A.V. Scrivner’s fondness for history, particularly European history, inspired her to write Diana: The Enchanted Princess. Diana’s life, represented in poetry, is historically accurate. The poem revolves around the grief of Diana’s sons the afternoon after her burial, when Prince William and Prince Harry are at Althorp. Poetic license allows the writer to bring in fantasy as their beautiful mother appears, staying with them long enough to ease their grief. Three short prose pieces and several lovely black and white drawings complete this book.