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Horrible Histories: Stormin' Normans (Classic Edition) Award-winning author/illustrator

by Terry Deary (author) and Martin Brown (illustrator) (UK edition)

Suitable for 8 - 12 years

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The Normans were so tough that they smashed up the savage Saxons and grabbed Britain for themselves! Remember: King Harold said he would defend Britain to the death… until William the Conquerer gave him an arrow in the eye! Yuck! But even though they defended their battleships with fearsome barrels of pee, the storming Normans had a soft side too. Learn about the Norman knights who slept with a dolly… and see which perilous pirate hung up his eye-patch and became a saint.

Product Details

Series

Horrible Histories

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407104300

Date published

October 1st, 2007

Other details
  • 144 pages
Condition

New

UK edition

Author/Illustrator

Terry Deary

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TERRY DEARY

Terry Deary was born in Sunderland in 1946 and currently lives in County Durham. Terry is a former actor, theatre-director and Drama teacher. He spends his time writing and directing for his television production company, managing his website, terry-deary.com, and touring his Horrible Histories exhibition. Terry is the author of 116 books in the UK and over 250 more worldwide, mainly for children and teenagers, including the popular non-fiction series Horrible Histories. Horrible Histories were launched in 1993 and are now sold in 28 languages from Russia to Brazil, Scandinavia to China.

In 2003, Horrible Histories celebrates its 10th Anniversary!

In 1996 Terry was the best selling British children’s author with 5 of his books in the top ten best-sellers of the year (Waterstones Book Shop tables). In August 1997 he was still leading the way with thirteen titles in the top forty. (Bookseller listings). In 1999, The Daily Telegraph recorded that he outsold Enid Blyton by four to one and a Libraries survey made him the most-borrowed author of non-fiction in Britain – adult and children’s books. Terry currently holds 8 out of the 10 slots for ‘Most Borrowed Children’s Non-Fiction’ authors in the Public Lending Rights annual survey covering July 1998-June 1999. In November 1999 Books for Keeps magazine readers voted him “The outstanding children’s non-fiction author of the 20th Century”.

Terry’s district council have awarded Terry an “oscar” as one of their top citizens and Sunderland University have awarded Terry an Honorary Doctorate in Education (HonDEd) which was awarded in July 2000.

In early 1998, the Top Ten series was launched with two titles written by Terry, Top Ten Shakespeare Stories and Top Ten Greek Legends.

Terry’s latest additions to the Horrible Histories series are the Horrible Histories Special: France and Cruel Crimes and Painful Punishment. And if Horrible Histories wasn’t keeping him busy enough Terry has also contributed a range of titles to the True Stories series including True Mystery Stories and True Horror Stories.

The Horrible Histories exhibition is up and running in museums around Britain until 2003. He has also just set up a television production company and is negotiating to make a series of audio tapes and writing radio scripts for BBC World Service.

“If you haven’t come across ‘Horrible Histories’ before you’ve missed a true publishing phenomenon – Terry Deary seems to have invented a whole new genre with his series of books looking at history in an entirely different way.” Books Magazine, July 96

“I do not like reading very much and my Mum is pleased that I have found some books I like so much that I read them without being asked!” Fan letter from 10-year-old boy

For more information why not visit www.terry-deary.com or join his fan club?

Martin Brown

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Martin Brown was born in Australia but currently lives in Dorset. In 1993, he illustrated the first of the HORRIBLE HISTORIES, and has now contributed to more than 60 titles in the series.

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  1. Default avatar 807810

    twizzyb
    on 9 March 2014

    A great way to teach children the important bits of history in a fun way

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    Venera2
    on 4 March 2014

    So awesome!

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    preciousone
    on 9 March 2013

    A good book!

    5out of 5
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    xxChocolateBoxGirlxx
    on 7 March 2013

    This book is awesome.It really teaches you about the gruesome things Normans did. I loved it:D

    5out of 5
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    ninjastickman
    on 6 March 2013

    Terry Deary has made a brilliant, educational set of books! They teach you all about how the people of the past live! I would recommend an age range of 8-12 for this book

    5out of 5
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    ellie-melay27
    on 6 March 2013

    awesome way to learn about the normans, and i have all of the books and i really enjoy all the different series! 5/5

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    bugzy72
    on 6 March 2013

    its a good book

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    catlover96
    on 6 March 2013

    Horrible Histories are by FAR the funniest way to learn about history. Pretty awesome!

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    Sherlock25
    on 4 March 2013

    Makes boring topics seem a lot more exciting! highly recommended

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    salimisra
    on 7 March 2012

    didnt realy get this book ,thought it was rubbish

    1out of 5
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    lids
    on 2 March 2012

    you know what i got but i cant wait to read it!!!!!!!!

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    henrythenine
    on 5 November 2011

    this book is a good book you think its all a lie but it helps you like if your in that era i would give it a 999999/10 all the horrible histories are true histories why i would i recomend it tells you what your teacher does not says(in a grusem way)

    5out of 5