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Horrible Histories  
by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin Brown  
   

IT’S HISTORY WITH THE NASTY BITS LEFT IN!

Welcome to the Horrible Histories Book Zone where history has NEVER been so horrible!

Find out about all the latest titles in this best-selling series which is now more than 20 years old! You can also read all about the author, Terry Deary and illustrator, Martin Brown, by clicking on their names.

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Horrible Histories: Slimy Stuarts Slimy Stuarts
The Stuarts. They don't sound very terrible, do they? They sound almost like your boring next-door neighbours. But you'll soon change your mind once you hear the sickening story which started when gibbering King James I took the throne, including why some slimy Stuarts ate toads, snails and fleas, why people wore fish on their feet (bleeugh!),  and which king picked his nose and never washed his hands. Also find out the gruesome truth about ghastly Guy Fawkes, tragic tales of women accused of witchcraft, and the ever-present threat of the perilous plague! The Stuarts have never been so sickening!

ISBN: 978 1407 13921 0. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Savage Stone Age Savage Stone Age
Discover all the facts about the Savage Stone Age such as what they used instead of toilet paper, why a hole in the skull is good for headaches and how to make a Stone Age mummy.

ISBN: 978 1407 13922 7. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Groovy GreeksGroovy Greeks
Readers can discover all the foul facts about the Groovy Greeks, including why girls ran about naked pretending to be bears, who had the world's first flushing toilet and why dedicated doctors tasted their patients' ear wax!

ISBN: 978 1407 13582 3. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Cut-throat CeltsCut-throat Celts
Discover the wild warriors who fought the Roman army with swords and spears while collecting human heads! If this bloodthirsty book's not nasty enough for you, you must be a cut-throat Celt yourself!

ISBN: 978 1407 13920 3. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Frightful First World War by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin BrownFrightful First World War
Discover all the foul facts about the Frightful First World War, including what the 'Fat King' did with food scraps and dead horses, how sniffing your own pee could save your life in a gas attack and why a pair of old socks gave away top German secrets.

ISBN: 978 1407 13891 6. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Woeful Second World War by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin Brown Woeful Second World War
If you ever feel like moaning on about the world today, just think of how woeful things used to be back in World War II. When Hitler's horrid army were goose-stepping round the globe, nearly everything in Europe was totally AWFUL! Read on to discover what happened when an elephant got loose in the blackout , why wearing white knickers could kill you and sweet rationing driving kids (and teachers) mad.

ISBN: 978 1407 13581 6. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Vicious Vikings by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin Brown Vicious Vikings
The Vikings were fearsome seafaring warriors with big boats, big shields and enormous ginger beards. This much you probably know. But do you know why the vicious Vikings had names like Fat-thighs, Oaf and Stinking? Or which Viking god dressed up as a woman? Read on for hordes of frightening facts about these vile invaders and their savage Saxon enemies!

ISBN: 978 1407 13579 3. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Vile Victorians by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin BrownVile Victorians
Queen Victoria was the ultimate Victorian, and she was not amused. Luckily you will be splitting your sides as you discover how disgusting the Victorians really were. They may have looked all prim and proper, but they were a jolly naughty bunch. Lots of Victorians could be vicious and violent and villainous - VILE, in fact. So read on to see what terrible tricks Victorian urchins played on posh people, how some Victorians made money from dead bodies and the nasty things Victorians did to children. Plus you can discover the vile names Victorian kids were called, taste some rotten Victorian recipes and try out some terrible tests. History has never been so horrible!

ISBN: 978 1407 13580 9. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Annual 2014Horrible Histories Annual 2014
The Horrible Histories Annual 2014 is a must-have for all Horrible Histories fans. Packed with foul facts, gory games, dreadful jokes and putrid puzzles - it's the annual with rat-itude!

ISBN: 978 1407 13636 3. Hardback. £7.99

 
 
Deadly Days in History Deadly Days in History
Think you know all the horrible facts of history? Take a whirlwind tour through the most dreadful, disastrous and deadly days in the whole of horrible history with this brand new title in the Horrible Histories series. All the gory bits from the grim Great Fire of Rome to the vile St Valentine’s Day Massacre have been left in.

ISBN: 978 1407 12145 1. Hardback. £12.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Measly Middle AgesMeasly Middle Ages
What on earth happened in the measly Middle Ages? Well... lots of really rotten things, actually! In the Middle Ages, the world was full of wild women, mad monks, naughty knights and crazy kings and queens! So read on if you want to know... * a genuine jester's joke * why chickens had their bottoms shaved * what ten-year-old treacle was used for Plus, you can find out all about miserable Medieval monks, the dreaded Black Death, and schools that really knew how to make the kids suffer! And there are gruesome games and revolting recipes to try at home as well!

