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ГДВ

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Софи и ГДВ са добри приятели. Софи е малко момиченце, а ГДВ е Голям Дружелюбен Великан. За беда неговите събратя не са никак дружелюбни. Плътояд, Костотрошача, Кръвопиеца, Касапчето и останалите гиганти са свирепи и зли.
Само Софи и ГДВ могат да спасят света веднъж завинаги от тях.
Paperback, 222 pages
Published 2005 by Пан (first published 1982)
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    Ellen YES!!! It is extremely loveable. If you like this, I reccomend James and the Giant Peach
    Isabelle I agree! I really recommend this book to parents who have kids that range from 8-10 years of age. Dahl takes you to a wonderland that at first you are…moreI agree! I really recommend this book to parents who have kids that range from 8-10 years of age. Dahl takes you to a wonderland that at first you are afraid but then, its the best thing you know. Its great, because it shows how something as a giant, or anything out of the ordinary is scary, but, when you come into contact more than twice, its the best person you've met.(less)
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    Petra X
    Do you know what the BFG stood for before his publisher told him he had to think of other words for the acronym? Dahl wasn't joking either, not at all. This story is of a man's interest in a prepubescent girl. The first thing he does is enter her bedroom in the middle of the night and kidnap her. Taking her away from the orphanage she lives in to the land of the extremely unfriendly giants who, in the original draft forced the little girl to look at their giant 'clubs'. But the BFG's different, ...more
    Natalie
    “The witching hour, somebody had once whispered to her, was a special moment in the middle of thenight when every child and every grown-up was in a deep deep sleep, and all the dark things came outfrom hiding and had the world to themselves.”

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    After finishing the last page of this incredibly intruiging book, I immediately wanted to reread it to my little sister.
    I picked The BFG up right after watching the newly released trailer and I’m so happy that I did. The trailer alone looked beautiful, so I
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    Jennifer
    Like many others, I remember the Roald Dahl books that I read, or had read to me, during my childhood fondly, including Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, and especially, Matilda. Perhaps because I expected to have the same childhood reading adventure as I had with those books, I liked, but did not love, The BFG. I think that Dahl's idea for the story is a creative one, but little things, such as the puns on the names of countries when the BFG describes the taste of "h ...more
    Alex
    Feb 15, 2008 Alex rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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    P
    Apr 13, 2016 P rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    Shelves: young-adult
    I really love this book. It's pretty short but the story is very joyful. The BFG is a good giant, he intrigued me with his own language from the first. Sophie is a girl kidnapped from her bed and her adventure just begins when she and the BFG have to stop the ruthless giants before they devour all of human beans.

    Dahl could create the book that hooked me from the beginning and the ending of this book was so delightful, I felt very happy after I finished it. I like his writing style, it captivates
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    Sarah Churchill
    Reread because the trailer for the upcoming movie got me all excited! Classic, love this story so much.
    Justine
    I'm not going to lie, I'm rather disappointed with BFG (which I've never read before)-- but is the favorite Dahl book of many of my friends. I found it to be pretty grating and not that pleasant a read for the following reasons:

    1) Jar Jar Binks factor. The BFG speaks in his weird, uneducated pigdin that I frankly find kind of insulting. I'm sure children around the English speaking world are all thrilled by what Dahl has created-- but honestly, even for a word-monger like me, this is pretty ridi
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    Evelyn (devours and digests words)
    I grinned from ear to ear, I laughed out loud, and I even nodded in grave seriousness. These are the reactions The BFG had evoked from me.


    ‘Human beans is the only animals that is killing their own kind. Even poisnowse snakes is never killing each other. Nor is the most fearsome creatures like tigers and rhinostossterisses. None of them is ever killing their own kind. Has you ever thought about that?’

    - The BFG


    (If you're amused or puzzled at the poor usage of grammar and spellings, I don't quit
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    Jessika
    Excuse me while I get up on my soapbox. I love Roald Dahl. I always have, and I always will. Although some may disagree with me, I think the most important thing that a child can be encouraged to do is to dream big. There isn't a children's book that Dahl has written that doesn't kickstart the imagination. Now, I admit, I'm only 19, so I don't pretend to know a lot about child-raising, but I stand by what I said--it's important for kids to imagine and believe in the impossible. I mean, c'mon--as ...more
    Jim Ef
    Jan 26, 2016 Jim Ef rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    Late night, you can’t sleep. Moonlight hits your eyes so you get up to close the curtains. What do you see? Probably nothing, you just close the curtains and return to bed. That’s not the case for Sophie. She saw something, she saw him
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    When the giant grubs her with his big arms she’s certainly that he will eat her. She was wrong, not that giants don’t eat kids it’s just that this giant doesn’t eat kids or humans in general. Because this giant, this giant is the BFG (Big friendly giant). He
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    Casey ~Kaleidoscopic Killer of the Deep~
    My sweet six year old picked the BFG as our next read-aloud book after finishing Matilda. It stared out well and he giggled every time the giant said something goofy but as the chapters went on I could tell his interest was waning. When we read Matilda and The Mouse and the Motorcycle he would beg nearly every night for an extra chapter. With the BFG things were a bit different, around the middle he started choosing to watch tv for a half hour before bed instead of a chapter.

