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Roald Dahl
Quirky and outlandish tales like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory made Roald Dahl a popular children's author of the 20th century. His early career as a salesman for Shell Petroleum in Africa was interrupted by World War II; Dahl joined the Royal Air Force as a pilot, saw action, and ended up as a liaison in Washington, D.C. There he met the author C.S. Forester, who encouraged Dahl to write about his war experiences. Most of Dahl's early tales were short stories for adults, often alarmingly More »
Born: September 13, 1916 (Llandaff, Wales)


Here are the answers to the Difficult Roald Dahl Quiz. ... Roald Dahl said his favourite book was The BFG, but he also particularly liked Danny the Champion of ...


Roald Dahl's favorite book that he wrote was, The Big Friendly Giant (The BFG). Roald Dahl also enjoyed books by Charles Dickens and Lewis Carroll.


Roald Dahl's favorite book out of all the books he wrote was The Big Friendly Giant (The BFG). The only thing Roald Dahl ever wrote that he was satisfied with  ...


Favorite Book of his own: Favorite Books and Authors growing up: ... While Roald Dahl spent a lot of his time writing, he also enjoyed a variety of hobbies.


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Vote for Your Favorite Roald Dahl Books. Mahita Gajanan. Sep 12, 2016. Tuesday ... Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories. +96 -78. 14. Esio Trot. +84 -68. 15.


I remember listening to an audio cassette of Roald Dahl's 'the Minpins' when I was really young. I loved it, but remember distinctly how scared I ...


James at the Giant Peach, Dahl's first children's book, started out as a bedtime ... Roald Dahl's favorite food was caviar, and his favorite scent was frying bacon.


The BFG is not Dahl's most famous work, so why does my kid treasure it above all of his other books? It all comes down to this universal feeling.