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Awesome Annual 2007 by Terry Deary2007
Horrible Histories Annual 2008 by Terry Deary2008
Horrible Histories Annual 2009 by Terry Deary2009
Horrible Histories Annual, 2010 2010 by Terry Deary2010
Horrible Histories Annual 2011 by Terry Deary2011
Horrible Histories Annual 2012 by Eaglemoss Publications Ltd2012
Annual 2015 (Horrible Histories) by Terry Deary2013
Horrible Histories Annual 2014 by Terry Deary2014

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  2. Intrepid Explorers (Horrible Geography) by Anita Ganeri (2003)
  3. I Wonder Why My Tummy Rumbles and Other Questions About My Body by Brigid Avison (1993)
  4. Really Rotten Experiments (Horrible Science) by Nick Arnold (2003)
  5. More Murderous Maths by Kjartan Poskitt (1998)
  6. Modern Britain (History of Britain Topic Books) by Andrew Langley (1994)
  7. You Wouldn't Want to be a Pyramid Builder!: A Hazardous Job You'd Rather Not Have by Jacqueline Morley (2004)
  8. Cleopatra and Her Asp (Dead Famous) by Margaret Simpson (2000)
  9. Caring for Planet Earth: The World Around Us (Lion factfinders (9 plus)) by Barbara Holland (1990)
  10. Flaming Olympics 2004 (Knowledge) by Michael Coleman (1996)
  11. South Africa (Worldfocus) by John Barraclough (1995)
  12. Teeth of the T-Rex by Steve Cole (2007)
  13. Blue Peter Green Book by Lewis Bronze (1990)
  14. Questions and Answers About Animal Families (Questions and Answers About) by Anita Ganeri (1992)
  15. Growing Up (Usborne Facts of Life) by Susan Meredith (1985)

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