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Roald Dahl and The Chocolate Factory

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Roald Dahl was a British novelist, short story writer, poet, screenwriter and fighter pilot. His books have sold more than 250 million copies worldwide. Can you believe?

250 million copies worldwide

Born in 13th September 1916 and passed away in 23 November 1990, aged 74. His legendary books are matilda, the BFG and of course “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. I suppose you already know the Charlie and The Chocolate Factory right? The movie which includes Johnny Depp ? Golden ticket? Willie Wonka? Now you remember right?

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory wasn’t the only book that turn into a movie. His most notably Works were The BFG, The Witches, Matilda, The Fantastic Mr. Fox. He was a worldwide storyteller. He wasn’t write just kids book also he wrote for adults.

I am not going to make a list for his stories but if you ask me i can tell that my favorite choice is “Fantastic Mr. Fox”. I found that story very funny and deep. Have you ever read that? I learn something beautiful from that story “no matter what you look like i can accept you just be in your way because you are beautiful the way you are” anyways this is just my opinion.

Try to read a story of his. You will not regret. You can take out some lessons for yourself in his stories. Actually life is a story that we wrote. Everybody has a different pen to write and everybody have different style or imagination for his own story.

The way you are walking now is important to where do you get. Where is the end of your story? Can you tell? I think no… Even just for that be yourself. This is my words and my opinion.

Give a try for Roald Dahl’s stories. I am sure that you are going to have a favorite one and i am sure that you are going to take a good life lesson for your own.

He wrote legendary books. Some of them;

     roald dahl the twits

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