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Roald Dahl

Roald Dahl Word of the Week: wispy-misty

wispy-misty (adjective) wispy-mistier, wispy-mistiest Definition: light and floaty, like mist that you can barely see Example: ‘Dreams,’ he said, ‘is very mysterious things. They is floating around in the air like little wispy-misty bubbles.’ – The BFG Oxford Roald Dahl Dictionary Please note: all book links lead to more information on Amazon.co.uk Oxford Roald Dahl … Read more

Roald Dahl Day 2018

An extra-usual talent Few writers have left such a gloriumptious legacy as Roald Dahl. His books continue to delight and inspire children (and adults) across the world, making lifelong impressions on readers through their wit, originality and underlying warmth. From the magical absurdism of James and the Giant Peach to the outrageous villainy of The … Read more