airport_transferPublished in over 50 languages and adapted into numerous movies, few other authors produce such fervour; there is even a Roald Dahl Museum in the UK for the true fans. Matilda tells the tale of Matilda, a good five-year-old girl who loves to read, has a horrible family and an even worse headmistress… She soon discovers, however, that she is special, and can make things move with her eyes. This is fundamentally a tale of good versus evil, but no topic, no matter how many times it has been told before, is boring when it is written by Roald Dahl. An orphaned boy is sent to Norway to live with his grandmother, who warns him to be wary of witches, but when they travel to England together it just so happens that they stumble upon a witch convention! Readers are immersed in a world filled with descriptions of the most delicious foods you can imagine but also of hilarious characters , making Charlie and the Chocolate Factory a book that appeals to all ages, and senses! If you have a sweet tooth take precautions and do not read this on an empty stomach. Sophie, a kidnapped orphan, travels around with him on his ear and together they try to stop giants from eating children.
The Best Books By Roald Dahl You Should Read
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1. Man from the South
Roald Dahl remains one of the most iconic writers for children books ever. But his creative genius was not limited to only children fictional series. Combining the same power of imagination with a twisted thought process he wrote a series of adult stories that are definitely not for the faint-hearted - though they are for the connoisseur of good literature! So, here are some of his finest adult novels that every fan of reading and Roald Dahl should definitely check out:. Like most of his works, this story is also narrated by a nameless narrator and leaves you contemplating the concept of 'stranger danger'. A young boy and an old man meet for the first time at a Jamaican hotel.
At 14, I was technically too old for this book when it came out in , but I still swallowed it whole. So much power concentrated in one tiny mind. The enormous crocodile has but one thought on its mind: to eat as many children as he can via the adoption of various, not-quite-impenetrable disguises. One for the very youngest readers, and I can say no more without creating infant spoilers, a low to which I will not stoop. When kids are a very little bit older, they can move on to this immensely satisfying story of Boggis, Bunce, Bean, a host of fat chickens and a display of reynardian trickery as old as time.