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Description New design for this favourite unabridged story from the grand master of storytelling. Read by Roald Dahl, himself. The Enormous Crocodile grinned, showing hundreds of sharp white teeth. "I'm going to ... more

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Description Will's brother Marty is always playing practical jokes. But when he tells the bloodcurdling story of the cutthroat pirate Captain Crow, Will is terrified. Is it another one of Marty's tricks, or could... more

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Review of Witches: Plays For Children: Plays For Children - Roald Dahl

Excellent

“Wicked children's book”

published 03/08/2010

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...The Witches by Roald Dahl Roald Dahl was born in Llandaff, Wales in 1916. Sadly he died a while ago at the age of seventy four. He has written many children's books and a few books for adults as well. When I was little I was always reading his books and I think they are fantastic books for children. Both my younger sisters have also read them and loved them. The Witches is...

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Review of Winning Moves Top Trumps Specials - Roald Dahl

Excellent

Entertaining, price, illustrations

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...grown I still like to play the game and own three versions, the Simpson's Halloween, Spongebob Square Pants and this version, Roald Dahl. This particular edition of Top Trumps is called Roald Dahl which makes sense as it includes the characters of many of the famous author's popular children's books although I do believe a major credit should go to the illustrator Quentin Blake, famous for drawing...

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Review of Revolting Rhymes - Roald Dahl

Excellent

Endless fun, still makes me laugh now, very clever

May be a bit gruesome for younger kids

...Just before the Easter holidays, my son's class were looking at Roald Dahl as a feature. Naturally, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was the one they focused on most, but we already have a decent collection of Dahl books, one of which is Revolting Rhymes. Whereas most of his books are novels, and all with somewhat quirky imagination going on, this is a collection of fairy tales told in rhyme...

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