Horribly Famous: Roald Dahl and his Chocolate Factory
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You’ve probably heard of Roald Dahl. He’s horribly famous for writing loads of brilliant books for children, telling terrifying tales of the unexpected and creating a fantastic chocolate factory. But did you know that Roald was a fighter pilot and a spy in the Second World War, loved playing outrageous practical jokes, and nearly lost his nose… twice? Yes – even though he’s dead, Roald Dahl’s still full of surprises! Now you can get the inside story with Roald’s secret diary, and find out what hit the headlines in The Daily Telegraph. This is a life story just as fascinating as Roald Dahl’s books – full of drama, excitement, disaster … and chocolate.
September 7th, 2009
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AR book level: 6.5; Middle years; 5.0 points