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    • ISBN:9781445121925
    • Publication date:13 Jun 2013
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Tudors

By John Townsend

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Time to take a sideways look at the bizarre and outrageous from throughout history - and it's all TRUE! From mad scientists and bad rulers, dangerous inventions and deadly battles, get ready to take a bumpy journey into some of the darkest crannies of world history.

Time to take a sideways look at the bizarre and outrageous from throughout history - and it's all TRUE!

Which mad cure involved swallowing live frogs?
Which bad ruler had the most heads chopped off at the Tower of London?
Which Tudor invention do we still use today to get rid of dangerous waste?

Find out the answers to these questions inside, along with lots of facts, quizzes, and other bonkers stuff as you take a bumpy journey into the darkest crannies of Tudor history with Mad, Bad and Just Plain Dangerous!

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  • ISBN: 9781445121963
  • Publication date: 14 Nov 2013
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  • Imprint: Franklin Watts
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