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Makeover Edition of Rotten Rulers

Rotten Rulers is a Horrible Histories book about Rulers. It was first published on the 17th of June 2005. It had a book makeover on the 2nd of June 2011 with 20th Century, Rowdy Revolutions and Wicked Words.

DescriptionEdit

It's history with the nasty bits left in! Want to know:

  • Who gave the job of high priest to a donkey?
  • Who choked to death while eating a crow?
  • Who celebrated victory by eating his enemy's head?

Discover all the foul facts that make the history of rulers so horrible - all the gore and more!

Some facts from it

- queen vic's physian said she looked more like a barrel than a human

ContentsEdit

  • Introduction - 5
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    Original Cover of Rotten Rulers

  • Potty for Power - 8
  • Rotten Rules - 26
  • Loathsome Leader: Emperor Elagabalus - 35
  • Happy Families - 40
  • Food fit for a King - 54 (it has facts about george I and II
  • queen victoria louis XIV)
  • Loathsome Leader: Ivan IV the Terrible - 65
  • Top of the tots - 70
  • Potty Presidents - 84
  • Loathsome Leader: Ludwig II - 90
  • Be Cruel to Rule - 100
  • Holy Horrors - 108
  • Terribly True or Fantastically False? - 120
  • Loathsome Leader: Murad IV - 124
  • Try to Lie - 129
  • Quaint Quiz - 138
  • Loathsome Leader: Genghis Khan - 145
  • Horrible H'ends - 150
  • Epilogue - 172

Additional InfoEdit

  • ISBN: 9781407111902
  • For ages 8+
  • Paperback
  • 176 Pages
  • Releases: 17th June 2005 (Original Edition) and 2nd June 2011 (Makeover Edition)
  • Author: Terry Deary
  • Illustrators: Mike Phillips and Martin Brown (Martin Brown for Cover of Makeover Edition)
  • Dimensions: 13.4 x 1.2 x 21.5 CM

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