Friday, December 15, 2006

Matilda by Roald Dahl


Matilda lives in a very nice house but doesn't have very nice parents. When she was born she had an astonishing power and that power was... (you have to find that out in the book). Matilda is a very clever girl. She read all the books in the children's section of the library by the time she was 4 and read 'grown up' books before she went to school.

Some of the characters in the book are really nasty. Her dad sells dangerous cars for unfair prices. Her Head Mistress puts children 'in the CHOCKEY!!!!!' to make them suffer.

This really is a good book because many funny bits happen. I hope you enjoy the same fun I have had with these books. I have been reading them for a long time (but not since I was 3) after all, I am 7.

I have my own box of Roal Dahl books and I enjoy them it a lot especially the Matilda. Have a
look for some more fun adventuers in Roald Dahl books in your school library.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a cool book I will have to go to the library and borrow it so I can find out what her fabulous power is!

Anonymous said...

Great review - cant wait to read it!

Anonymous said...

Wow Samuel - you make this book sound great. Keep up the great reviews!

Anonymous said...

I am just learning about Blogs - it was good to see your comments.

Anonymous said...

Hi Samuel, great blog. My daughter Emma also has a blog - her teacher last year got his class started. We are both just learning about blogs. We live in Ceduna, South Australia, on a farm. I teach at one of the local primary schools. Emma is 10, and has a brother Jacob who is eight. Emma and I have both read Matilda and thought it was a great book, too. Roald Dahl is a very clever writer, don't you think?

Happy blogging!
Tracey

Anonymous said...

I loved Roald Dahl growing up; glad to see he still has fans :) Like your blog; keep up the good work!

From far away in Huntsville, AL (US)

Ros Robinson said...

I love Matilda too!!!! Roald Dahl has written some fantastic things. You should read James and the Giant Peach, it is amazing!

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