Celebrating 30 years of a beloved Roald Dahl classic!For thirty years, readers have been enchanted by this story of young Sophie and the benevolent Big Friendly Giant--inspired by Roald Dahl's own granddaughter. Come celebrate and join them as they take on the Bonecruncher, the Bloodbottler, and... show more
Celebrating 30 years of a beloved Roald Dahl classic!For thirty years, readers have been enchanted by this story of young Sophie and the benevolent Big Friendly Giant--inspired by Roald Dahl's own granddaughter. Come celebrate and join them as they take on the Bonecruncher, the Bloodbottler, and other monsters to help make the world a better place for children everywhere!
Publish date: August 16th 2007
Pages no: 208
Edition language: English
A ten year old girl, Sophie, is taken by a giant from her bed in an orphanage to a cave. He soon explains that he is a friendly giant and does not eat people. He catches dreams, stores them in his cave, and then gives the good ones to children all around the world. They vow to each other to make all...
I LOVE Roald Dahl's, The BFG. Otherwise known as: the Big Friendly Giant. This was the first chapter book I truly enjoyed as I child, and I am currently reading my worn and tattered childhood copy aloud to my son every night. He always begs for me to read one more chapter, reminding me of the same l...
What will happen to Sophie now that she is stuck with the BFG? They will work together to stop the other giants, of course! One night the BFG snatches Sophie in the middle of the night to save her from being eaten by the other giants and takes her to his home. There, Sophie learns a lot about the BF...
This well known book is a favorite of many- and I know why. Roald Dahl is an amazing author and his work really shows through this book. It tells the story of a young orphan named Sophie who meets the BFG- Big Friendly Giant. He is the only giant that isn't nasty or a children eater. Instead, he and...
This is a re-read of this wonderful children's classic. I watched the movie the other day and really wanted to read the book again. I listened to it this time around and found the narrator to be wonderful. Sophie is snatched from her bedroom at the orphanage one night by a giant. Luckily this one ...