• Title: Roald Dahl's Mischief and Mayhem
  • Author: Roald Dahl Quentin Blake
  • ISBN: 9780141348797
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • Roald Dahl s Mischief and Mayhem Pranks tricks mischief and in this ideal companion book to Roald Dahl s beloved novels Professional tricksters put your cunning to the test Inside this wicked little book you ll find step by step i
    Pranks, tricks, mischief, and in this ideal companion book to Roald Dahl s beloved novels Professional tricksters put your cunning to the test Inside this wicked little book you ll find step by step instructions for making mischief and mayhem as well as outrageous jokes, fiendish quizzes, and a few smelly surprises Includes extracts from Charlie and the ChocolatePranks, tricks, mischief, and in this ideal companion book to Roald Dahl s beloved novels Professional tricksters put your cunning to the test Inside this wicked little book you ll find step by step instructions for making mischief and mayhem as well as outrageous jokes, fiendish quizzes, and a few smelly surprises Includes extracts from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Matilda, The BFG, The Witches, and Like The Missing Golden Ticket and Other Splendiferous Secrets, this book is a wonderful complement to Roald Dahl novels, with tons of great extras fans will love It s the perfect way to complete your Dahl collection

    One Reply to “Roald Dahl's Mischief and Mayhem”

    1. This book contains recipes to do mischief and create mayhem. It is not supposed to be read by adults, it says Well, let's bring forth our inner child then! :))It's a fun read, and makes me want to buy all Roald Dahl's books :3

    2. I read this while testing out some new ebook software offered by my public library. This didn't really have anything that was new, but it was a quick and easy way to revisit bits of some favorite Dahl titles. Some of the suggested "mischief and mayhem" tricks were very silly and definitely not my favorite part of the book. I would suggest going to the actual Dahl books instead of this, if at all possible.

    3. This was a fun way to re-read some of Roald Dahl's funniest passages from his writing. The author had her suggestions for mischief as well, some of which was funny and some of which was a bit dull.

    4. Rereading Roald Dahl's stories is always a pleasurable experience.But I don't really fancy about the tricks and pranks at the end of each story.

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