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Even well outside the target age group, I really enjoy Horrible Histories. Stratford-Upon-Avon is, naturally, the history of a place rather than a time period or a group of people, and so the choice not to cover the history of the town chronologically is interesting and at times confusing.
Instead, it is portrayed thematically. There is a liberal dose of Shakespeare, but that is to be expected when he is Stratford's most famous export, but it never stops being an enjoying read. Stratford-Upon-Avon, like all of the Horrible Histories series, is a cheap, cheerful read.
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They might be aimed at children, but read it with an open mind. You might even end up learning something. Oct 07, Michael P. Shakespeare turns up in two other sequences where he does not really fit as a kind of informal host. Unfortunately, there are a number of inaccuracies in the Shakespeare portions of the book, which makes me wonder how careful Deary was when writing the portions that I do not know as well.
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An entertaining book, though not actually a good one. Aug 05, Rachael Hewison rated it really liked it Shelves: history-general.
I've read the vast majority of Horrible Histories but it was only when I was in a charity shop checking to see if there was any that I had missed that I came across this one. I wasn't aware that there was a collection of town related ones. I thought the town theme worked well, although it doesn't centre on Stratford entirely, it includes its surrounding areas.
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The selection of stories Deary put together is fantastic and varied and there weren't as many references to Shakespeare as I thought there I've read the vast majority of Horrible Histories but it was only when I was in a charity shop checking to see if there was any that I had missed that I came across this one.
The selection of stories Deary put together is fantastic and varied and there weren't as many references to Shakespeare as I thought there would be so it was a fair selection. I think it started off quite weak as it jumped from topic to topic without any links but then it settled in and became very easy to read. Another fantastic one to add to my collection. This book is excellent for getting your kids interested in history, not only is it put across in a way that engages them, it is far more factual than a lot of history books for adults.
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It doesn't gloss over or romanticise the dark parts in our history, but nor does it go over bored on the gruesome, but what I like the most is that if something is unknown for certain the author states that, rather than trying to make his theory fit the facts like some researchers do. My 8 year old nephew loved th This book is excellent for getting your kids interested in history, not only is it put across in a way that engages them, it is far more factual than a lot of history books for adults.
My 8 year old nephew loved this, and learnt a lot on a subject that I think would have gone over his head if done in a dryer manner.
Dec 02, Emma Coleman rated it it was ok. I enjoyed reading this before visiting Stratford- upon -Avon to get an insight about the place but, I think I lot of the book is fiction to make it appear a great read. Jul 29, Catherine Woodman rated it liked it. Horrible Histories is a series of illustrated books published in the UK by Scholastic. They are designed to get children interested in history by concentrating on the trivial, unusual, gory, or unpleasant. They are exceptionally well loved by my history loving children.
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Dec 16, Hannah rated it liked it. A fun and entertaining read.
A very enjoyable way to learn about this topic. Nov 24, Will rated it liked it. Not actually that much to write about IN Stratford, so he includes a lot about nearby villages, including the Campden Wonder. May 07, Arthur Coles rated it it was amazing. I liked the ghosts, it was very spooky :. Siti rated it really liked it Apr 09, Olivia rated it it was amazing Aug 08, Jasmine Catalan rated it it was amazing Nov 26, Joshua rated it it was amazing Mar 10, Bridgette rated it it was amazing Jan 08, Niamh rated it liked it Oct 05, LexyW rated it really liked it Mar 09, Helena Silva rated it really liked it Dec 07, Ashwin rated it liked it Jan 16, Charlotte rated it it was amazing Jan 08, Helen rated it it was amazing Jan 17, Derek Audsley rated it liked it May 20, Aimee rated it really liked it Jun 17, Clement rated it liked it Nov 03, Sara rated it it was ok Aug 26, William rated it it was amazing Oct 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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