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The Witches by Roald Dahl

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The Witches by Roald Dahl
We are so utterly grateful to Mr. Dahl for disclosing to us via his grandmother, that witches could be anyone in disguise, anyone at all.

“REAL WITCHES dress in ordinary clothes and look very much like ordinary women. They live in ordinary houses and they work in ORDINARY JOBS.”

Though the details of a witch are graphic, i.e. witches wear wigs and gloves, have a purple tint to their eyes, square feet, have a keen sense of smell, hate children, in fact would love to rid the world of them.

Yes Mr. Dahl sent shivers up our spines and made us really trrified of these creatures. But we loved that!

The Witches plans are to rid the world of children through chocolate. Little did they know that it could be used on them as well.

Never knowing when we might run into a witch, I’ve uncovered their secret chocolate ball recipe which can turn one into a mouse, if you’re not careful of course. I won’t disclose my sources, but all said we’ve had lots of success with these fantastic chocolate balls.

Something To Do Book Review: Please have a look below to find the recipe for your very own  mouse turning chocolate balls. These are so easy to make and often the first recipe my children do on their own. Enjoy!

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4 thoughts on “The Witches by Roald Dahl

  1. We just read this as a family – what a delight Roald Dahl is. We followed it up with The Twits… another fave is The Magic Finger!

  2. We love both of those as well. I think Roald Dahl is one of our favorite authors. Matilda is one of our all time favorites and then there is James and the Giant Peach. The list goes on and on. So glad you love him too. Happy Reading.

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