The rotten Romans

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Scholastic, 1994 - Juvenile Fiction - 128 pages
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Review: The Rotten Romans (Horrible Histories)

User Review  - Rosie - Goodreads

ive always been fascinated by ancient civilizations,but i easily get bored by long history books.whereas Terry Deary books are short, sarcastic, and wait there's more, there are cartoons in them!what fun! also, i like how the author's name rhyme, like a screen name or something. Read full review

Review: The Rotten Romans (Horrible Histories)

User Review  - Chaitrali Joshi - Goodreads

Funny and informative. A little late in the day for me to enjoy but would have loved to find the series in the bookshelf all through primary school. Read full review

Contents

Contents
5
The cutthroat Celts
23
The battling Britons
37
Copyright

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Terry Deary is the author of over 160 books. He writes both fiction and nonfiction to much acclaim and has a hand in the television, theater, and radio worlds as well. His Horrible History series has sold twenty million copies worldwide, and his books have been translated into twenty-eight languages. Deary has won numerous awards, including Blue Peter's Best Nonfiction Author of the Century in the United Kingdom. He was named a Doctor of Education by Sunderland University. For more information please visit www.terry-deary.net.

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