Horrible Histories Special Set, Assorted
Product informationPlease note: there are two packs available in this assortment and unfortunately it is not possible to request which one you would prefer, so please allow us to pick one on your behalf. The Awesome Egyptian Special Set contains: Horus Protector of Pharaoh, 2 Peasants with removable armour and weapons, a flying pig and a game card. The Rotten Roman Special Set contains: Roman Centurion Commander of Troops, 2 Soldiers with removable armour and weapons, a flying pig and a game card.
- Worlds Apart
- Eligible for International Delivery
- Suitable From
- 6 years
- History and Geography
- Not suitable for children under 3 years
First starting as a fun and educational book series, Horrible Histories has become a franchise included TV shows, games and audio books. Published by Scholastics and designed to engage children in history by highlighting the unusual, often gory and unpleasant aspects of the past, the Horrible Histories books were an instant success.
With over 25 million books sold worldwide, children enjoy the colourful adaptions of historical events, which go against the normal textbook studying and makes history accessible for all learners.
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