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QUENTIN BLAKE: LIFE UNDER WATER - A HASTINGS CELEBRATION │ Jerwood Gallery, Hastings → 6 September 2015

The Pirate Family, 2015

Ice Lollies, 2015

Life Under Water – A Hastings Celebration, 2015

GALLERYARTIST

“Đ seḷbretd Čildṛn’z Lwrı̣t, most fems fr hiz c̣laḅrešnz wɖ Rowld Dāl, hz crietd 26 ny wrcs ɖt šo ɖ vîbṛnsi v ɖs historic tân n ɖ sì ɖt dfînz it” 24 more words

Telegraph

Matilda, Author- Roald Dahl, Book Review by Nora Garg, age 8 years

Matilda is a story about a girl. But not any ordinary girl! Unlike other parents, her parents don’t like her! because they think if there is  a television there is no reason to a read a little book. 212 more words

Age Group 7 To 10+

The Mays Twenty Three

I did a thing, and it’s in a book! (Or: I did a thing, and my name is in a book. But whatever.)

I’ve been in charge of publicity and events for this year’s edition of The Mays anthology, which has been super fun. 103 more words

Cambridge

Dahl-ing with Adulthood

ADULTHOOD IS THE WORST. I’ve been whining about this for the past few weeks, nay, months, but I’ll happily say it again. Five months after I reluctantly donned the mantle of adulthood and started working full-time I’m still not used to it. 670 more words

Books

Childhood Book Injustices Part 1

I occasionally have to remind myself which one is Quentin Blake and which one is Quentin Crisp, but like pretty much all other children of the western world and beyond, I have an enormous love for Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake. 412 more words

Reading

Keeping it all together

Whenever I’m really angry or upset about something, I think about how Roald Dahl translated all of his inner thoughts into the world’s most genius (and twisted) collections of short stories. 259 more words

Nomad

Depression, Darkness, Sadness and Gloom

I know the title of this post isn’t cheery but thank you for sticking with it. I want to recommend Michael Rosen’s SAD BOOK to you. 287 more words

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