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Horrible Histories Handbooks: The Horrible History of the World Award-winning author/illustrator

by Terry Deary (author) and Martin Brown (illustrator)

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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Product Description

Every horrid bit of history you ever wanted to know – in a handy pocket-size. Now all the nasty bits are at your fingertips! From brain-nibbling Neanderthals to the terrifying 20th Century, discover heaps of horrid facts to make you laugh your socks off. Want to know: why Alexander the Great banned beards? What smelly sport the Samurai warriors played? Who tried to bump off her enemies with a cake made with poisoned bath-water? It’s got all the wickedness of the world – with the gore and more!

Product Details

Series

Horrible Histories Handbooks

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407103501

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

October 1st, 2007

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  • 96 pages
Condition

New

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Terry Deary

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Martin Brown

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    Sushi123
    on 29 July 2016

    Horrible Histories Handbooks: The Horrible History of the World, in “blood-curdling color!” A must for all who love to learn about the gory side of history!

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    bugzy72
    on 6 March 2013

    its a good book

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    cleopatchra
    on 20 August 2012

    if you go to gasington school me and my freind molly are doing a horrible history club and we love horrible histoies and hope you historians will like it and the book i loved it p.s the school is in england and i have not read the book yet but i think it is amazing can not wait to buy and read it!!!!!!

    5out of 5
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    angelslater
    on 2 March 2012

    this book is great not only is it funny but it helps with school projects.

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    guzz6
    on 12 March 2011

    This book is great!!!

    4out of 5
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    Lolo95
    on 3 March 2011

    Great if you like or dont like history this book makes it fun and I like all the horrible things. For Boys and girls.

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    xxisabellatrixx
    on 27 February 2011

    horrible histories are the best way to learn and laugh simultaneously, with beautiful illustrations and endless jokes and wisecracks the books are enjoyable for all ages. i loved this handbook because it taught me lots of things my teachers dont really bother telling me, and im in the middle of doing my gcses! purely brilliant

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    gothicalMagic
    on 27 August 2010

    it was really good i enjoyed every bit of it here’s a bit of it – p.22 Lousy ledends since earlest times people have enjoyed listening to legends. but some legends have been used by people as an excuse for cruel and crafty crimes,like the legend of the indain goddes kali.

    4out of 5