On a dark, silvery moonlit night, Sophie is snatched from her bed by a giant. Luckily it is the Big Friendly Giant, the BFG, who only eats snozzcumbers and glugs frobscottle. But there are other giants in Giant Country. Fifty foot brutes who gallop far and wide every night to find human beans to eat. Can Sophie and her friend the BFG stop them?Read More
Roald Dahl’s classic – and irreverent – stories are loved by children and adults everywhere. Discover all the books by the man responsible for The Twits, Matilda and a host of other wickedly funny children's and adult classics. © RDNL/Quentin Blake. 2016
Matilda Wormwood's father thinks she's a little scab. Matilda's mother spends all afternoon playing bingo. And Matilda's headmistress Miss Trunchbull?
To pay Mrs Twit back for the worms in his spaghetti, Mr Twit thought up a really clever nasty trick.
On a dark, silvery moonlit night, Sophie is snatched from her bed by a giant. Luckily it is the Big Friendly Giant, the BFG, who only eats snozzcumbers and glugs frobscottle. But there are other giants in Giant Country. Fifty foot brutes who gallop far and wide every night to find human beans to eat. Can Sophie and her friend the BFG stop them?
Here is Roald Dahl's original novel of a little girl with extraordinary powers. This much-loved story has recently been made into a wonderful new musical, adapted by Dennis Kelly with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin.
Beware. Real witches dress in ordinary clothes and look like ordinary women. But they are not ordinary. They are always plotting and scheming with murderous, bloodthirsty thoughts - and they hate children.
James Henry Trotter lives with two ghastly hags. Aunt Sponge is enormously fat with a face that looks boiled and Aunt Spiker is bony and screeching. He's very lonely until one day something peculiar happens. At the end of the garden a peach starts to grow and grow and grow.
Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this little box - tremendous postcards are inside.
A phizzwhizzing new edition in glorious full colour for the first time.
The rule would be this: Whatever he saw, if it was runny or powdery or gooey, in it went.
This book is filled with revolting rhymes. (Be warned: It's no ordinary Once upon a time).
The top ten bestselling and best-loved Roald Dahl stories of all time, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator, Danny, the Champion of the World, Fantastic Mr Fox, George's Marvellous Medicine, James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, The BFG, The Twits and The Witches in beautiful hardback with foiled dust-jackets, and presented in a stunning giftbox.
Now a major motion picture from the human beans that created E.T. and the author of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory and Matilda.
Mr Willy Wonka is the most extraordinary chocolate maker in the world.
From chocolate-covered chickens to grizzly grouchy grandmas and the disgusting Twists, this fantabulous book of fantastically funny jokes will keep you and your friends chuckling for hours.
The Roald Dahl Treasury is a delightful collection by and about the World's Number One Storyteller.
Boggis, Bunce and Bean are the meanest three farmers you could meet. They are determined to get Mr Fox - but he has other plans!
‘I do actually happen to know how to make tortoises grow faster, if that’s really what you want.’
Every Saturday morning the Greg family goes off to shoot animals and birds. But the girl who lives next door hates hunting.
Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, Charlie's glorious golden ticket, the BFG's magical dream jars and many other classic Roald Dahl scenes are all inside this beautiful, intricately illustrated colouring book.
Enter the sinister, twisted world of Roald Dahl: whether you're young or old, you'll never want to leave.
The Enormous Crocodile is planning what to have for his lunch. This foul fiend - the greediest croc in the whole river - wants to eat something juicy and delicious. His teeth sparkle like knives in the sun and he's getting hungrier and hungrier. But what can the greedy grumptious brute guzzle up?
Matilda Wormwood's father thinks she's a little scab. Matilda's mother spends all afternoon playing bingo.
Danny lives in a gipsy caravan with his father, the most marvellous and exciting father any boy ever had. All the land around them belongs to Mr Victor Hazell, a rich snob with a great glistening beery face and tiny piggy eyes. Nobody likes him, not one-little bit.
An exciting New Zealand junior fiction series inspired by true stories from the Wilson Sisters' childhoods.
Explore a bright and cheerful world of unforgettable characters and discovery.