Horrible Histories (other media)

Horrible Histories (other media)

This is some of the other media (besides the main book and magazine series) that the Horrible Histories franchise has streached out to:

Horrible Histories Sticker and Activity Books

There are also quite a number of 'Horrible Histories Sticker and Activity Books' (officially called Activity, Gift and Novelty Books, from the Horrible Histories main page) [http://www.horrible-histories.co.uk/index.tao?PageId=books_%20panel3] [http://www.scholastic.co.uk/zone/book_horr-histories-activity.htm]

*Horrible Christmas Sticker Book
*Angry Aztecs Sticker Book
*Dark Knights and Dingy Castles Sticker-Activity Book
*Cut-throat Celts Sticker-Activity Book
*Incredible Incas Activity Book
*Gorgeous Georgians Activity Book
*Savage Stone Age Sticker Book
*Measly Middle Ages Activity Book
*Slimy Stuarts Sticker Book
*The Groovy Greeks Activity Book
*The Vicious Vikings Sticker Book
*Vile Victorians Activity Book
*Terrible Tudors Sticker Book
*Rotten Romans Sticker Book
*Awesome Egyptians Activity Book
*Awesome Activity Book
*Savage Sticker Book
*Grisly Quiz Book and Gruesome Games Pack

Audio Tapes

There is also a large collection of Audio tapes including:

*The Woeful Second World War
*The Terrible Tudors
*The Vicious Vikings
*The Frightful First World War
*The Groovy Greeks
*The Vile Victorians
*The Measly Middle Ages
*The Rotten Romans
*The Savage Stone Age
*The Stormin' Normans


See Horrible Histories (TV Series)

Kellogg's/Telegraph audiobooks

Horrible Histories teamed up with Kellogg's to produce a set of audiobooks for the following books:

*The Rotten Romans
*The Vicious Vikings
*The Measly Middle Ages
*The Vile Victorians
*Incredible Ireland
*The Terrible Tudors

All of the CDs are read by Terry Deary and were available inside some Kellogs cereals.

In addition, the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph gave away four free audiobooks over a two week period in October 2006. They were:

*The Awesome Egyptians
*The Ruthless Romans
*The Frightful First World War
*The Woeful Second World War

Between 8th and 14th September 2007, the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph gave away 7 new Horrible Histories audiobooks, again read by Terry Deary and adapted from his books. They were:

*The Villainous Victorians
*The Savage Stone Age
*The Angry Aztecs
*The Incredible Incas
*The Cut Throat Celts
*The Groovy Greeks
*The Barmy British Empire


A series of fiction written by Terry Deary about history will be published, but all are still in progress.

*Horrible Histories Fiction - The Romans (Jul 08)
*Horrible Histories Fiction - The Egyptians (Jul 08)
*Horrible Histories Fiction - The Tudors (Jul 08)
*Horrible Histories Fiction - The Victorians (Jul 08)
*Horrible Histories Fiction - The Greeks (Nov 08)
*Horrible Histories Fiction - The Vikings (Nov 08)

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