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Title:L'Enfant Qui Parlait Aux Animaux
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Roald Dahl, Morgan
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Number of Pages:122
Category:Childrens, Fiction, British literature

L'Enfant Qui Parlait Aux Animaux by Roald Dahl, Morgan

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Matilda is a little girl who is far too good to be true At age five and a half she s knocking off double digit multiplication problems and blitz reading Dickens Even more remarkably her classmates love her even though she s a super nerd and the teacher s pet But everything is not perfect in Matilda s world For starters she has two of the most idiotic self centered parents who ever lived Then there s the large busty nightmare of a school principal Mrs The Trunchbull a former hammer throwing champion who flings children at will and is approximately as sympathetic as a bulldozer Fortunately for Matilda she has the inner resources to deal with such annoyances astonishing intelligence saintly patience and an innate predilection for revenge br br She warms up with some practical jokes aimed at her hapless parents but the true test comes when she rallies in defense of her teacher the sweet Miss Honey against the diabolical Trunchbull There is never any doubt that Matilda will carry the day Even so this wonderful story is far from predictable Roald Dahl while keeping the plot moving imaginatively also has an unerring ear for emotional truth The reader cares about Matilda because in addition to all her other gifts she has real feelings

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Charlie Bucket, #1)

Complete with stunning new movie art for the cover and an eight page full color insert of stills from director Tim Burton s new adaptation Dahl s treasured novel appears unabridged in this tie in edition

James and the Giant Peach

When James accidentally drops some magic crystals by the old peach tree strange things start to happen The peach at the top of the tree begins to grow and before long it s as big as a house When James discovers a secret entranceway into the fruit and crawls inside he meets wonderful new friends the Old Green Grasshopper the dainty Ladybug and the Centipede of the multiple boots After years of feeling like an outsider in his aunts house James finally found a place where he belongs With a snip of the stem the peach household starts rolling away and the adventure begins br p Roald Dahl s first and most widely celebrated book for young people continues to thrill readers around the world br p p This is a stunning book to be cherished for its story a superb fantasy i Chicago Tribune i br p p A beautifully written fantastic book i Christian Science Monitor i p


Captured by a giant The BFG is no ordinary bone crunching giant He is far too nice and jumbly It s lucky for Sophie that he is Had she been carried off in the middle of the night by the Bloodbottler the Fleshlumpeater the Bonecruncher or any of the other giants rather than the BFG she would have soon become breakfast br br When Sophie hears that they are flush bunking off in England to swollomp a few nice little chiddlers she decides she must stop them once and for all And the BFG is going to help her

The Witches

b This is not a fairy tale This is about i real i witches b br br Grandmamma loves to tell about witches Real witches are the most dangerous of all living creatures on earth There s nothing they hate so much as children and they work all kinds of terrifying spells to get rid of them Her grandson listens closely to Grandmamma s stories but nothing can prepare him for the day he comes face to face with The Grand High Witch herself

The Twits

How do you outwit a Twit Mr and Mrs Twit are the smelliest ugliest people in the world They hate everything except playing mean jokes on each other catching innocent 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 They don t just want out they want revenge

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Fantastic Mr Fox is on the run The three meanest farmers around are out to get him Fat Boggis squat Bunce and skinny Bean have joined forces and they have Mr Fox and his family surrounded What they don t know is that they re not dealing with just any fox Mr Fox would never surrender But only the most fantastic plan ever can save him now

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Charlie Bucket, #2)

Now that Charlie has won the chocolate factory what s next Even wilder adventures that swhat Join him Grandpa Joe and of course Willy Wonka for the amazing intergalactic sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

George's Marvellous Medicine

George s Grandma is a grizzly grumpy selfish old woman with pale brown teeth and a small puckered up mouth like a dog s bottom Four times a day she takes a large spoonful of medicine but it doesn t seem to do her any good She s always just as poisonous after she s taken it as she was before When George is left to look after her one morning it s just the chance he needs

Danny the Champion of the World

Danny s life seems perfect his home is a gypsy caravan he s the youngest car mechanic around and his best friend is his dad who never runs out of wonderful stories to tell And when Danny discovers his father s secret he s off on the adventure of a lifetime Here s Roald Dahl s famous story about a year old boy his dad and a daring and hilarious pheasant snatching expedition Just as important it s the story of the love between a boy and his father who in Danny s own words is the most marvelous and exciting father a boy ever had

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Charlie Bucket, #1), The Witches, Matilda, Fantastic Mr. Fox, The Twits, Danny the Champion of the World, The BFG, George's Marvellous Medicine, James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Charlie Bucket, #2)