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Roald Dahl Words of Magical Mischief by Susan Rennie, Roald Dahl


Title: Roald Dahl Words of Magical Mischief  

Illustrator: Quentin Blake

Publisher: OUP

Published: 3 Sept. 2020

Pages: 64

Rating: 5/5*


Get ready to be bewitched and spellbound by Roald Dahl’s mischievous words of magic (and much more). You can have fun with Roald Dahl’s language and the brilliant Quentin Blake’s illustrations while discovering how language words in this little book. Inspired by the World’s No. 1 storyteller, this book will give you all you need to create your own words. If you love Roald Dahl then this is the perfect introduction to get into learning how language works – make up your own words, have fun and be bold with (magical) words!

My Review:

Roald Dahl is a favourite author of mine,

His magical rhymes bring smiles, every time

This book is a collection of rhymes that he penned,

The sort you enjoy again and again.

This collection is taken from many different books

They’re all magical, funny and well worth taking a look

The illustrations are familiar one by Quentin Blake, too

Making this a superb, fun book for me and for you!

So I highly recommend you take a look and have a read

To see if with me you are agreed!

My thanks to Amazon and the publishers who

Gave me a copy of this book to honestly review.

Buy Link: Amazon

One comment on “Roald Dahl Words of Magical Mischief by Susan Rennie, Roald Dahl

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