ISBN: 978 1407 13576 2. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Rotten RomansRotten Romans
When your teachers drone on about the Romans, I bet they don't tell you how REALLY ROTTEN they were! In their enormous Empire, the ruthless Romans learned all about bossing people about... while inventing tons of terrible tortures for people who didn't do what they said! So grab this book to read all about their beastly battles, gruesome gods and marvellous myths. And if you're feeling really brave, you can also find out... * What Roman soldiers wore under their kilts * Why rich Romans needed a vomitorium * How their deadly doctors were more likely to kill you than cure you * How to tell the future using a dead chicken It's the real story of the rotten Romans... for those who can stomach it!

ISBN: 978 1407 13577 9. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Awful EgyptiansAwful Egyptians
Think you would have liked being an Ancient Egyptian? Not after you've read this book! Discover the disgusting details of their groovy gods, their potty pyramids and (of course!) their mad mummies. Find out how a hunted hippo got his own back on a foul pharaoh! Discover the truth about cool queen Cleo and the curse of Tutankhaumun! There's also a Top Ten of funny pharaohs, a Mad Mummies quiz and lots of foul facts about the messy mistakes the Egyptians made before becoming mummy-making experts. History has never been so horrible!

ISBN: 978 1407 13575 5. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Terrifying TudorsTerrifying Tudors
Do you like your history horrifying? Then the Terrifying Tudors will tantalise you! Shudder at the mad Tudor monarchs and their suffering subjects, who were always losing their heads. Discover what Tudors did in the good times and the gory times, from their great goose fairs and foul festivals to the terrible tricks of their ruthless royal family. It's history with even more nasty bits left in!

ISBN: 978 1407 13578 6. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Horrible Christmas (2012) by Terry Deary Horrible Christmas (2012)
HORRIBLE CHRISTMAS is filled with all the festive facts every HORRIBLE HISTORIES reader wanted to know, but were too stuffed full of mince pies to ask! The complete horrible history of Christmas, from the dark days when the Puritans tried to abolish Christmas, to Christmas in the trenches when the British and Germans traded bullets for footballs. Plus dreadful jokes, rotten recipes, and a Christmas quiz!

ISBN: 978 1407 13496 3. NS – Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Annual 2013 by Terry Deary, with illustrations by Martin Brown Horrible Histories Annual 2013
THE HORRIBLE HISTORIES ANNUAL 2013 is a must-have for all Horrible Histories fans. Packed with foul facts, gory games, dreadful jokes and putrid puzzles, plus content from Horrible Histories TV and the virtual world - it's the annual with rat-itude!

ISBN: 978 1407 13270 9. Hardback. £7.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Cruel Crime
Terry DearyCruel Crime
History gets even more horrible when you're on the wrong side of the law! From villainous vices to dark dungeons and cruel convict ships sailing to Australia, get the whole horrible story of crime and punishment in the past! Find out who was sentenced to death by coffee, where you could be whipped for flying a kite, and why a cockerel was burnt at the stake. Discover the truth about brutal school beatings, test the wits of your local policeman - and see if you can escape a brutal beheading in the Tower of London game! It's history with the nasty bits left in!

ISBN: 978 1407 13465 9. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Horrible History of Britain and Ireland by Terry Deary with illustrations from Martin BrownHorrible History of Britain and Ireland
At last, Terry Deary turns his hand to the blood-curdling HORRIBLE HISTORY OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND! All the foul facts from the murky pasts of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales revealed in full colour. It's an adventure packed with romance, war, murder and gore that begins around 300,000 BC and ends circa now. Taking in such horrible highlights as the Black Death, the Battle of Culloden, and the London of Jack the Ripper. Readers can discover all the dreadful deeds that made Britain not so great.

ISBN: 978 1407 12410 0. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Horrible Christmas 2011 by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin BrownHorrible Christmas 2011
History with the nasty bits left in!

This book supplies all the festive facts every Horrible Histories reader wanted to know, but were too stuffed full of mince pies to ask! Includes foul but festive food, cruel Yule disasters and seasonal stories to dens a shiver down every reader’s spine. From the dark days when the Puritans tried to abolish Christmas, to Christmas in the trenches when the British and Germans traded bullets for footballs. Taking in the first crackers, Christmas trees and a recipe for umble pie along the way.

