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The Green Ship by Quentin Blake

‘I can remember very clearly, even now, what it was like when we climbed over the wall into the garden of the big house. We knew we weren’t supposed to… but we were on the lookout for adventure.’ 523 more words

Quentin Blake

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Even spontaan en lekker snel. Hallo Quentin Blake.

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George's Marvellous Medicine, Roald Dahl - Book Review

Title: George’s Marvellous Medicine
Author: Roald Dahl
Genre: children’s book, classic, fiction
Release Date: 1981
Length:  104 pages


George Kranky’s Grandma is a miserable grouch. 486 more words

Book Reviews

Roald-Dahl Marathon: The Enormous Crocodile

Among Roald Dahls’ books, this is the funniest one I have ever read so far. It is so entertaining that I chuckle at it  rather than be annoyed at the boastfulness of the greedy,  enormous crocodile.  661 more words


Survival tactics

Fridays are fabulous when I cross the Bosphorus with one of my favorite books from childhood.

Quentin Blake: Arrows of Love @ the House of Illustration

The House of Illustration just north of King’s Cross station, London, contains three exhibition spaces.

The Main Gallery (four rooms) is currently hosting a fascinating exhibition of posters and other everyday products from North Korea, highlighting the distinctive graphic design and colour palette of that most isolated of countries. 649 more words



Author: Roald Dahl

Artist: Quentin Blake

Type: Fiction, novel

Published: 1988

I read it: February 2018

Man, Roald Dahl really hates adults. 573 more words