Roald Dahl Collection Children's Books Matilda BFG, Esio Trot Boy Paperback
Roald Dahl Books
"I was standing across the road gazing at the wonderful building when suddenly an enormous bathtub came sailing out through one of the second-floor windows...."
Just imagine a little boy, a giraffe and a pelican coming to clean your windows! Why use a ladder and bucket when a giraffe and a pelican will do? Together with their friend Billy, they will come up against the Cobra: the cleverest and most dangerous cat-burglar in the world.
A great introduction to Roald Dahl for younger readers.
'A true genius . . . Roald Dahl is my hero' - David Walliams
Billy and the Minpins, formerly known as The Minpins, was Roald Dahl's last novel before he died in 1990, and the only one to have not been illustrated by Quentin Blake.
Now, brand new for September 2017 is this Quentin Blake- illustrated edition, in hardback.
Billy's mum says he must never go out through the garden gate and explore the dark forest beyond. So, one day, that's exactly what he does!
James and the Giant Peach with this paperback edition of the book.
"He could see that the peach swelling larger and larger as clearly as if it was a balloon being blown up."
Delve into Roald Dahl’s story of James and the wonderful and extraordinary journey to New York he undertakes with a group of unlikely insect friends aboard a Giant Peach. With black and white illustrations by Quentin Blake throughout.
N0. of Pages: 150
Danny, the Champion of the World.
"My father, without a slightest doubt, was the most marvellous and exciting father any boy ever had."
Living in a Gypsy Caravan, and with his dad working in the small village petrol station, Danny finds himself the mastermind behind the most incredible and exciting plot ever attempted against the nasty, greedy Victor Hazell.
With an exciting section at the back of the book about Roald Dahl and his world, and Quentin Blake illustrations throughout.
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator.
"Last time we saw Charlie, he was riding high above his home town in the Great Glass Lift. Only a short while before, Mr Wonka had told him that the whole gigantic fabulous Chocolate Factory was his...."
Charlie Bucket has won Willy Wonka's chocolate factory and is on his way to claim his prize, travelling by an extraordinary new means of transport - a great glass elevator! But when the elevator makes a fearful whooshing noise, Charlie and his family find themselves orbiting the Earth.
Illustrated by Quentin Blake; features a section of phizz-whizzing facts at the back of the book.
"I have only written about those moments that I consider most memorable." - Roald Dahl
Read all about Roald Dahl’s life before he became the world’s number one storyteller. Following on from Boy, Going Solo takes you on daring and dangerous adventures. The book begins with Road Dahl aboard the SS Mantola sailing from England to Africa, where his adventures really begin. From tales of his wartime exploits and surviving a plane crash in the Libyan desert to surviving snake bites, Going Solo is an exciting adventure though Roald Dahl's early adult years.
The Witches is an award-winning story by Roald Dahl about a boy, his grandmother, and a hotel full of witches.
"This is not a fairy tale. This is about real witches."
This is a book about 'real witches', the ones that absolutely loathe children and are always plotting to get rid of them. The Grand High Witch of all the World has gathered together the witches of Inkland for an annual conference at the Hotel Magnificent in Bournemouth. Their agenda is the elimination of all the children in the country and the prospects for their young victims look bleak.
But the Grand High Witch and her cronies have reckoned without the spark and ingenuity of a young guest at the hotel and his rather brilliant grandmother.
With an illustrated Quentin Blake cover as well as an exciting end section about Roald Dahl and his world.
No. of Pages: 200
"Her own small bedroom now became her reading-room and there she would sit and read most afternoons, often with a mug of hot chocolate beside her."
Matilda's parents are stupid and nasty and fail to see the potential in their gifted daughter; they think she should be watching more TV and reading fewer books! Matilda's headmistress Miss Trunchbull is even more horrible and dislikes small children. Luckily Matilda is an incredibly clever child with a mind that can move things, and a few tricks up her sleeve.
With delightful Quentin Blake illustrations, and a section full of fantabulous facts at the back.
"'You stay where you is in my pocket, huggybee,' he said. 'We is doing this lovely bit of buckswashling both together.'"
Roald Dahl’s well-loved story of a Big Friendly Giant who spirits an orphan, Sophie, out of bed to the land of the child-eating giants. Soon Sophie and her BFG are thinking up ways to get rid of the Fleshlumpeater, the Bonecruncher and the other giants who love to gobble up human beans....
With lively black-and-white illustrations by Quentin Blake throughout and a section of exciting facts about the BFG and Roald Dahl at the back of the book.
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