Roald Dahl Collection [16 Paperback Book Set]
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With striking new artwork to celebrate the Roald Dahl 100 celebrations and a keepsake slipcase featuring Quentin Blake's iconic illustrations, this Roald Dahl 16 Paperback Book Collection brings together all the classic children's novels from the one and only Roald Dahl.
Fantastic Mr Fox - Roald Dahl
The main character of Fantastic Mr. Fox is an extremely clever anthropomorphized fox named Mr. Fox. He lives with his wife and four little foxes. In order to feed his family, he steals food from the cruel, brutish farmers named Boggis, Bunce, and Bean every night.
The Witches - Roald Dahl
Roald Dahl captures our imaginations in this story of witches who plot to turn children into mice. Luckily, the little-boy-turned-mouse who narrates the story defeats the antagonist, the Grand High Witch, and the other witches through his plan to turn them into mice. The plan works, and the witches are killed.
The Twits - Roald Dahl
Mr. and Mrs. Twit are the smelliest, nastiest, ugliest people in the world. They hate everything--except playing mean jokes on each other, catching unsuspecting birds to put in their bird pies, and making their caged monkeys, the
Muggle-Wumps, stand on their heads all day. But the Muggle-Wumps have had enough.
James and the Giant Peach - Roald Dahl
As Dahl's novel begins, the reader is introduced to James, a young boy who is orphaned when his parents are eaten by a rhinoceros. James is consequently sent to live with his two aunts, Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Roald Dahl
The story is about a boy named Charlie Bucket who's so poor he has to eat cabbage soup every day. Luckily for Charlie, Willy Wonka, the owner of a chocolate factory, announces that five Golden Tickets have been hidden inside his chocolate bars all over the world.
The BFG - Roald Dahl
As the book starts, a young girl named Sophie lies in bed in an orphanage. She can't sleep, and sees a strange sight in the street. A giant man is walking in the street, carrying a suitcase and what looks like a trumpet.
The Magic Finger - Roald Dahl
So when her neighbours the Greggs go shooting, her magic finger teaches them a lesson they'll never forget... Roald Dahl began work on The Almost Ducks, as The Magic Finger was originally known, in 1962. In the story, an unnamed eight-year-old girl tells the story of her neighbours, the Gregg family.
The Giraffe and the Pelly and me - Roald Dahl
The giraffe and the pelly and me is a fiction story by Roald Dahl. It is about a little boy called Billy who dreams of owning an old shop called The Grubber. One day Billy meets a generous giraffe, a musical monkey and the pelly with the patented beak. They become best friends straight away.
Esio Trot - Roald Dahl
Esio Trot is the story of a very shy man and a very kind woman, and a small tortoise called Alfie who brings them together. Esio Trot is a story about shy Mr Hoppy and his love for his neighbour, Mrs Silver. It was one of Roald Dahl's last stories and is dedicated to two of his grandchildren, Clover and Luke.
Boy Tales of Childhood - Roald Dahl
Dahl's Parents. In Boy, Roald Dahl provides an autobiographical look into his early life. Beginning before his birth with his father, Harald, and his uncle, Oscar, Dahl details the different paths each brother took after leaving their home in Wales for new beginnings in France.
Matilda - Roald Dahl
Matilda befriends her school teacher, Miss Honey. She soon realizes Matilda's talents, but is later amazed to see the full extent of Matilda's powers. This is the story of a sweet bright little girl named Matilda, who is a child of wondrous intelligence.
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Roald Dahl
Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Summary. The story begins just after the conclusion of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Wonka and Charlie are in a giant glass elevator, rocketing through the sky. Wonka has just offered his factory to Charlie.
Danny the Champion of the World - Roald Dahl
This book by Roald Dahl is about Danny a 10-year-old boy and his dad William Smith who Danny discovers has a deepest and darkest secret of his life that is poaching pheasants! Danny thinks that his dad is the most wonderful, marvellous and exciting dad anyone can have.
George's Marvellous Medicine - Roald Dahl
George's Marvellous Medicine is a children's book written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake, first published in 1981. It is about a young boy, George, who is forced to stay with his witchlike grandmother, with a penchant for eating bugs.
Going Solo - Roald Dahl
Going Solo is the autobiographical sequel of Boy, which is written by the world-famous author Roald Dahl. It is about his life as a worker with the Shell Company and an RAF fighter pilot. He has had an adventurous life and I am sure you would envy him once you have read it.
Billy And The Minpins
When Little Billy sneaks into the forest he meets thousands of tiny surprises: the Minpins. His new friends live in miniature houses inside hollow trees. But every one is terrified of a Fearsome Beast - and if Billy wants to go home he must defeat it once and for all! The Minpins was Roald Dahl's last children's book. Like many of his other stories, it was partially inspired by the countryside around where he lived.
Billy and the Minpins was Roald Dahl's last children's book. It has now been illustrated by Quentin Blake!
- Publisher: Penguin (January 1, 2018)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0241377293
- ISBN-13: 978-0241377291
- Dimensions: 7.1 x 5.3 x 7.9 inches