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Horrible Collection 40 Books Set Histories, Science, Geography, Murderous Maths

Horrible Collection 40 Books Set Histories, Science, Geography, Murderous Maths

By Terry Deary

GTIN 9781407138794

Product Code: LWP1232

£49.99

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Horrible Collection 40 Books Set Histories, Science, Geography, Murderous Maths

Titles in This Set

Space,Stars and Slimy Aliens

Viclous Veg 

Disgusting Digestion

Deadly Diseases

Chemical Chaos

Bulging Brains

Blood, Bones and Body Bits

Nasty Nature

Ugly Bugs

Evil Inventions

Horrible Geography Collection

10 Books Set

Titles in This Set

Stormy Weather

Raging Rivers

Violent Volcanoes

 Monster Lakes

Freaky Peaks

Cracking Coast

Desparate Deserts

Bloomin' Rainforests

Earth-Shattering Earthquakes

Odious Oceans

Murderous Maths Collection

10 Books Set

Titles in This Set

The Phantom X

Desperate Measures

The Perfect Sausage and Other Fundamental Formulas

Guaranteed to Bend your Brain

Do you Feel Lucky?

Awesome Arithmetricks

Savage Shapes

Guaranteed to Mash your Mind

The Key to the Universe

Easy Questions, Evil Answers

Brand Scholastic
Author Terry Deary
Format Paperback
GTIN 9781407138794
Language English
Video Link NA

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  • This book gives you great insights
    Review by John Doe / (Posted on 20/03/2018)
    This book gives you great insights on the precedence and consistency and the importance of all such actions which help us to lead a successful life. However there were few points I didn't quite concur with like don't strive for perfection. But overall it's a good read
  • This book gives you great insights
    Review by John Doe / (Posted on 12/01/2018)
    This book gives you great insights on the precedence and consistency and the importance of all such actions which help us to lead a successful life. However there were few points I didn't quite concur with like don't strive for perfection. But overall it's a good read