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Angry Aztecs by Terry Deary
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Angry Aztecs

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Title:Angry Aztecs
Authors:Terry Deary (Author)
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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 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.
  JESGalway | Feb 12, 2019 |
Which could (and probably should) be called Angry Aztecs and Malicious Maya since it covers both cultures. A good primer and definitely worth reading. ( )
  redfiona | Dec 30, 2016 |
Good for information. It could be more exciting. ( )
  2pigs | Apr 13, 2011 |
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History can be horrible. Horribly foul facts and fouler figures, dusty dates and dustier dead people, lousy laws and lousier wars.
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Find out about powerful priests, weird warriors, and the cunning Conquistadors, in this book which provides the foulest facts about Motecuhzoma, Cuahtemoc and other Angry Aztecs whose idea of fun was ripping out human hearts. Part of a series of books about history with the nasty bits left in!

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Humorous account of the lives and times of the Mayan people to their neighbours, the Aztecs, of South America, who eventually ruled supreme over the other Indian peoples of the region until the arrival of Christopher Columbus, after which things began to go downhill. All sorts of trivia and miscellanea, amusingly written is in this presentation.… (more)

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