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Shortlisted for Book Retailer of the Year & Children's Bookseller of the Year
Shortlisted for Book Retailer of the Year & Children's Bookseller of the Year

Horrible Histories 4 Books Collection - Age 7+ - Paperback by Terry Deary

SKU: B2D3089 ISBN: 9781407135762
Current price £15.99
£15.99 - £15.99
Current price £15.99
Original price £27.96
Original price £27.96 - Original price £27.96
Original price £27.96
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The Horrible Histories books is a fantastic fiction series, produced by the legendary Scholastic publishers. With a collection of writers and illustrations, Horrible Histories books have continued to be a popular choice and maintain their position as bestseller with our customers. The Horrible Histories books are a fun, yet at times gruesome, take on a range of history lessons. From the Romans to the Tudors and even the Egyptians, the Horrible Histories books are an action-packed account of what it was like for each corner of the world. These popular stories are filled with frightful facts, and it’s often joked that these parts are left out when the topics are taught in school.

There are some truly grim and gruesome discoveries to be made in the Horrible Histories booked, ideal for children aged 7 and upwards. These blood curling and spine tingling stories are where fact meets fiction and children will be asking all sorts of weird and wonderful questions to parents, to decipher truth from make believe. A great way to learn some general knowledge as well as a history lesson, the Horrible Histories collection get every child hooked onto the past and tell history like it really was, even the teachers love them!

Titles in this set:

  • Awful Egyptians
  • Rotten Romans
  • Terrifying Tudors
  • Measly Middle Ages

Featuring Awful Egyptians, Terrifying Tudors, Measly Middle Ages and Rotten Romans, these new titles in the bestselling Horrible Histories series are specially designed for younger readers who enjoy foul facts and funny anecdotes. Accessible to children aged 7+, the bold new look and rat characters that hilariously guide each book make the information exciting to read while the brilliantly gory facts mean children are likely to retain much of what they pick up. So discover why chickens used to have their bottoms shaved, what Roman soldiers wore under their kilts, why people worshipped dung beetles and who invited Queen Elizabeth I to see a brand-new toilet, with this Horrible Histories collection that will inspire a whole new generation of Terry Deary fans.