Publish date: 2016-04-26
Pages no: 112
Edition language: English
A very silly book that has Roald Dahl written all over it. Very entertaining with a little moral thrown in. This is a pretty quick read. I liked the descriptions and illustrations a lot. Since this book was published almost 40 years ago, there is some language in it that many modern parents may not ...
I don't think I've spent nearly enough time waxing poetic about one of my all-time favorite authors so that's what today's post is all about. Roald Dahl was introduced to me by my best friend roughly 15 years ago. You might know him best as the author of Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, T...
If I were a man with a beard, or a wife with a husband with a beard, by the time I got to page 5 of The Twits, that beard would have to go. Dahl's description of beards in general, and of the various refuse that made its home in Mr Twit's beard in particular, had me wincing, and Blake's illustration...
Oh, I love The Twits. When rereading I can still remember how I felt reading this lovely disgusting book when I was a little girl of seven. I knew my mum loved Roald Dahl books, and The Twitswas one of the first ones I read because it's so thin. It's a bit younger than The BFG and Mathilda are, but ...
The Twits reminded me of the fictional couple in Patton Oswalt's bit about Stella D'oro's breakfast treats.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_-oxsMl3iCA
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