    However, once we
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    Alex
    Jun 07, 2016 Alex rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Shelves: 2014, children
    "Human beans is thinking they is very clever, but they is not. They is nearly all of them notmuchers and squeakpips," says the BFG in Roald Dahl's most philosophical work, and, well, that's about accurate I guess, and I'm not sure how I feel about exposing an eight-year-old to this kind of truth. Fine? Might as well start 'em sometime? "Human beans is the only animals that is killing their own kind," he also says, which is not actually true but the point is more or less valid. And "Just because ...more
    Elizabeth McDonald
    Aug 17, 2008 Elizabeth McDonald rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Recommends it for: those in touch with their inner child
    Recommended to Elizabeth by: Mrs. Hirschberg, ca. 1991
    Shelves: british, reread, childrens
    I loved this book when I re-read it about a month ago just as much as I loved it when my third-grade teacher read it aloud to my class seventeen years ago. The Big Friendly Giant himself is charming, and I have always loved the cameo appearance of a certain very famous Brit. (I would love to know this person's opinion of the story, too - I personally would be delighted in their shoes.)
    Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣
    First of all, I read this book in my native language and I think much of the BFG's way of speaking was lost in the translation process. While reading, I was constantly wondering what the original words might have been.

    Second, my son had to read The BFG for school. I think the story failed to fully capture his attention. So, he found himself in the situation in which tomorrow is the Reading Club at school and he didn't read it. As his reading speed is quite low for his 8 years, I read the book to
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    Trish
    Jan 21, 2016 Trish rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    So this was ... different.
    In the beginning I really wasn't sure whether to give this 3 or 4 stars.
    You see, at first I wasn't all that much into the story. Sure, it was nice but the way the BFG talked was a bit tiresome and the story also seemed to drag on a little making it only slightly better than the 2nd Charlie Bucket book and not as good as the one about the giant peach.
    However, it might just have been my mood (for some reason not much could hold my interest which is why I read quite a lot
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    Philip
    I'm a huge, huge Roald Dahl fan. I loved him as a kid. My favorite book is a toss-up between The Witches and Matilda.

    Liz and I had agreed that we wouldn't read Matilda or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory out loud to the kids, so they would be able to experience it themselves. I would read The Witches, but I'm not sure if all of my kids could handle it yet.

    So, it fell to The BFG. All three were in for most of the reading, though Poppy (being 3) left for large swaths. This was the longest book Gw
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    Chiara Pagliochini
    «Io è un diverso! Io è un gentile gigante confusionato! Io è il solo gentile gigante confusionato in tutto il Paese dei Giganti! Io è il GRANDE GIGANTE GENTILE! Io è il GGG. E qual è il tuo nome?»

    Vi confesso un segreto. Questo è il mio primo Roald Dahl. Scandaloso, lo so: vero che non lo direte a nessuno? Conoscevo due storie di Dahl attraverso il filtro del cinema (Matilda sei mitica aka la mia infanzia & La fabbrica di cioccolato), ma non avevo mai letto niente di suo, pertanto era arrivat
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    Jason
    May 03, 2016 Jason rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
    "What a spiffling whoppsy room we is in! It is so gigantuous I is needing bicurculers!"

    Please kill me now. No, I mean it. Seriously. Kill me now.

    "I am brimfull of buzzburgers, This is a sizzling-hot muckfrumping country..."

    Please, God. Oh please, please God, make it stop, make it stop, just make it...

    "What a phizz-whizzing flushbunking seat. I is going to be as bug as a snug in a rug up here..."

    NOOOO!! Sweet mother of God!!!!

    Am I still alive? Is it over? Please tell me it's over.

    I scan throug
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    Stacey (prettybooks)
    This is a short blogpost taken from Thoughts on Roald Dahl: The BFG, The Witches & Fantastic Mr. Fox.

    The BFG is my second favourite Roald Dahl novel after Matilda. I watched the animated film as a child and now I realise it's a flawless adaptation. I adored fearless Sophie and the Big Friendly Giant, and their friendship, although that moment when The BFG first sees Sophie still gives me the chills! The BFG is a classic Roald Dahl story, full of dark humour – the other giants really are brut
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    Jennifer
    Sep 07, 2011 Jennifer rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    The BGF
    Roald Dahl
    Jennifer Pierpoint


    The BFG, famously written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake is a fictional fantasy story about a young girl who finds friendship in an unexpected place. It is a prime example of the way in which a simple story can engage the imagination of the younger reader. Visual and linguistic stimuli can be used to great effect, in this case to give the characters personalities that children can easily relate to. The use of language also effectively and inve
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    Joy
    Jun 19, 2007 Joy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Recommends it for: the child at heart
    I first found this book in about 2nd grade at my school Library. I borrowed it since I'd read most of Roald Dahl's other children's books and had my dad read it to me. Let me point out that my father is the best story-teller/reader. He does voices for everyone and he has this great English accent that is perfect for Roald Dahl books. I fell in love with the simple giant who has deep insights, the wonderful adventures, the dream collecting, the possibility of little girls doing great things, and ...more
    Jennifer
    Scarier than I remembered (damn those monsters really ate little kids!)

