[Read] ➪ The Witches By Roald Dahl – Vejega.info

[Read] ➪ The Witches  By Roald Dahl – Vejega.info This Is Not A Fairy Tale This Is About Real Witches Real Witches Don T Ride Around On Broomsticks They Don T Even Wear Black Cloaks And Hats They Are Vile, Cunning, Detestable Creatures Who Disguise Themselves As Nice, Ordinary Ladies So How Can You Tell When You Re Face To Face With One Well, If You Don T Know Yet You D Better Find Out Quickly Because There S Nothing A Witch Loathes Quite As Much As Children And She Ll Wield All Kinds Of Terrifying Powers To Get Rid Of Them

10 thoughts on “The Witches

  1. Jessica Jessica says:

    Warning Extremely Long Review and Childhood StorytellingWhen I was ten or eleven, I was sitting in the playground at summer camp, minding my own business and reading this book, when one of the playground supervisers came and asked me what I was reading When I showed it to him, his eyes got wide and he took the book from me Then he went to the trash can and started ripping it up, page by

  2. Starjustin Starjustin says:

    I didn t know what to expect when I started this book Believe it or not, this is the very first Roald Dahl book that I have experienced I enjoyed this book tremendously This chapter book tells a story of a grandma, a grandson, and their journey together is ridding the world of real witches and saving the world s children I will be readingof this author for sure I would recommend this book to ever

  3. Wendy Darling Wendy Darling says:

    Re read for our classics discussion Friday 10 30 Still had me giggling from the very first chapter.

  4. James James says:

    Roald Dahl is in my top 3 of favorite children s authors I had read a few of his books as a child, but most of my exposure occurred as a young adult and while in college.The Witches was actually a book I read after the movie with Anjelica Huston was produced I am a huge fan of her work, and when she appeared in this movie, I was fascinated with the story I d definitely recommend reading the book first as the movie

  5. Lola Reviewer Lola Reviewer says:

    The clever and courageous tale of a young boy and his spirited grandmother who fight witches together.

  6. Lisa Lisa says:

    Down vith children Do them in Boil their bones and fry their skin Bish them, sqvish them, bash them, mash them Brrreak them, shake them, slash them, smash them Offer chocs vith magic powder Oh, thank goodness for the likes of Roald Dahl, who can combine the scary with the funny stuff and open a treasure chest of children s fairy tales with all the wisdom humanity is capable of which, of course, still is quite limited.As a child, I

  7. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    I am not, of course, telling you for one second that your teacher actually is a witch All I am saying is that she might be one It is most unlikely But here comes the big but not impossible. After the tragic loss of his parents, a young boy goes to live with his much beloved grandmother He soon learns of the impossible witches exist And they re sole joy in life is to find ways to make children disappear Preferably in nasty and mysterious wa

  8. Mariah Mariah says:

    I am currently trying to read all of Roald Dahl s books When reading this book I realized that I definitely read this when I was in elementary school It brought back some memories I loved this book and the creativity and that Roald does with this story line.

  9. Joe Valdez Joe Valdez says:

    My introduction to the fiction of Roald Dahl is The Witches and this is one of those books whose language and imagination are so exotic that I wanted to scribble down every paragraph, until the story pulled me in and I surrendered to its spell Published in 1983 with illustrations by Quentin Blake, I was presented a 30th anniversary edition for Christmas by a dear friend on Goodreads which includes Blake s etchings Without the mischievous charcoal drawings to

  10. Michael Michael says:

    I was a very sheltered child Or was I a wuss I was probably a wuss For instance, when I was a little tot, Sammy Terry scared the shit out of me I remember being frightened by commercials of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, and the one time I inadvertently saw part of a Friday the 13th movie on TV Fogettaboutit Nightmares for weeks But that all came later But this book Oh, this was traumatic shit I was in preschool, probably 4 years old, when the teacher decided to

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