Horrible Histories TV series is a smash hit on CBBC winning three BAFTAS and a British Comedy Award!

Horrible Histories Virtual World launches June 2011. Find out more at www.horrible-histories.co.uk

ISBN: 978 1407 13033 0. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Who’s Horrible in History by Terry Deary, Illustrated by Martin BrownWho’s Horrible in History
A Who’s Who - with a terrible twist!

Starring the fifty foulest people of all time, this lurid line-up of crazy criminals, wicked women, manic monarchs and ruthless rulers is the first of its kind! From awful assassins to gruesome grave-robbers and the beastly "Blood Countess", meet history's most merciless miscreants and murderers in this laugh-out-loud compendium. It's stuffed with putrid profiles, cool cartoons, nasty newspaper articles, despicable diary entries and "Sticky End" fact files. Beware! You won't find any kind, thoughtful, caring, boring people listed here. Only fantastically foul, awesomely evil, totally HORRIBLE ones!

ISBN: 978 1407 11688 4. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Annual 2012 by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin BrownHorrible Histories Annual 2012
Packed with the classic barmy blend of foul facts, cartoon strips, stories, jokes, activities and puzzles, the 2012 Annual includes a whole heap of nasty bits.
A must-have for all fans of the series, it’s guaranteed to keep boredom at bay for another year.

ISBN: 978 1407 12963 1. Hardback. £7.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Wicked Words by Terry DearyWicked Words
What do you say if someone calls you mundungus, hackum or Jabbernowl?! Kids will love learning to get their revenge with some really wicked words - even English teachers will be speechless!

In 'Wicked Words', Terry Deary runs riot through the horrible history of the English language. Words have never been so horrible!

ISBN: 978 1407 11193 3. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: 20th Century by Terry Deary20th Century
Horrible Histories takes readers bang up-to-date with the terrible 'Twentieth Century'.

Readers will love to find out all the most rotten recent history, from the last days of the vile Victorian queen right up to the nostalgic Nineties, and all the amazing changes and incredible inventions that happened in between!

ISBN: 978 1407 11192 6. Paperback. £7.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Rowdy Revolutions by Terry DearyRowdy Revolutions
Which Chinese emperor was overthrown by his mum? And what was Count Dracula REALLY like?

Readers will delight in discovering all the dreadful detail about the gruesome guillotine in the French Revolution, meeting the legendary leaders like Leon Trotsky, and getting terrible tips on how to plan their own rowdy revolution.

ISBN: 978 1407 11191 9. Paperback. £7.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Rotten Rulers by Terry DearyRotten Rulers
Rotten Rulers gives readers the lowdown on the world's most loathsome leaders. From bizarre tsars and evil emperors to crazy kings and queens, people all around the world have suffered at the hands of their rulers for centuries. Whether they're nutty or nasty, fat or foul, those in charge rarely get it right.

History has never been so horrible!

ISBN: 978 1407 11190 2. Paperback. £7.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Vile Villains by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin Brown Vile Villains
by illustrated by Martin Brown

From gangs of gangsters to maniacs who massacre, readers can meet the biggest baddies in history and discover how they tortured and terrified their way to the top. History has never been so horrible!

ISBN: 978 1407 11752 2. Large Format Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Terrible Trenches by Terry Deary, illustrated by Martin BrownTerrible Trenches
illustrated by Martin Brown

From foul food to legions of lice, Horrible Histories fans can discover life in the trenches from both sides of the barbed wire. The indispensable guide to terrible trenches in large format blood-curdling colour.

ISBN: 978 1407 11751 5. Large Format Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Spies Terry Deary, illustrated by Mike Phillips Spies
illustrated by Mike Phillips

It's history with the nasty bits left in!
From dastardly disguises to cracking codes - Horrible Histories fans can discover if they have the stuff secret agents are made of. The indispensable guide to secret spies in large format blood-curdling colour.

ISBN: 9781407117508. Large Format Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Knights - A High-Speed History by Terry Deary, illustrated by Dave SmithKnights - A High-Speed History
illustrated by Dave Smith

The long and complicated story of Knights is told as never before - without being long or complicated! Ten comic-strip capers deliver all the dreadful details from that supposedly chivalrous era. History has never been so speedy.

