The Twits By Roald Dahl Book Report

The Twits By Roald Dahl Book Report-58
These monkeys are treated very cruelly and forced by Mr Twit to perform circus tricks all day.Eventually the monkeys meet the Rolly Polly bird who helps hem escape from their cage and get back at the Twits by playing a joke of their own.' After finishing school Roald Dahl, in search of adventure, travelled to East Africa to work for a company called Shell.

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This is the story of a terrible old couple who hate each other and the whole world around them and they play awful jokes on each other to amuse themselves.

Eventually the story moves on and away from their jokes and begins to focus on the monkeys they keep in the garden.

This family of monkeys has had enough of the Twits’ tricks and, with the help of the handsome Roly-Poly Bird, they decide it’s time for sweet revenge…

First Published in 1980 I remember reading this as a child, so when I saw it in a Secondhand Book Fair I had to buy it for Alex.

It was here that Roald Dahl began to tell his five children made-up bedtime stories and from those that he began to consider writing stories for children.

An old wooden shed in the back garden, with a wingbacked armchair, a sleeping bag to keep out the cold, an old suitcase to prop his feet on and always, always six yellow pencils at his hand, was where Roald created the worlds of The BFG, The Witches, James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and many, many more.

While the book doesn’t have any curricular themes it does have underlying messages about morality and friendship which is useful when considering the target audience which is quite obviously young children. Twit's Upside Down Monkey's prevent The Twit's in capturing birds for their weekly bird pie, The Twit's come up with a solution.

I love this story because it has nonsensical themes and it is a good laugh to read. Twit having rotten food stuck in his grizzly beard and Mrs. However, the Upside Down Monkeys have another idea, so with the help of the Rolly Polly bird and the other birds, karma comes back around to The Twits.

Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book!

"If a person has ugly thoughts, it begins to show on the face. Twit are the smelliest, ugliest people in the world. About the Author Roald Dahl, the best-loved of children's writers, was born in Wales of Norwegian parents.


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