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Listeners can discover all the foul facts about the Groovy Greeks, including why girls ran about naked pretending to be bears, who had the world's first flushing toilet and why dedicated doctors tasted their patients' ear wax!

©1995 Terry Deary & Martin Brown (P)2013 Scholastic UK

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  • 22-03-2016

Flimsy

The content of this audiobook is disappointing, plenty of gross sound effects and gory details but thin in actual facts.

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  • 11-04-2020

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!👍😁🙎‍♂️

VERY INTERESTING VERY EDUCATIONAL VERY USEFUL (ESPECIALLY WHEN IN LOCKDOWN AND FOR THOSE HISTORY TEACHERS WHO ARE NOW RISKING THEIR LIVES) BY G AGE 6

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  • A D
  • 02-04-2020

Great!! 🙂

It was great! The author is an amazing 😉 author! I liked the overall performance! Great!! 🙂

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