The Time Traveller's Guide to Elizabethan England
Like its Medieval brother, this book is an easy, fun read. I skimmed over the parts about social organisation because they are a very general overview that any reader who is interested in the period's history is already familiar with.
But the chapters and sections dedicated to every day life were a joy, as it is a subject often ignored by uni courses and political history.
The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is the lack of images to help the reader picture what is being described. I struggled in the geography sections: having no sense of direction at all and not knowing London except trough reading, I was quite lost at what the city looked like.