Se le Bestie sono Sporche, noi perché le mangiamo? Non è più giusto che esse mangino noi, così Belli Puliti Profumati?
- ISBN: 886918739X
- Casa Editrice: Salani
- Pagine: 48
- Data di uscita: 22-09-2016
Rowie, to whom I read this book yesterday, would like other four-year-olds to know that it has a flying cow who poos on someone's head. You can see a picture and everything.
I am currently trying to read all of Roald Dahl's books and re-read a lot of them. This book was about multiple different "creatures," which were real animals with twists. "Stingaling the scorpion to Crocky-Wock the crocodile, Dahl's animals are nothing short of ridiculous. A clever pig with an unment Leggi tutto
What?!? There's a Dahl book that I'd not previously read!! This second collection of poem's doesn't quite match the brilliance of Revolting Rhythms, though his humorously dark take on various animals is still a fun quirky read. My favourite of these tales was the opening poem concerning an intelligent Leggi tutto
Though I was pretty much disturbed by the darkness of the allegory it contains, still very rich symbolic language which is easy to interpret in many different ways. But of course I am not going to read it to my child, at least not before 15 ))))
Sweet, charming and extremely entertaining. Audiobook Comments Miriam Margolyes, Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig read this one - and they made it a super fun listen. YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat @miranda_reads
Alongside Revolting Rhymes this is an absolute must have book. Full of fun, at times slightly naughty tales that kids will adore this once again proves why Roald Dahl is so beloved to children (and adults) worldwide.
An over-the-top account of some perfectly ridiculous beasts with exaggerated qualities, and somewhat gory. But an absolutely fun casual read!
All and all it wasn't too bad, definitely not as brilliant as his novels. I just tolerated reading some parts because of Quentin Blake's fantastic illustrations. And don't get me wrong, I'm a huge crazy Roald Dahl fan! "The Tummy Beast" and "The Toad and the Snail" were genuinely funny for example.
This book contains some of Roald Dahl's best and funniest poems. My daughter had to hide under the covers when I read about children being eaten by lions, alligators and ant-eaters. So she has only given this book 4 stars as it was scary.
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