Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Dahl-Ightful Day

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Dahl-Ightful Day

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Byline: YOU PLAN YOUR TIME TOGETHER With Janet Tansley

GET ready for Roald Dahl Day. This special event in memory of the author who has brought joy to millions of children and adults worldwide takes place every year on September 13 - the great man's birthday!

Who doesn't love Roald Dahl books? They're full of fun and imagination - and they never get old.

Everyone is sweet on Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, many love to get stuck into James and The Giant Peach, and some are even brave enough to tackle The Witches.

So, how can you celebrate Roald Dahl Day? There's lots of things to do...

You can watch a movie |or read one, or a few, of his books - they're easy to sail through.

why not be creative, |and write a Dahl-esque story of your own? If you head to - there are even tips from the man himself.

| Dress up as one of your |favourite characters from his books. You could be Willy Wonka, Matilda or you could turn yourself into a disgusting, horrible Twit (but briefly). …

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