Horrible Histories 10 Book Set

August 12, 2019 - Comment

Want to know what the ‘Shepard of the Royal Backside’ had to do in Ancient Egypt? Or why white knickers could kill you during the Second World War? Or why dedicated doctors in Ancient Greece used to taste their patients’ ear wax? Then you’ll love this gruesomely boxset packed with 10 horrible books covering everything

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(as of August 17, 2019 2:01 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

Want to know what the ‘Shepard of the Royal Backside’ had to do in Ancient Egypt? Or why white knickers could kill you during the Second World War? Or why dedicated doctors in Ancient Greece used to taste their patients’ ear wax?

Then you’ll love this gruesomely boxset packed with 10 horrible books covering everything you didn’t want to know about the awful Egyptians, Vile Victorians, Ruthless Romans and more! Read along with Terry Deary and Martin Brown as they introduce you to the not so wonderful world of history bulging with hundreds of gory facts and funny pictures.

This box set includes
Terrifying Tudors
Vile Victorians
Awful Egyptians
Measley Middle Ages
Groovy Greeks
Gorgeous Georgians
Slimy Stuarts
Ruthless Romans
Frightful First World War
Woeful Second World War

Comments

Anonymous says:

Horrible Histories My Nephew loved these books, great price to start them off on reading for history and quick delivery

Anonymous says:

Good books Grandson loves horrible histories I am.so glad that learning history has become popular

Anonymous says:

This is a really good value set covering all of the main books This is a really good value set covering all of the main books. If you find yourself planning to buy several Horrible Histories then it might well be worth considering this set. It did come in the card board box, but I will be splitting these up as gifts for children. A good buy.

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