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How they croaked the awful ends of the awfully famousBucket Right before Beethoven wrote his last notes doctors drilled a hole in his stomach without any pain medicationReaders will be interested well past the final curtain and feel they croaked the awful ends PDF or lucky to live in a world with painkillers X rays soap and HOW THEY CROAKED isn't your typical nonfiction in topic or in tone With a voice that's frank funny and far lighter than its morbid topic author Georgia Bragg delivers what's promised in the book's subtitle The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous and provides detailed often delightfully gross stories about the way nineteen of history's famous figures met their demises Included in the list are notables like King Tut Charles Darwin Albert Einstein and Christopher Columbus whose shipboard illnesses are described in detail along with an explanation of how everybody went to the bathroom over the side of the ship wiped with a rope and got poop germs on their hands Kevin O'Malley's illustrations are perfect for the very informal tone of the text and there are charmingly grotesue sidebars on everything from bloodletting to mummy eyeballs to scurvy making this a perfect choice for reluctant readers

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How nineteen world figures gave up the ghost For exampleIt is believed that Henry VIII's remains exploded within his coffin while lying in state Doctors treated George Washington by draining almost they croaked the Kindle #180ounces of blood before he finally kicked the How They Croaked The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous was a great and interesting book My personal favorite was the story of Albert Einstein All of the other stories were about how they died but Einstein's was about after he died It was mainly about what happened to his brain and the story was uite interesting and very descriptive I also enjoyed how Georgia Bragg used so many replacements for the words death and dead Instead she used words such as croaked kicked the bucket and said his last words She never just came out said He was dead now Also Bragg put lots of diseases and medical terms in the book that I had never heard of until I read this Compared to Bragg's other works this one stands out She only has one other book though Matisse on the Loose and it's definitely of a comedy Still How They Croaked The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous I can't underline the book titles was a very uniue book The format was in min chapters each one focusing on one person Along with the format the focus was uniue too Not many authors decide to write a book about the grotesue deaths of famous people But hey We all have our hobbies right Overall this was great book and I enjoyed reading it I would recommend this book to any middle school student

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Download How they croaked the awful ends of the awfully famous Book ´ 184 pages ☆ Gwairsoft ´ [Reading] ➺ How they croaked the awful ends of the awfully famous ➰ Georgia Bragg – Gwairsoft.co.uk Over the course of history men and women have lived and died InOver the croaked the MOBI #9734 course of history men and women have lived and died In fact getting sick and dying can be a big ugly mess especially before the modern medical care that we all enjoy today How They How they eBook #8608 Croaked relays all the gory details of How They Croaked The Awful Ends of the Awfully Famous 2011 October 4 One of the things usually left out of children's books is dying Not death characters are dead all the time but the miserable painful agonizing bit of dying is usually glossed over But kids like the gross the agonizing the unbelievable who thought that was a good idea craziness of other times and cultures Bragg has written a really entertaining book that manages to give the reader a look at what was laughably called medicine a little of the business of ruling countries some science some adventure all rolled up into a big old ball of that's awful A good book for reluctant readers because of the way it's broken into short sections with even shorter sidebars at the end of each section as well as for the morbidly curious I read much of it aloud to Natasha with her selecting people at random Then she finished up on her own Then Veronica read it Now finally I've read it straight through My only complaint with the whole thing was that she waits until the end of the section on Napoleon to tell the reader that really he wasn't short for his time 5'7 although admittedly he wasn't unusually tall like say George Washington 6'3Fun for the whole family