Thursday, September 18, 2008

October Horrible Books Order Announcement

Got this email from Ray:

Just a Horrible FYI that I'm currently taking orders for Horrible Books & Horrible Magazines, Scholastic UK, Galore Park Books, and Peace Hill - Story of the World, almost all at almost 25%-Off through midnight, Sunday, October 5, 2008 for mid-November delivery. Order Info If any of the above interest you, just let me know by 10/5, I'll confirm everything, and then you can mail a check.

The best news is that with the recent climb of the US$, I'm now offering Free Shipping and No Sales pay via Check.

Also, you may have noticed that we'll be including the Story of the World Books/CDs from Peace Hill Press, as many people love their stuff, including me, and we'll test it out and see if it works with our Horrible Order.

If you're new to Horrible Books, you might want to read some first-hand Horrible Endorsements, view the Horrible Book List, and consider starting out with the Blood-Curdling Box of 20 Horrible Histories Books (70%-Off) (2008 New Box Set) for $60 as it's the most Horrible Deal at $3 per Horrible Book. The Perfectly Horrible Christmas Present!

New Horrible Books and Editions, October 5, 2008 Order
Fourth 20 Issues of the Horrible Science Magazines (#61-#80), $60.00
Seriously Squishy Quiz Book Pack, $24.50
Angry Animals Shuffle Puzzle Book, $21.50
Terrible Tudors Special Evil Edition, $12.50
Trenches, $10.50
Terrible Tomb of Tutankhamun, $29.50
Space, Stars and Slimy Aliens, $7.50
Stormy Weather, $7.50
Blood-Curdling Box of 20 Books, $60.00 : Terrible Tudors, Rotten Romans, Vile Victorians, Awesome Egyptians, Measly Middle Ages, Woeful Second World War, Vicious Vikings, Groovy Greeks, Blitzed Brits, Frightful First World War, Smashing Saxons, Stormin Normans, Savage Stone Age, Cut-Throat Celts, Angry Aztecs, Incredible Incas, Villainous Victorians, Barmy British Empire, Slimy Stuarts, and Gorgeous Georgians

Thanks, and enjoy your otherwise Horrible Day!


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Shez said...

Sylvia, have you seen any of these books? I'm wondering if they would be good for my precocious 7 year olds. I had a look at the website and am really keen on them but would like input from someone whose children have used them.

Silvia said...

We have about 10 of the Horrible Histories, Murderous Maths, etc, titles, and they're really funny. I think they'd be fine for your kids. The humor is intended to be a bit out there to grab the kids' attention. There's one on pirates even. :)