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The Witches (Audio Book) - Roald Dahl, Simon Callow (Narrator)

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Will's brother Marty is always playing practical jokes. But when he tells the bloodcurdling story of the cutthroat pirate Captain Crow, Will is terrif...

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Excellent

Prowonderfull story

Consnone

Roald Dahl audio books have got to get a gold star for being a wonderful teacher. The audio books teach the children to listen as well as gearing them up to want to read the books when I first started reading to my son at 4 year old I found that after a while he got restless and fed up then a...

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Excellent

ProExciting and descriptive - encourages the child to...

ConsFor the above reasons, may be a little too graphic...

My little boy who is 7 is currently working his way through all the Roald Dahl books, and has this one on audio which he loves. He listens and reads at the same time. An audio book is the ideal introduction to a new author or to add extra interest in one that is already well loved. It has been a...

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Super

Probrings Dahl to life, and truer to the novel than t...

Consmay be a bit scary for very young children

The plot? Turns out Witches arn't merely myth, but are in fact all around us, and focussed on eradicating children from the face of the planet. Wouldn't it be great then if a child was to turn the tables and get revenge on the Witches?... Roald Dahl in audio book form has got to be a blessing...

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Excellent

“About the book”

published 28/01/2005

ProA book for both children and adults to enjoy

ConsMay be a little scary for younger children

This story is about "real witches" - who dress in normal clothes, look like normal women, but loathe all children. The seven-year-old hero and his grandmother go against them at a convention for witches where they are plotting to exterminate every child in England. The boy is taken in by his...

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Excellent

“Amazing real witches”

published 19/08/2005

ProFun,Exciting book

Consnone

I have read this book, The witches are dressed in normal clothes, like an ordaniry women and they also work in ordanary jobs.This book is great for children and adults, because it is fun and a exciting book to read.I first stated reading this book when i was seven years old,it was so intresting...

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Excellent

“How to handle a whitch?”

published 23/08/2005

Profun, amazing book

Consnone

In this amazing book that i've red, there are some whitches who were silly hats and dark black cloaks. This book is not an ordainary book, but this book is a real story. i forgot to tell you something if they were real whitches they would of hated children with a red-hot sizzling face and do...

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