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Boy: Tales of Childhood
Boy Tales of Childhood
Author: Roald Dahl
Many remarkable things did indeed happen to Roald Dahl when he was a boy, and maybe that's where some of the marvelous ideas for his world-famous, best-selling books came from. There's the motor car ride which nearly cost him his nose, the terrifying matron who crept silently down the school corridor, glorious family summer holidays in Norway, a...  more »
ISBN: 396451
Publication Date: 1984
Pages: 176
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Publisher: Trumpet
Book Type: Paperback
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Richard Dahl writes tales of his own childhood; fascinating and funny. He nearly lost his nose in a car accident, was a chocolate candy tester for Cadbury's, was involved in the Great Mouse Plot of 1924, writes of his first day of school, on writing letters home, about homesickness, and other subjects. The book is one full of laughs...