*WIN* A Horrible Histories version of Christmas (with all the nasty bits left in)

Are your children fans of Horrible Histories? If so, they will love this version of Christmas!

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 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!

Competition Time

I’m pleased to say I have a copy of this fun tale to give away to one lucky Mummy Fever reader.

Just enter via the easy widget below.

Good luck!

Win a copy of Horrible Histories Christmas


  • Giveaway will run until December 15th 2020.
  • 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.
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    1. My children are crazy about horrible histories. I’m always astounded at how much they learn. The songs are hilarious.

  1. My daughter loves learning about history, we have historic Scotland cards and love going to castles. We’ve subscribed to Mysteries in Time which is really good. This book would be perfect for her

  2. Yes we have read relevant books depending on the topic at school ie tudors, victorians, world war etc. Read HH joke book last Christmas

  3. They love horrible histories, but not seen this one. We have read the books, watched the TV programme and been to museum exhibitions they’ve run, it’s a great way to make history fun

  4. Horrible Histories have been a huge success in our home, my 10 year old is often found with one of the books in his hand

  5. No, we haven’t read any Horrible Histories but the TV shows are a big hit here (with adults and kids)

  6. Its my grandchildren who love Horrible Histories. My grandson used to watch it from quite a young age. That and the books gave him a love of history that I share. He now wants to study it for A Level. Now younger grandchildren enjoy them too

  7. Yes, my little girl enjoys Horrible Histories and I love it because they are very educational in an entertaining way x

  8. We routinely watch (and rewatch) the TV programme. Our son would love this book in his Christmas stocking.

  9. I haven’t read any horrible histories to my children yet but would like to introduce it to my 7 year old son

  10. I have read them with my Goddaughter who adores them and I read them myself as a child. They were one of the books that gave me a love of history in the first place.

  11. My little niece loves horrible histories and talks about them all the time. I would love to be able to gift this to her

  12. I’ve read some to my nephew before and he loves it hes like me the more gross and gruesome the better

  13. My niece loves these and I would love to start my daughter on them, as she has fond love of books already xxx

  14. My son loves Horrible Histories! He’s obsessed with the books, tv show and the board game. It’s great if you haven’t tried it!

  15. Read them, watched the film, played the game and saw the stage show (and met the author afterwards!) big fans!

    1. I haven’t because they normally read it themselves or read it out to me. Horrible Histories continues to be a firm favourite so this would be greeted with excitement if we won.

  16. Yes, we’ve read lots of Horrible Histories books, they’re great fun and very entertaining, haven’t read this one though

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