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The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More by Roald Dahl
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Nov 15, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: 10th-grade-1st-quarter
Read in January, 2009

Roald Dahl has been my favorite childhood author, and still is today. I still enjoy all of his books because of the writing style he uses. He is not afraid to get down and dirty with graphic stories and rhymes and the occasional naughty words. The book I have read recently is called The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and Six More.
The book is made up of 7 different stories, all supposedly "true" which include stories of a child talking to animals, a hitchhiker with a most peculiar talent, a man named Henry Sugar who wants the ability to see through a playing card to win money, and a few more.
The book is perfect for children and adults who have a vivid and wild imagination, for this book requires both in order for someone to fully enjoy it. Take a chance, go out, and read this book.
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