by Quentin Blake, Roald Dahl
One of Roald Dahl's less weird books, similar to Esio Trot. Parts are funny, parts are ridiculous, and I will never love it as much as the ones I read as a child (which are of course much more funny and more ridiculous).
Since I did not find this book as humorous as I did with his other books, I found Danny's dad an irresponsible. How can he teach his kid to poach, to commit a crime. Unfortunately, this book, in spite of being one of his popular children books, is not as funny and his characters are not as memorable...
Rapscallions of the worst kind!BWahahahahahahaha!
Fantastic book for kids! So imaginative and creative. Easy read that children will find delightful!Roald Dahl is always brilliant! His stories and rhymes are fun and entertaining! Some of my all time favorites!! Such a great way to entertain children and get them interested in reading!
This was a fairly interesting Dahl book. We have an adult on the kid’s side for once! Danny’s father is very loving and supportive. That’s a 180 from many of the adults/parents in Dahl books. We still get our daily dose of bad guy with Mr. Hazell.The whole Mr. Hazell situation is really odd. They do...
Read by Timothy West - a man whom holds my utmost esteem.Pheasants are crazy about raisinsTrippy storyline!
I read Danny the Champion of the World as a group read with my Year 5 class in primary school (ages 9&10)Or should I say, I was meant to read it as a group read. I took it home after we had our first "group session" and read the entire book at home. I absolutely loved it.Doing this though, had it's ...
I loved this book as a kid. I wanted to be Danny and I read it over and over. Highly recommended
a young boy finds out his father is poacher, comes up with a way to poach all the birds. Classic Dahl[of course, what ISN’T classic Dahl? lol]