For generations the world of Roald Dahl has inhabited bedrooms and story time as well as transferring effortlessly onto the small and big screen. This article pays homage to one of the greatest ever story tellers and highlights some of his lesser-known works such as: The Magic Finger, the Enormous Crocodile and The Minpins.
During his lifetime, author Roald Dahl wrote many stories for young readers that have become some of the most beloved children’s books of all time. If you are curious about the fantastic tales written by Dahl but aren’t sure where to start, here are seven of his best books that fans of children’s literature will love.
Written by Roald Dahl and published by Jonathan Cape in 1988, the story Matilda tells about a smart and genius girl by the name of Matilda Wormwood.
Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Tell-Tale Heart’ and Roald Dahl’s ‘The Landlady’.
How do the author’s of these stories language and use of literary devices help them achieve their artistic purpose?
This is about a famous Author, Roald Dahl and his adventure.
Boy is the first part of the late Roald Dahl’s autobiography. It describes some of his antics and experiences as a child.
Sections of Going Solo are not as amusing as the earlier Boy. After all fighting in the Second World War was comical.
A Childhood Not Easy to Forget is a book review of "Boy" by Roald Dahl’s autobiography.
Lamb to the Slaughter and The Speckled Band are both murder mysteries, written in different eras by different authors. Despite their differences, they both contain the classic characteristics of a murder story: a helpless victim, a suspect, a number of red herrings and a detective, or detectives, who have been employed for their special interest in the case.
Many children’s authors have books meant for children, but none of them are as prolific and notable as these 10 writers. They are famous around the world and their books are treasured by millions of children.