*WIN* A Copy of Horrible Christmas – Horrible Histories

Know a child who loves Horrible Histories? They will love this! This hugely entertaining festive edition is stuffed full of strangely interesting facts and gruesome tales from days of Christmas past. From pantos and Christmas characters to foul food and curious festive customs, Rattus guides you through with the usual one-liners – it’s a Christmas cracker!

Learn about silly Santa’s, spooks and spirits, why making a Christmas pudding used to be a crime and even how to get rid of carol singers. Full of dreadful jokes, rotten recipes and even a Christmas quiz to cheer up the family Scrooge – Bah, humbug!

This fun book is available from Wicked Uncle, priced £9.99 – but you can also win a copy here!

WIN A Horrible Histories, Horrible Christmas

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

  • Giveaway will run until 17th December 2021.
  • There is one prize to be won.
  • The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative is offered.
  • This giveaway is open to UK entries only.
  • Entrants must be age 18 or over.
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43 comments

  1. Midnight Mass at a local church on Christmas Eve( Depending on the covid situation) Christmas Day at home and Boxing day ( Weather Permitting) a nice walk. All with my family xx

  2. We will visit our daughter & 3 grandsons mid morning, then back home to make a big fry up brunch for our son & his partner, then relax until preparations start for a quiet dinner, just the 2 of us.

  3. We are spending our last Christmas in our current house as we are moving next year so we are going to spend quality time together

  4. Quite family orientated 🌲☃️🌲☃️🌲☃️🌲☃️🌲☃️🌲☃️

    Merry Christmas everyone !!!

  5. Spending lots of quality time with my family. At our house as well as visiting others (hopefully).

  6. we’ve always done xmas at our house, i’e chronic pain and so its become more difficult, this year we arev having it at my brothers house, the kids aren’t too happy, but it means we don;t have to do all the running around and the big clean up after so means we’ve more time to spend with the kids

  7. Spending it at home with family and watching films that we missed at the cinema 🙂 Thanks for running the giveaway – happy Christmas!

  8. Totally up in the air at the moment – my dad is very, very poorly so we’re just taking it day by day. Hoping to be able to spend Christmas Day with him and make it really special

  9. We’re hoping to see our family but I thnk as with everyone else, it’s a bit ‘watch this space’ at the moment!

  10. Empty nesters with both sets of grandchildren living 100+ miles away hubby and I now enjoy a Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve then on Christmas Day we pack a special picnic and go for a long walk along the sea bank of The Wash to work up an appetite. Believe it or not for the last 5 years we have eaten our picnic outside at a local RSPB reserve. Then bach home for family Skype!

  11. We had plans for a big family Christmas this year after missing out last year. Seeing my parents and sisters etc.

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