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Danny, Champion of the World
Roald Dahl



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15 comments on “Danny, Champion of the World

  1. ograham says:

    Roald Dahl is such a creative writer his ideas are so outrages yet great. This a book that I enjoyed reading with my dad when I was younger. It is such a great story!

  2. Rocco Lopez-Gutierrez says:

    This is my most favourite story to read with my Dad.

  3. csimmons says:

    My favourite part of the book is when Danny finds out that his dad is a poacher and he says you can carry on poaching only if he tells him when he is going.

  4. pfigueroasheldon says:

    I think this book is the best. I love how Danny and his dad trick all of the people into thinking that the pheasants were gone. I would recommend this book to anyone great!!

  5. aharper says:

    I would recommend this because all Roald Dahl is great at making up stories.

  6. abrooks says:

    Ok book but poaching is cruel to animals to kill them just for the fun !!!!!!

  7. dreynolds says:

    Ok book but poaching is not a great this to do killing animals is cruel just for the fun of it

  8. hcookson says:

    This is a fun book. My favourite part was when they went into the forest and put sleeping tablets in the raisins and all the pheasants fell asleep.

  9. kgravil says:

    This is a great book if you love surprises because there are poachers and they are trying to get away

  10. Aaron Mobereola says:

    A great book for people who like shocks

  11. dreynolds says:

    This book is about the best book I’ve read (except the three Bolds books). It’s so sad/happy but I just can’t tell you more because I can’t remember.

  12. bdavies says:

    Brilliant book with the connections between father and son.

  13. fpatten says:

    I think this Is a great story of father and son go out on an expedition dodging guards and so on. The two of them hunt down many pheasants in their local forest.

  14. fsmith says:

    Danny champion of the world is a great book about a heist but not a normal one this was the greatest hiest of all, a pheasant robbery. The book is about a magical bond between father and son.

    1. Mr Milne says:

      Lovely comment Finlay! Mr Milne