book, God Save the King, traces the Anthem’s story from its origins in the Bible to its use around the world today, and features phrase-by-phrase illustrations.
In a foreword, Anne-Marie Minhall, the Classic FM presenter, describes it as a “piece of music that touches all our lives.”
She added: “Timeless. Enduring. Evergreen. May it always be this way. An anthem that is a constant in good times and in hard times.”
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Children struggling with National Anthem to be taught lyrics using new Coronation book