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Paul Lamond launches Horrible Histories puzzles

Games and puzzles specialist unveils new products at this week’s Autumn Fair.

Paul Lamond has unveiled a line of new fun and educational puzzles from best selling children’s history book series, Horrible Histories, at Autumn Fair this week.

The new 250-piece puzzle series – available from September – feature some of the iconic drawings from illustrator Martin Brown along with jokes and facts.

The jigsaws bring to life some of the favourite titles including Awful Egyptians, Rotten Romans, Terrifying Tudors and Vicious Vikings.

“Horrible Histories is an evergreen brand and loved by children of primary school age which is very much our marketplace,” said Richard Wells, md of Paul Lamond Games. “We are now in the countdown to Christmas which is a dominant period for games and puzzles so we are very excited to be launching this new puzzle series from such a sought-after brand at such a key time.”

The Horrible Histories brand is marking its 25th anniversary in 2018.

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