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About the Author: Terry Deary

A former actor, theatre director and drama teacher, Deary says he began writing when he was 29 Most famously, he is one of the authors of the Horrible Histories series of books popular among children for their disgusting details, gory information and humorous pictures and among adults for getting children interested in history Books in the series have been widely translated into other languages and imitated.A cartoon series has been made of the series of books and was shown on CiTV for a period in 2002.The first series of a live action comedy sketch show of the same name was shown on CBBC in 2009 and a second series is due.Terry is also known widely throughout children and adult reading groups alike for his True Stories series see below for series list.He received an Honorary Doctorate of Education from the University of Sunderland in 2000 His numerous accolades also include the Blue Peter Best Nonfiction Author of the Century Award in the U.K Wikipedia

10 thoughts on “The Savage Stone Age

  1. says:

    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 evoluti

  2. says:

    I won t be giving these numbered ratings but I had a good chuckle reading this one And I learnt some things about Stonehenge

  3. says:

    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 t

  4. says:

    My history mad son really enjoyed this as a bedtime read

  5. says:

    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

  6. says:

    I remember the first time I read a Horrible Histories book, it was actually about Ancient Egypt I loved it then, it was history, but the real history Things you don t normally hear about because of how gruesome it is.Reading it now as an adult, I still love it I m obsessed wit

  7. says:

    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 incom

  8. says:

    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 b

  9. says:

    It was a nice before bed read nice little facts about life in den stone age, and mysteries like stone circles.

  10. says:

    The book i m reading horrible histories Savage stone age, this book starts off by telling some of the things archaeologist have found back then throughout the years such as Lucy They tell us about the people who lived back then which were called hominids, hominids are humans relating to other things like ape

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