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by Terry Deary

eBook Awful Egyptians (Horrible Histories) download ISBN: 1407104209
Author: Terry Deary
Publisher: Scholastic; New Ed edition (November 3, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 144
ePub: 1674 kb
Fb2: 1670 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Previously Horrible Histories Cities Some Horrible Histories have been based around a particular city, rather than a nation or a specific time period

Previously Horrible Histories Cities Some Horrible Histories have been based around a particular city, rather than a nation or a specific time period. They also have a map when the front cover is folded out, and explain some structures in the city when the back cover is folded out. Therefore, many people consider them to be a sub-series as well.

Terry Deary (born 4 March 1946, Sunderland) is a children's author now living in Burnhope, County Durham, England. A former actor, theatre-director and drama teacher, Deary says he began writing when he was 29. Most famously, he is one of the authors of the Horrible Histories series of books popular among children for their disgusting details, gory information and humorous pictures and among adults for getting children interested in history.

Terry Deary (Author). Book 21 of 11 in the Horrible Histories Series.

Horrible Histories has been filling heads with foul facts since 1993. New! Awful Egyptians. Savage Stone Age. Terry Deary. Join in all the awful action and grisly details with these interactive beastly books. Sticker activity books. Stuffed with stickers, puzzles, games, activities and foul facts - and one special with an awesome 3-metre pull-out timeline! Gruesome guides to british cities.

Awful Egyptians book. Terry Deary returns to one of the most popular of the Horrible Histories topics and reveals more disgusting details about the awesome ancients, their groovy gods, potty pyramids and of course, their mad mummies. Readers can find out how a hunted hippo got his own back on a phoul pharaoh and discover the truth about the cool queen Cleo and the curse of Tutankhaumun.

How on earth did people who worshipped dung beetles manage to build the awesome pyramids? Find out in this grim guide to the awful Egyptians! In this series.

Horrible Histories author, Terry Deary, says his . His first book, The Terrible Tudors and The Awesome Egyptians, was published in 1993 and since then he has written more than 60 children's.

Horrible Histories author, Terry Deary, says his book series has "naturally come to an end" after 20 years of writing the popular children's books. Popular children's book series, Horrible Histories, is to end after 20 years according to author Terry Deary. His first book, The Terrible Tudors and The Awesome Egyptians, was published in 1993 and since then he has written more than 60 children's books. Illustrated by Australian artist Martin Brown, the series details the gory and disgusting side of history, such as how England's Tudors boiled some prisoners alive.

Previously Horrible Histories Cities Some Horrible Histories have been based around a particular city, rather than a nation or a specific time period

Previously Horrible Histories Cities Some Horrible Histories have been based around a particular city, rather than a nation or a specific time period.

Step back to an awfully ancient time when pharaohs were phoul, servants suffered and everyone believed in an awesome afterlife. Discover the dire details of mummy-making, the truth about Tutankhamun and his creepy curse and find out why people worshipped a dung beetle. History with the nasty bits left in! 2013 is HORRIBLE HISTORIES twentieth anniversary.Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 11/3/2008Pages: 144
Comments: (7)
Kitaxe
My kids were too grossed out by this book to continue reading it. Maybe for older boys but my girls didn't like this at all. It seemed to focus on the worst parts of the civilization. I understand that all civilizations have their good and bad, I just like books that portray both sides better. Info is accurate and writing is good, just the content was negative in my opinion.
Malaris
Love Egyptians, love humor. Great books. The videos are better, in my opinion, buti keep a bunch of these around for extra reading in my classroom.
Zbr
These books are perfect for teenagers who are interested in history but want more information than just times and dates.
Andromathris
Nice bathroom reader for adults but would be put to better use by getting your younger children into the "fun" stuff in history.
Still In Mind
My son loves the horrible history books and will continue to buy them when more are released (hoping more will be released)
Uaha
My child loves to learn about history, especially Egypt. He is only five so this sticker book was great for him and it wasn't too horrible for a horrible histories book :)
Steel balls
My son says this series are the best history books ever!
I bought this for homeschooling my early elementary child. It is definitely for an older kid. It's funny and I'm sure he will enjoy it when he is older, but it's not really a stand alone history book. Definitely for use AFTER your kid understand the basics of the era, then it could add to the enjoyment of learning history.