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A book review of Roahld Dahl's "The BFG." I read and reread this novel so many times! How could I help but love books about a dream-bestowing, odd-talking giant? A couple of months ago when I found out the beloved children's story is hitting the big screen later this year, I reread it once again. It did not disappoint! Are you excited for the film adaptation, too?

A book review of Roahld Dahl's "The BFG." I read and reread this novel so many times! How could I help but love books about a dream-bestowing, odd-talking giant? A couple of months ago when I found out the beloved children's story is hitting the big screen later this year, I reread it once again. It did not disappoint! Are you excited for the film adaptation, too?

South African Kids Books- Kid World Citizen

Explore South Africa through Children's Books: learn about the languages, kids living in cities and rural areas, on the coast, outside of mines, and playing soccer. Beautiful illustrations and stories.

Drop Everything And Read (DEAR)

The Paperback of the How to Cook Children: A Grisly Recipe Book for Gruesome Witches by Martin Howard, Colin Stimpson

The Witches by Roald Dahl teaching ideas

The Witches

The Witches - Roald Dahl- book I'd ever read- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory being the Matilda being the Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake are my heroes.

Хороший блог о кино и музыке, а тк же путешествиях: Жизнь Пи

Хороший блог о кино и музыке, а тк же путешествиях: Жизнь Пи

The Snow Merchant by Sam Gayton

Nothing incredible ever happened.until 'The snow merchant' came. Brilliant original storytelling from Sam Gayton, published by Andersen Press Great for readers.

Credit: Penguin Books, 1960 John Griffiths's illustration from the 1960 Penguin anniversary book Twenty-Five Years

Penguin book covers, illustrated by John Griffiths – in pictures

John Griffiths: John Griffiths's illustration from the Penguin book, Twenty-Five Years

The Witches. Roald Dahl.

' Illustrator Quentin Blake on the BFG movie

11 Witches From Fiction Who Embody What Feminism Really Means

11 Witches From Fiction Who Embody What Feminism Really Means

"This is not a fairy-tale. This is about REAL WITCHES. Real witches don't ride around on broomsticks. They don't even wear black cloaks and hats. They are vile, cunning, detestable creatures who disguise themselves as nice, ordinary ladies." Via Goodreads

For the little Blk girls to read. They need to know that they are capable of so much

20 biographies about amazing African-American women. Perfect for Black History and Women's History months. Know your historoy.

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