ISBN: 978 1407 11187 2. Paperback. £6.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Annual 2011 by Terry Deary and Martin BrownHorrible Histories Annual 2011
The Horrible Histories annual is back, busting holiday boredom yet again! Filled with treacherous tyrants, brutal buccaneers, evil emperors and violent villains, it's full of foul folk you wouldn't want to meet in a dark alley - but who are great to read about on a dark winter's night. From the awesome Ancient World to the monstrous Middle Ages, and from the sinister 1700s to the terrible 20th Century, discover the beastliest battles, the deadliest diseases and the rowdiest revolutions. There's enough horrid stuff in here to make you howl with glee - but aren't you lucky that you live in the not-so-nasty now?

ISBN: 978 1407 12029 4. Hardback. £7.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Knights by Terry Deary Knights
Forget the fairy tales from days of old when knights were supposed to be bold and damsels were always in distress, and brace themselves for the terrible truth about the cold-blooded killers. From Arthur and his mythical knights to warrior kings and cruel crusades there are foul facts on a whole host of knasty knights plus dire details of the weapons they used and the rotten rules of knight fights.

ISBN: 978 1407 11469 9. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Pirates by Terry Deary Pirates
You can decide who was the baddest of the bunch in the top ten of putrid pirates, discover why the women pirates were just as wicked as the men and learn to talk the patter of a pirate.

ISBN: 978 1407 11468 2. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Warriors by Terry Deary Warriors
From nasty Norseman and head-hunting Celts, to hated hooligan Huns and sword-swishing Samurai, Terry Deary dishes the dirt on wicked warriors and their bloody-thirsty battles. Find out whose savage stallion liked to munch on human flesh and why ninja poo was a deadly weapon.

ISBN: 978 1407 11467 5. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Witches by Terry Deary Witches
The truth is revealed behind pointy hats and black cats, and other idiotic ideas about witchcraft. Full of foul facts including which magic word was used to zap zits and the terrible torture inflicted by a turca.

ISBN: 978 1407 11466 8. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Dublin by Mike PhillipsDublin
by Mike Phillips

Want to know: Whose head was put in a pot and pickled? Why the mayor of Dublin put his mum in prison? Which Irish King led his men to battle ... from his bath? Plot your path to the past with the frightful full-colour map – picnic with pirates at St Stephen's Green and creep around the cruel cathedrals.

ISBN: 978 1407 11071 4. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Special: EdinburghEdinburgh
by Mike Phillips

Want to know: Whose pickled skin became a sought-after souvenir? Why it's alright to spit on the High Street? How the pupils of Edinburgh High School got away with murder? Plot your path to the past with a frightful full-colour map of the city's horrible highlights - climb up the cursed castle for tales of reckless raids and hit the High Street for a whole host of historical horrors!

ISBN: 978 1407 11097 4. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories Collections: Oxford by Terry DearyOxford
by Martin Brown

Want to know: What a liripoop is? Which potty professor liked to walk like a dinosaur? What's buried beneath the botanical gardens? Plot your path to the past with the frightful fold-out map of the city - take a punt past corpse-ridden Christchurch and go skeleton-spotting at the cruel and crumbling castle.

ISBN: 978 1407 11077 6. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: London by Martin Brown London
by Martin Brown

Want to know: What caused the Great Stink of 1858? Why the flying dustmen were feared? Who ate a tosher for tea? Plot your path to the past with the frightful full-colour map – take a trip to the terrifying Tower and dip into the River Thames (London's largest toilet!).

ISBN: 978 1407 10423 2. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Stratford-upon-Avon by Terry DearyStratford-upon-Avon
by Mike Phillips

Want to know: The rules of the Olympic sport of shin-kicking? Why locals like to lob cheese in the river? Which of Shakespeare's characters was baked in a pie? Plot your path to the past with the frightful full-colour map - pay your respects at the playwright's grave, then brave spooky Sheep Street, home of an awful axe man, a weird witch and possibly the most haunted house in England.

ISBN: 978 1407 11078 3. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: York by Terry DearyYork
by Mike Phillips

Want to know: Why Ivar ended up boneless? What made a three-legged mare so terrifying? Why eating too many sproggs will get you a bazzerkin? Plot your path to the past with the frightful full-colour map - meet at the Minster, the home of battling bishops, amble through the blood-soaked Shambles and then climb the Micklegate, where so many traitors headed off!

ISBN: 978 1407 11079 0. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Who's Horrible in History by Terry DearyWho's Horrible in History
Stories, newspaper articles, diary entries and fact files reveal just who put the horrible in history, from rotten rebels to wicked women.

