Horrible Histories: Measly Middle Ages Paperback – Oct 1 2007
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About the Author
"Terry Deary has written over 200 books that are available in 40 languages. His Horrible Histories series has sold twenty million copies world-wide, and has become a television show in the UK. Terry has been named a Doctor of Education by Sunderland University. Terry is a former actor, theatre director, and museum manager. His website is www.terrydeary.com Martin Brown is best known for his illustrations in the best-selling Horrible Histories series. Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Martin now lives in the countryside with his wife, Sally, and their daughters. "
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Top Customer Reviews
Onto "Measly Middle Ages". I really enjoy this book. Both irreverent and insightful at the same time, this book really shows the reader how horrible the middle ages actually were. I've read several works on the era, and this book nicely fills in the basic details, with out bogging it down with the details that us history dorks love. A great book for kids, a great book for people who both enjoy history and enjoy having fun.
Measly Middle Ages is part of a series of Horrible Histories which teaches history in a interesting, fun, and humorous way. All of these books have great titles like Rotten Romans, Awesome Egyptians, Groovy Greeks, and Vicious Vikings. A copy of these books should be in every local school library.
It will make you smile and even laugh out loud as you read book after book. My only question is, why would they ever stop priting? I ask Scholastic to continue print so all who desire a book can recieve one. Thank you.
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The Measly Middle Ages has made teaching 7th grade social studies a breeze! My students love the gross facts and the comics that make learning history fun. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2002
The Measly Middle Ages has made teaching 7th grade social studies a breeze! My students love the gross facts and the comics that make learning history fun. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2002 by Reading Bug
this book is the most funniest and will keep you laughing every time you read it. I can hardly wait to read the whole series of Terry Deary. Read morePublished on April 26 2001
I have "terrible Tudors" "Cut throught Celts" and the "Blitzed Brits" these books are witty and informative! Not just for kids!Published on April 10 2000 by P. Leadbetter
"The Measly Middle Ages" is a really funny book! I can hardly believe it's true, after reading all those "boring history books! Read morePublished on Oct. 16 1999
The horrible histories books rule i have read almost all and think they are really funny and all my class mates think they are cool.Published on April 26 1999