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Roald Dahl HQ Sep 13
Willy Wonka: But Charlie, don’t forget what happened to the man who suddenly got everything he always wanted... Charlie Bucket: What happened? Willy Wonka: He lived happily ever after Happy Roald Dahl Day. Good night.
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Becks Fisher Sep 21
Apparently there was such a thing as . Well here he is, writing about the death of his child from As we roll in to winter,here's a useful reminder, both of what to look out for, and of why vaccines are, IMHO a moral/social duty
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Mairéad Hearne| Swirl and Thread 📚 Sep 13
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James Mayhew Sep 13
is by Michel Simeon, for a less known, very early (1967) interpretation of "James & The Giant Peach" (belatedly in honour of ). Appropriately spidery linework captures the more sinister side of this tale.
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Nuwan in solidarity Sep 14
Celebrating . Roald Dahl made my childhood so much larger than life.
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RSPCA (England & Wales) Sep 13
🐶🎩On , happy chappy Charlie is looking for an active owner! He's a smart, lively boy who knows sit, down, and his name on command, and loves playing with his ball! If you could you give Charlie his golden ticket, here:
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Galloway's Sep 13
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CHS_The Library Sep 18
Move over we have some competition in town🎨. The winners of the dream jar competition are Leen, Roua and Megan. The standard was amazing, thanks to everyone who entered.
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Dosbarth Ebwy yr3 Sep 18
Don't forget we will be celebrating Roald Dahl Day on Friday this week! Dress up as your favourite character!
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Colleen Holub Sep 29
by Roald Dahl is now an animated series on . It is sooo good! And since September is Roald Dahl’s birth month you can celebrate by watching. Yay!
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Julie Woodard Sep 13
Roald Dahl - my favorite author in the history of ever. 📚 happiest of Roald Dahl Days to you all my childers...
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Lauren Jansen-Parkes Sep 13
When I was 5 years old took me and my friends to see The Giraffe, The Pelly and Me at and it inspired a love of reading and theatre that's never gone away. Also a mild obsession with old fashioned sweet shops.
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Chris Lynch Writes Stuff Sep 13
It's and I've just realised I'm a few months off being a bona-fide kids/YA author. First thing I've ever written it was safe to read to my own kids and probably the most fun I've ever had behind the keyboard. Huge thanks to and the crew!
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Tiverton Primary Sch Sep 29
Another successful sleepover completed. The children had an amazing experience and are rushing off to tell their families all about it. Thank you to our wonderful teachers who volunteered to run the sleepover. Such amazing events could not happen without you.
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Provident Sep 13
For your last chance to a for ... Tell us which you'll find the below in! "Never grow up...always down."
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Miss Gorman Sep 13
Think happy thoughts 💛🧡
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Sarah Sep 13
Happy remeber folks, you're favourite childhood author once said Hitler "didn't just pick on them for no reason" so maybe let's all stop glorifying him just because you loved Matilda as a kid x
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Rosanna Cooney Sep 14
Words to breathe in and let swirl around .
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Yasmin Sep 13
Just b4 ends I just want 2 say that was a sexist, , anti-black supremacist+anti-Semitic foul character whose racism was heavily edited out of his work. Just do u know
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Watford Palace Sep 13
Happy Roald Dahl Day! We are less than 2 months away until our fabulous Hertfordshire County Youth Theatre present The Witches, continuing our excellent tradition of presenting well loved Dahl classics...
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