ISBN: 978 1407 10789 9. Hardback. £12.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Horribly Huge Book of Terrible TudorsHorribly Huge Book of Terrible Tudors
A horribly huge book of nasty bits that's just bursting with foul facts. Readers can find out why Henry VIII thought he'd married a horse, or why Elizabeth I enjoyed visiting new toilets - and get stuck in to tons of wicked word games, killer quizzes and stacks of savage stickers. With all those mad Tudor monarchs and evil executioners now bigger than ever before, it's all the gore and so much more.

ISBN: 978 1407 11090 5. Paperback. £9.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Groovy Greeks/Percy Jackson by Terry Deary, Rick Riordan Horrible Histories: Groovy Greeks/Percy Jackson
by Terry Deary, Rick Riordan

Two books in one! When you’ve discovered all the foul facts about the Groovy Greeks, flip the book over to read a Percy Jackson mini adventure. A winning combo for World Book Day!

www.worldbookday.com

ISBN: 978 0955 94468 0. Paperback. £1.00

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Ruthless RomansRuthless Romans
The grim truth behind the greatest empire of all time is revealed - from the terrible twins who founded Rome to the evil emperors who made murder a sport. Find out which emperor enjoyed eating camel's heels and the name of the Roman goddess of door hinges. History with the nasty bits left in!

ISBN: 978 1407 10424 9. Paperback. £5.99

www.horrible-histories.co.uk

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Incredible Incas The Incredible Incas
It's history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know:
• Why llamas wore earrings and drank beer?
• How a bucket of stewed pee can make you beautiful?
• Why servants ate the emperor's hair?
Discover all the foul facts about the Incredible Incas - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10427 0. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Angry Aztecs The Angry Aztecs
It’s history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know:
• Why the Aztecs liked to eat scum?
• When the world is going to end?
• How to play a really violent ball game?
Discover all the foul facts about the Angry Aztecs – all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10425 6. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Villanious VictoriansVillainous Victorians
It’s history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know:
• Why burglars were scared of bogies?
• Which poet said he ate an ape?
• How a snick fadger might kiddy-nap your spangle?
Discover all the foul facts about the Villainous Victorians – all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10431 7. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Barmy British Empire Barmy British Empire
It's history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know:
• How a war started when a Brit insisted on sitting on a stool?
• Who wore a necklace made of 50 human skulls?
• Why a Brit soldier used his own coffin as a wardrobe?
Discover all the foul facts about the Barmy British Empire - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10421 8. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Gorgeous Georgians The Gorgeous Georgians
The next title in the hugely successful series to get a marvellous make-over. With a bold new cover look and a heap of extra horrible bits at the back of the book, these best-selling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans.

ISBN: 978 1407 10419 5. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Stormin' Normans (new edition) by Terry DearyThe Stormin' Normans
Want to know:
Why Norman knights slept with a dolly?
Which pirate hung up his eye-patch and became a saint?
Why Crusader ships were defended with barrels of pee?

This book lets you discover all the foul facts about the "Stormin' Normans" - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10430 0. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Smashing SaxonsThe Smashing Saxons
Want to know:
• who got cow pats as Christmas presents?
• why wearing a pig on your head is lucky?
• how to make a dead Saxon happy?

Discover all the foul facts about the Smashing Saxons - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10418 8. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Blitzed Brits The Blitzed Brits
It's history with the nasty bits left in!
Want to know: What really happened in Dad's Army? How to make a rude noise with a gas mask? Why the blitzed Brits ate chicken-fruit, sinkers and nutty?
Discover all the foul facts about the Blitzed Brits - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 1407 10343 3. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Awesome Egyptians Awesome Egyptians
It's history with the nasty bits left in!

Want to know:
• Which king had the worst blackheads?
• Why some kings had to wear false beards?
• Why the peasants were revolting?

Discover all the foul facts about the Awesome Egyptians - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 0439 94403 8. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: The Terrible Tudors Terrible Tudors
Want to know:
• Why Henry VIII thought he'd married a horse?
• All about terrible Tudor torture?
• Which shocking swear words the Tudors used?

Discover all the foul facts about the Terrible Tudors - all the gore and more!

ISBN: 978 0439 94405 2. Paperback. £5.99

 
 
Horrible Histories: Loathsome LondonLoathsome London
The nasty bits of London's glorious and goriest history - from early Roman Londinium to the blasting by the Blitz. Terry Deary revisits all the old favourites: Romans, Saxons, Normans, Tudors, Stuarts; all in one book!

ISBN: 978 0439 95900 1. Paperback. £5.99

 

 
 
Horrible Histories: Even More Terrible Tudors Even More Terrible Tudors

ISBN: 978 0590 11254 3. Paperback. £5.99

 
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