Con una mazzata in testa questo libro vi trasporta ai remoti giorni in cui la gente viveva in caverne, cacciava animali selvaggi e non aveva idea di come comportarsi a tavola. Cosa si usava nella Preistoria al posto della carta igienica? Perché un buco nel cranio fa passare il mal di testa? Come si fabbrica una mummia preistorica? A queste e a molte altre domande il libro tenta di dare una risposta. Età di lettura: da 10 anni.
- ISBN: 8877828633
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 128
- Data di uscita: 22-09-2000
Just for fun! I bought a box set of these children's books for a light hearted look at history. Yes I am a 44 year old woman and these certainly aren't aimed at me but I dont care! I enjoyed this...it's funny and informative!
The first book I’m going to talk about is Savage Stone Age and is actually the third one I’ve read, but its special subject forces me to put it in the top of the list. Throughout this book you will read about the timeline of human evolution and the three prehistoric periods of mankind (in a brief in Leggi tutto
The book was interesting, some jokes better than other. It had some fun facts in it that I didn’t know or had forgotten, so that was really cool to read about. Nevertheless, I had a problem with the author's continuous explanations that one is wrong and the other thing is right. He even used the wor Leggi tutto
This is my second trip into the world of Horrible Histories and it didn’t disappoint – Terry Deary is truly brilliant at translating history to be accessible, funny and very interesting for children in a way that can be thoroughly enjoyed by adults too! It does not include quite as much range as the Leggi tutto
My history mad son really enjoyed this as a bedtime read
I love the eponymous BBC show so, naturally, I love these books. I wish they had been around when I was growing up. Granted, had this been the case I would have become an even bigger history nerd than I already am, but I'm ok with that. These books are accessible and fun for anyone. And, yes, I even Leggi tutto
i impulse bought a box set of horrible history books and... theyre just as incredible as i remember. mr deary spitting FACTS. also the story at the very end of the book nearly made me cry.... thanks mr deary
Not much you can say about these books, as they are exactly what you would expect - a funny, informative and interesting journey into the past. I loved it
Alright. When I read a history book, I expect historical fact. I'll willingly excuse some inaccuracies in some history books if their focus is not just history; however, I do not disregard such blatant rejection and misinterpretation of facts as found in this one. Nor do I savor the incomprehension
As a child history was one of my favourite school subjects thus making Horrible Histories the perfect books for me. Nowadays children have the television series yet I belong to the older group that had the books. Personally, I believe any child who has an interest in history should give these books a Leggi tutto
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