The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar: And Six More
Publish date: October 1st 1988
Pages no: 228
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Middle Grade
, Short Stories
I struggled to finish it. I did not like the stories; they lacked charm. The most awful of all was probably The Swan.
Seven short stories:1. The Boy Who Talked with Animals2. The Hitch-hiker3. The Mildenhall Treasure nonfiction4. The Swan5. The Wonderful Story of Henry 6. Lucky Break nonfiction7. A Piece of Cake nonfiction This collection is being labeled by the publisher as teenage fiction which in my opinion it's...
Read by Martin JarvisJust the titular story, which was enjoyable.:O)
For a full review, please visit my site at Thoughts and PensReview:Henry Sugar is a Roald Dahl through and through. It was funny with outrageous characters but definitely an awesome book for the family. It may have a lot of pleasant exaggeration but the lessons it convey were certainly practical an...
I read this book to my three and my five year old. The five year old loved the whole book, but these stories lacked the quick pace my three year old enjoyed in other Roald Dahl books and "The Swan," a tale of bullying and tortue felt wholly inappropriate for one so young. The book is directed at old...
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