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Terry Deary - Wicked Words
Readers can discover all the foul facts about WICKED WORDS, including how to be very rude ...without anybody knowing, some murky Medieval jokes and what to say if someone calls you mundungus, hackum or Jabbernowl. With a bold, accessible new look and a heap of extra-horrible bits, these bestselling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans.
Terry Deary - Martin Brown - Loathsome 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!
Terry Deary - Dangerous Days in the Roman Empire
DANGEROUS DAYS IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE is the first in a new adult series by Terry Deary, the author of the hugely bestselling Horrible Histories, popular among children for their disgusting details, gory information and sharp wit, and among adults for engaging children (and themselves) with history. The Romans have long been held up as one of the first 'civilised' societies, and yet in fact they were capable of immense cruelty. Not only that, but they made the killing of humans into a sport. The spoiled emperors were the perpetrators (and sometimes the victims) of some imaginative murders. DANGEROUS DAYS IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE will include some of the violent ways to visit the Elysian Fields (i.e. death) including: animal attack in the Coliseum; being thrown from the Tarpeian Rock - 370 deserters in 214 AD alone (or if the emperor didn't like your poetry); by volcanic eruption from Vesuvius; by kicking (Nero's fatal quarrel with the Empress Poppea); from poison mushrooms (Claudius); by great fires; torturous tarring; flogging to death; boiling lead (the invention of 'kind' Emperor Constantine); or being skinned alive by invading barbarians. DANGEROUS DAYS IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE looks at the back-story leading up to the victims' deaths, and in doing so gives the general reader a concise history of a frequently misunderstood era.
Terry Deary - A kegyetlen világ krónikája
Történelem, a szaftosabb részeket sem elhallgatva! A kegyetlen világ krónikája az emberiség visszataszító, izgalmas történetét mutatja be az agyvelővedelő Neander-völgyi embertől kezdve egészen a huszadik század megfélemlített tinédzser katonájáig - s mindezt a legpompásabb és legvéresebb színekben.
Terry Deary - Dublin
HORRIBLE HISTORIES GRUESOME GUIDES: DUBLIN takes his readers on a gore-tastic tour of the streets of Dublin, exposing all of its most scurrilous secrets. With the frightful full-colour map tourists can plot their path to the past - picnic with pirates at St Stephen's Green, creep around the cruel cathedrals and then head to dreadful Dublin castle. Torture, traitors and cut-throat Irish chieftains, it's a trip no Horrible Histories fan will want to miss!
Terry Deary - Angry Aztecs
Fills you in on the foulest facts about Motecuhzoma, Cuahtemoc, and other people with unpronounceable names, whose idea of run was ripping out human hearts. Tells of Mayan mysteries, sacrifices, a suffering slave's diary. Find out about powerful priests, weird warriors, and cunning Conquistadors -- who made the Aztecs very angry indeed.
Terry Deary - Frightful First World War
Why did a pair of old socks give away top German secrets? Why could sniffing your own pee save your life in a gas attack? What did the “Fat King” do with food scraps and dead horses? Discover all the foul facts about the Frightful First World War — all the gore and more!
Terry Deary - The Plot on the Pyramid
The Great Pyramid is a lively place to work. The only irritation is Antef, the fussy, bullisome supervisor who makes everyone feel more like slaves than free workers: so much so that they end up going on strike to protest against him! When Antef disappears, the workers are blamed. The only witness is Dafia, but she stays silent to protect her father. However, she decides to come up with a plan to clear the men's names, and the only way to do that is to prove that Antef is alive. But how?
Terry Deary - The Horrible History of the World
THE HORRIBLE HISTORY OF THE WORLD presents the foul but fascinating story of humans from brain-nibbling Neanderthals to terrified teenage soldiers in the twentieth century. Readers can discover why Alexander the Great banned beards, what smelly sport was played by samurai warriors and who tried to bump off her enemies with a cake made with poisoned bath-water. It's all you ever need to know about the wicked world - all the gore and more!
Terry Deary - Wales
Readers can discover all the foul facts about WALES, including why Druids split humans in half, how the Normans outwitted the Welsh with a lump of ham and how an army of Welsh mums fought off the French once and for all. With a bold, accessible new look and a heap of extra-horrible bits, these bestselling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans.
Terry Deary - Ireland
Readers can discover all the foul facts about Ireland, including why wax models were captured and made Prisoners of War, which warriors went to battle naked, and how to make yourself invisible. With a bold, accessible new look and a heap of extra-horrible bits, these bestselling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans.
Terry Deary - 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 - it's the annual with rat-itude
Terry Deary - Terrifying Tudors Sticker Activity Book
A new series of Horrible Histories sticker activity books, crammed with quick quizzes, foul facts and putrid pictures, the Horrible Histories Sticker Activity Book: Terrifying Tudors covers all things horrible in Tudor Britain. With over 200 savage stickers, explore the Tudor family's rotten reign. Shudder at the mad monarchs, dress up Rattus with the garish garments and keep fit with Tudor football. Be careful to keep on the right side of Henry VIII though, or you might end up on the chopping block!
Terry Deary - The Rotten Romans
Go back into the really rotten times of the Romans, where there were beastly battles, deadly doctors and marvellous myths. Discover what Roman soldiers wore under their kilts, how ancient Britons got their hair nice and spikey and why rich Romans needed a vomitorium. History with the nasty bits left in!
Terry Deary - Villains
From gangs of gangsters to maniacs who massacre, meet the biggest baddies in history and discover how they tortured and terrifie their way to the top. Want to know: Whose savage speciality was nostril-splitting? Which evil emperor served up guts in goldishes? Whose axe-murdering antics were turned into a ballet? It's all you need to know about Villains - all the gore and more.
