Monday, 2 December 2019

Summer learning journey. Activity 3

Activity 3: Big Friendly Giants
Roald Dahl was a British writer, fighter pilot, spy, and inventor.
 He is best known as an author having written dozens of books, 
 books, including the BFG, have been made into films. Have you seen 
any of them?
In each of Roald Dahl’s books there are many unique characters, 
including adult villains (the evil, nasty characters) and good, 
kind-hearted children. There are also a number of unique words - 
words that Roald Dahl created all by himself. Here are some 
examples: Scrumdiddlyumptious, catasterous disastrophe, 
sizzle pan, bundongle, churgle, darksome, snozzcumber, frumpet, gollup, grunches, and mideous.

Ronald Dahl BGF

The BFG stands for The Big Friendly Giant. The Giant has big ears, a very big mouth and all of the things that a human has the giant has it too but bigger. 

What I think The B F G looks, He looks tall, he looks very old, he's big, he has hair in his ear, he has a big nose, and he is wrinkly.
Thats basically all I know about the BFG 

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