Amazing Aztecs

Amazing Aztecs According to the opening section of Horrible Histories Angry Aztecs this book will teach a little bit of history and a lot about people but the most important thing is that it will teach children ev

  • Title: Amazing Aztecs
  • Author: Terry Deary MartinBrown
  • ISBN: 9781443100113
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Paperback
  • According to the opening section of Horrible Histories Angry Aztecs, this book will teach a little bit of history and a lot about people, but the most important thing is that it will teach children everywhere how to drive their teachers stark, staring mad by repeatedly asking the most dreaded question of all WHY Why did the Spanish want to steal the Aztecs treasure According to the opening section of Horrible Histories Angry Aztecs, this book will teach a little bit of history and a lot about people, but the most important thing is that it will teach children everywhere how to drive their teachers stark, staring mad by repeatedly asking the most dreaded question of all WHY Why did the Spanish want to steal the Aztecs treasure Why did Aztecs eat scum Why did Aztecs drink live toads in wine And why is the world going to end on December 22, 2012 Angry Aztecs is recommended reading for grown ups who want to prepare themselves for the onslaught and an absolute must for children who want to find out a little bit about the mysterious Aztecs than the serious history books are willing to share Great, grubby fun and an excellent choice for anyone who is curious about these curious of folk.

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    1. Why, according to the Aztecs, was the world going to end on December 22, 2012? Angry Aztecs is recommended reading for grown-ups who want to prepare themselves for the onslaught and an absolute must for children who want to find out a little bit more about the mysterious Aztecs than the serious history books are willing to share. "Great, grubby fun and an excellent choice for anyone who is curious about these curious of folk."UM; EXCUSE ME??! I HAD A LOOKY LOO INSIDE THIS TEENSY TOME, AND THE AZ [...]

    2. An interesting look in to the history of the Maya and Aztecs, which is perfect for any history lover who can deal with the gory bits of history, though you'll miss bits if you're using text to speach to read this book. Also, it was entertaining reading a book that was insisting the world would end four years before the date I read it Guess they got that prediction wrong. *wink*

    3. This is the first book i read in this 'Horrible Histories' series and i'm looking forward to find rest of the books in it n read them. This is very witty book with funny writing and ever funnier illustrations, totally loved this.Even though the facts i found bit extended here and there for humor sake,hats off to terry Deary's and martin brown's Creativity. 4.5 stars

    4. I have always loved Horrible Histories and I always will.Reading them again as an adult is great fun; they are just so sarcastic! And I always learn something new. And the illustrations are brilliant.

    5. This one was gory, interesting and fun. It also debunked other works and legends. As good as any book in the series so far.

    6. So much was made of how "weird" and uncivilized the Aztecs were compared to the British. Not how I want my kids to learn about other cultures.

    7. I do enjoy the Horrible Histories, and the Angry Aztecs was pretty horrible. I do wish the title had been something along the lines of Mean Mayans and Angry Aztecs since the Mayans had basically the entire first half of the book, though. 2015 Review:Okay let's talk about the Horrible Histories.You may be aware of them as a TV show, which I highly, highly recommend, but you may not be aware that they are also books! Which I also recommend!It's hard to talk about the Horrible Histories specificall [...]

    8. The book Is a part of the series Horrible Histories It is about Aztecs ,It is a history book but it is also a comic.The auther of the book is Terry Deary.122 pages not including the quiz if we include the quiz 135 pages.The book is more of a comic how i said and it just tells the informatin in a more interesting way.The book is about how the Aztec impire starts growing it also talks about there religon and what different methods they used to build the pyromids aka Tempels how they found out abou [...]

    9. Information book#2 : this fun informational book includes lots of facts about the Aztecs and Mayan Indians in a humorous manner, sure to keep an intermediate student turning pages. The book begins with the purpose, mainly for students to drive their teacher crazy asking great questions about history. The author included a fantastic timeline of both the Yucatan and Mexican areas. Information presented seems accurate with footnotes included on many pages, but written in a manner that is easy to un [...]

    10. Whoa, whoa, whoa. South American history. Hold on a sec, let me check my history book Nope, nothing about the gore Not much about the sacrifices The Spanish as heroes? Those greedy fella's? This Horrible Histories book tells all that the history books have been keeping away from you. Even though those Aztecs are so cruel seeming with their sacrifices and all, I can't help feeling sorry for them being wiped out by sicknesses and the Spanish's love of treasure. Ah, the Aztecs. YOU will love this b [...]

    11. I subscribed to the series after watching an advert online, and read them as soon as they arrived, and couldn't wait for the next one to come out! They give such great facts about each time period and even on periods I knew about, the magazines contained information I had never heard before.It was quite interesting to read into the beliefs of such an ancient culture. I loved the page explaing the sports they used to play, which reminded me of basketball.I just wasn't wowed by this one, I felt in [...]

    12. Not as good as the stone age one I read The puns are simply not that funny. Still a good light read for the summer. Good introduction into the Aztecs history. I never knew they were Mexicans and came after the Mayans! The book did mention a lot about human sacrifices, maybe too much so. I'd love to know more about other stuff than the constant mention of hearts being ripped out.

    13. I really liked and enjoyed reading this book. It was really informative and I liked the little drawings that featured in this book. I also liked how it had little quizzes through the book and it was a good way of seeing if I was understanding what I was reading.

    14. Igualmente engraçaralho ao Incríveis Incas. Esse aqui tem a parte final também muito boa, levantando questões sobre os povos oprimidos pelos astecas (que é algo que passa batido em 90% dos livros didáticos pra crianças) de forma até filosófica. Vale a pena.

    15. Informative and jokey, but after a while the formulaic nature of these books palls. However it does contain a lot of information presented in a way that may appeal to children reluctant otherwise to learn history.

    16. "No one comes to this earth to stay.Our bodies are like rose trees-They grow petals then wither and die.But our hearts are like grass in the springtime,They live on and forever grow green again".

    17. Bought this in Dublin airport many years ago. thought i'd never heard of it the description on the back caught my attention. I liked it. The stories, the crazy recipes. i doubt how much truth there is in any of these so called history books but never the less a fun read

    18. History doesn't have to be always heavy. Horrible histories series are great for kids and grown-up to have a laugh on some historical sterotypes. Great.

    19. An interesting and concise overview of the Aztecs. Strongly recommended to buy a copy if you can find one cheap somewhere as it is an excellent quick read.

    20. Its funny because whenever i see horrible history books i have to give it 5 stars immediately.

    21. Which could (and probably should) be called Angry Aztecs and Malicious Maya since it covers both cultures. A good primer and definitely worth reading.

    22. Informative and it thankfully only included the more interesting aspects of Aztec culture, history, religious beliefs etc. The cartoon illustrations were also a nice touch.

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