Terry Deary - Terrifying Tudors
Take a look at the mad Tudor monarchs and their suffering subjects - who just couldn't help losing their heads. Discover who invited Queen Lizzie to visit his brand new toilet and what you get when you sew the front of a chicken to the back of a pig. History with the nasty bits left in!
Terry Deary - Edinburgh
History has never been so horrible, find out about: whose picked skin became a sought-after souvenier? - 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 the frightful fold-out map of the city - climb up to the cursed castle for tales of reckless raids, hit the High Street for a whole host of historical horrors and visit Holyroodhouse, the home of kidnapped kings and mysterious murders.
Terry Deary - Romeo and Juliet
Down at the theatre, Sam is about to star in Shakespeare's new play, Romeo and Juliet, but people are whispering that a plague is spreading through the city. Will Sam get his big break or will the plague shut down the theatre? Meanwhile, on stage, Romeo and Juliet are in love but their families can't stand each other. With plots and poison, the lovers must find a way to be together. Terry Deary's Shakespeare Tales explore the fascinating world of William Shakespeare through the eyes of children who could have lived at the time. Join master storyteller Terry Deary for a trip back in time to plague ridden-London were going to the theatre could be a matter of life or death! This edition features notes for the reader to help extend learning and exploration of the historical period.
Terry Deary - Horrible Histories 25th Anniversary Yearbook
Where can you find all the horrible people from history in one place? In Horrible Histories 25th Anniversary Yearbook, of course! You won't find awards for high achievers or prizes for perfect prefects here. This is a Horrible Histories yearbook, with a horrible twist. Meet the class of 1066, discover which king won the prize for worst attendance and find out about some of the vilest villains who ever lived. To celebrate 25 horrible years, Horrible Histories bring you a gruesome, grisly and downright terrifying yearbook featuring awesome activities, foul facts, gory games and much, much more. Celebrating 25 years of Horrible Histories - the original and the best!
Terry Deary - Rotten Rulers
Readers can discover all the foul facts about Rotten Rulers, including who gave the job of high priest to a donkey, who choked to heath while eating a crow and who celebrated victory by eating his enemy's head? With a bold, accessible new look and a heap of extra-horrible bits, these bestselling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans.
Terry Deary - Witches
The nasty bits at your fingertips! Discover the truth behind the pointy hats and black cats, and other idiotic ideas about witchcraft, and brace yourself for foul facts about the evil executions the poor people suffered. Want to know: \* which magic word was used to zap zits? \* why people were paid to prick a witch? \* the terrible torture inflicted by a turca? Everything you need to know about Witches \- all the gore and more!
Terry Deary - This is a Horrible Book of Foul Facts
This is a Horrible Book of Foul Facts serves up all the dreadful details of horrible history you'll ever need to know - from rotten Roman graffiti to terrible teacher tortures and rude royal nicknames, the foul facts are all inside. Want to know: the crushing details about execution by elephant? How to soften your skin Georgian-style, using the skins of puppies? Whose idea of a top treat was mashed deer tongues? Whether you're desperate to discover which famous rulers were left-handed, raring to read about the top ten dogs of all time, or just aching to ask about assassinating apes, then this book is for you. History has never been so horrible!
Terry Deary - This is a Horrible Colouring Book
History can be horrible - especially when you get into the grisly details. And this colouring book is no different. There will be no need for 'buttercup yellows' or 'sky blues' in this book. More like 'blood-stained browns' or 'revolting reds'. From the rotten rituals of the Egyptians to the cruel crimes of Blackbeard, this colouring book is a terrible trip through history, with all the gore and more. Packed full of pirates to paint, Colloseums to colour and evil Incas to illustrate, this is a colouring book - but not as you know it.
Terry Deary - Put Out The Light
It s 1940 and war is underway. In Sheffield, England, a brother and sister set out to solve a mystery, brazenly believing that the air-raid signals are only false alarms. In Dachau, Germany, two boys come up with a bold plan to bring an end to the war and help a Polish prisoner escape. But when the bombs falling on Sheffield become a reality, and the German boys plan hurls them unwittingly into the midst of the action, the children's adventures swiftly become a terrifying fight to survive.
Terry Deary - Peter Hepplewhite - 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!
Terry Deary - France
Readers can discover all the foul facts about France, including which king thought he was made of glass, why French bread was once made from broken tiles and bricks and how to play hopscotch like a French highwayman. With a bold look these bestselling titles are sure to be a huge hit with yet another generation of Terry Deary fans.
Terry Deary - Macbeth
Orphaned pot-girl Mary has buckets of stage blood to clear up under the horrible gaze of Master 'Foulbrew'. Can she find a way to escape her revolting master? Meanwhile, on stage, Lady Macbeth wants to be queen but old King Duncan is on the throne. The witches say Lord Macbeth will rule, so ghosts, treason, and blood are bound to follow. Terry Deary's Shakespeare Tales explore the fascinating world of William Shakespeare through the eyes of children who could have lived at the time. Join master storyteller Terry Deary for a trip back in time to Shakespeare's England and a gripping adventure. This edition features notes for the reader to help extend learning and exploration of the historical period.
Terry Deary - Neil Tonge - The Terrible Tudors
History with the nasty bits left in! The Terrible Tudors gives you alI the grizzly details of Tudor life for everyone - from cruel kings and queens, to poor peasants and common criminals. Want to know: • some terrible Tudor swear words? • about terrible Tudor torture? • why Henry VIlI thought he'd married a horse? Read on to find some foul facts, some horrendous beheadings, a mysterious murder, some curious quizzes and gruesome games. History has never been so horrible!
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