    But of course this is another Dahl classic. I guess I was charmed the most by The Queen's appearance in the story (Does The Queen know about this? Has she read "The BFG", did Wills and Harry read it as kids- like we all did- and think, "Hey, that's Gran!"? -All good questions.)

    I also liked the part at the Castle when they had to make a really big table, chair, plate, ect... so the BFG could have breakfast with them, this was
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    Alissa Patrick

    This is such a charming and cute little story about an orphan befriending a Big Friendly Giant who gives little children dreams and tries to stop 9 mean and ugly other giants who steal
    "human beans" from their bed and eat them. It's a ridiculous story but I remember my elementary school teacher reading it aloud to us. Reading it as an adult, I can recall so much of the story, which speaks volumes to how much it resonated with me.

    Roald Dahl is definitely part of my childhood and I cherish all of
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    Klinta (book owly)
    Full review.
    I read it because of the upcoming film and the trailer seemed really magical.

    This book was very cute and in my opinion was a lot better than The Witches. It showed real emotions that a child might feel as fear, happiness and anger and sure, most of the events are really unlikely to happen, but they were fairy tale-ish enough to believe them.

    And this story wasn't dark, because there weren't much of descriptions of the really scary things, which makes me feel like it would be a good
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    Simona
    Rating: 5/5



    Cu toate că îmi plac mult cărțile pentru copii, acestea nu reușesc mereu să mă captureze atât de mult pe cât mi-aș dori. Sunt extrem de fericită pentru că m-am gândit să lecturez o carte care stă la baza filmului The BFG (Big Friendly Giant)ce va apărea în câteva luni în cinematografe.

    MUP (Marele Uriaș Prietenos)de Roald Dahla reapărut la Editura Arthurrecent și în colecția Cărțile Copilăriei. Este prima mea carte din această colecție și m-am îndrăgostit imediat de formatul micuț al c
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    Hanne
    Sep 07, 2012 Hanne rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Shelves: childhood-favs
    Every kids' nightmare: you're lying at night in bed, awake, you hear something, you get out of bed, see a huge monstrous thing. You sneak back in bed, trembling, hoping it didn't see you, and then a huge hand snatches you right out of bed. No matter how much i like the BFG, I still don't want him to do that to me. I must admit that i'm not that adventurous.

    As with all Roald Dahl books, this book is full with little touches. Like the confession that all Giants are afraid of Jack. 'Jack is the onl
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    Cheryl
    Jun 24, 2016 Cheryl rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    Reread for Children's Books group: Fiction Club.

    Oh goodness. This is a fantasy, not at all scary imo, unless perhaps in that 'deliciously shivery' way some folks talk about. But if it does bother you or your child, steer clear of all Dahl.

    "Dahl's Chickens," the author of Nicholas Nickleby, indeed.

    I also particularly enjoyed the descriptions of dreams, like the one from (for?) the poor child whose creative writing is marked down for spelling and "puntulashon."

    I like how, in my edition at least, t
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    Freija
    Apr 29, 2016 Freija rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    La mia rilettura dei libri di Dahl procede spedita: questa volta é toccato al GGG, di cui oltretutto dovrebbe uscire a breve la trasposizione cinematografica.
    Che dire, una delle opere dell' autore che preferisco! Lo strano linguaggio con cui si esprime il gigante gentile é spassoso (sarei curiosa di leggerlo in lingua in futuro per vedere come erano originariamente i giochi di parole) e lo humor tipico dello scrittore, la dolcezza, i piccoli insegnamenti morali e le avventure che lui e Sofia af
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    Meghan Krogh
    Jan 18, 2016 Meghan Krogh rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
    Shelves: xy, royals
    Exquisite.
    Sara J.
    Jul 05, 2015 Sara J. rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
    This was my probably one of my first Roald Dahl books - read to my by my Class 6 middle school teacher Ms. Knowles at St. Chrysostom's Primary School (funny how certain things stick in your head that way). Such a great, great story. The best element were the dreams in bottles collection (yeah - I can just see my hoarder tendencies coming out here :p).

    I guess, in a way, this was my first 'audio book' - or at least the first one I remember. Haha.

    Great stuff.

    Going back into my GR "read" shelf to w
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    Roald Dahl was a British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter of Norwegian descent, who rose to prominence in the 1940's with works for both children and adults, and became one of the world's bestselling authors.

    Dahl's first published work, inspired by a meeting with C. S. Forester, was Shot Down Over Libya. Today the story is published as "A Piece of Cake". The story, about his wartime a
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