Fantastic Mr. Fox

Read by Roald Dahl.

Fantastic Mr Fox uses his wits to outfox three dim-witted farmers who tire of sharing their chickens with the crafty creature. Mr Fox’s chicken-thieving ways eventually endanger not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community, who must come together to fight the evil farmers — Boggis, Bunce and Bean.

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    Read by Roald Dahl.

    Fantastic Mr Fox uses his wits to outfox three dim-witted farmers who tire of sharing their chickens with the crafty creature. Mr Fox’s chicken-thieving ways eventually endanger not only his beloved family, but the whole animal community, who must come together to fight the evil farmers — Boggis, Bunce and Bean.

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  2. The Life Of Roald Dahl

    Children’s storyteller Roald Dahl was as dark and fabulous as they come. His enormously popular books – “The BFG,” “James and the Giant Peach,” “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and many more – have been read to millions of children around the world. But as every parent – and child – knows, these are not cute little stories. Horrible, peculiar, nasty things happen all the time. They happened to Roald Dahl, too.

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  3. Roald Dahl Wanted His Magical ‘Matilda’ To Keep Books Alive : NPR

    For many young readers, Dahl is a beloved author. But to Lucy Dahl, he’s also Dad. "Matilda was one of the most difficult books for him to write," she says. "I think that there was a deep genuine fear within his heart that books were going to go away and he wanted to write about it."

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