Horrible Histories TV and Book series

Blitz (Horrible Histories) [Paperback]
Blitz (Horrible Histories) [Paperback], Terry Deary (Author), Mike Phillips (Illustrator)

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2011 (Horrible Histories) [Hardcover]

2011 (Horrible Histories) [Hardcover]

Packed with a barmy blend of foul facts, cartoon strips, stories, jokes, activities and puzzles, the 2011 Annual includes a whole heap of nasty bits from the smash-hit CBBC TV series, including Rattus Rattus, Stupid Deaths and The News at When. A must-have for all fans of the series, it's guaranteed to keep boredom at bayor another year.

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What is Horrible Histories?

Horrible Histories is a series of history books released in the United Kingdom by the book publisher Scholastic. The books are written by Terry Deary, Peter Hepplewhite and Neil Tonge and illustrated by Martin Brown, Mike Phillips and Philip Reeve. They have sold over 10 million copies and have been translated into 37 languages.

Recently, the BBC - on the children's channel CBeebies, broadcast two new television series between April 2009 and July 2010. Due to the success of Horrible Histories - a third series is planned for 2011.

Most Popular: The Awesome Egyptians

The Awesome Egyptians

In The Awesome Egyptians the persistent delving into the toilet of history by author Terry Deary and cohort Peter Hepplewhite leaves no stone - or rather, Pyramid - unturned in this hilariously vile Horrible History.

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The Terrible Tudors (18th June 1993)

The Terrible Tudors (Horrible Histories) by Terry Deary, Neil Tonge, and Martin Brown
The Terrible Tudors (Horrible Histories) by Terry Deary, Neil Tonge, and Martin Brown

Publisher: Hippo, 1993
ISBN: 0590552902, 9780590552905
Length: 127 pages

The Terrible Tudors was the first book in the series and were originally published in 1993.

A good introduction to history

"This book is, contrary to some views, a very good read. It is designed to make learning about the "Terrible" Tudors fun, and it achieves this with flying colours.", KTS

A fun and very knowledgeable book

"I found this book very easy to read. It's one of those books you can open any page and just start reading-it kept me happy for hours! It also has very useful and useless facts. It's all put in a very funny and readable style of writing.", by Moggy aged 9

Horrible Histories DVDs

Horrible Histories has been released onto DVD - see here for a complete list of "Horrible Histories on DVD and Blu-ray.

Horrible Histories - Series 1 [DVD]
Horrible Histories - Series 1 [DVD]
Horrible Histories - 26 Groovy Episodes [2005] [DVD]
Horrible Histories - 26 Groovy Episodes [2005] [DVD]
Horrible Histories - Terrible Tudors [DVD] [2005]
Horrible Histories - Terrible Tudors [DVD] [2005]
Horrible Histories - Rotten Romans [DVD] [2005]
Horrible Histories - Rotten Romans [DVD] [2005]

Horrible Histories: Blood-Curdling Box [Box set] [Paperback]

Horrible Histories: Blood-Curdling Box [Box set] [Paperback]

All the foul favourites from the Horrible Histories series presented in a blood-curdling box with flip-top lid. Contains twenty books and includes the Rotten Romans, Terrible Tudors and Awesome Egyptians.

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