The BFGm Roald Dahl, illustrations Quentin Blake, Puffin Books, London, 1982.
This is a fascinating tale, and in many ways better than the movie. What is a giant to do when spied by a child; take her with him of course and never let her leave. Of course even though you are a vegetarian giant, all those around you are not, and the girl will eventually get eaten by one of the other giants. But what alternative is there. One of the cutest parts of this book is the language of the BFG (Big Friendly Giant) and how he confuses words, (like human bean for human being) but you can still understand what he is saying. Also the play on words in the selecting of their lunch, but you just have to read the book to understand this one. Meeting the Queen is also interesting. I think I like the movie with this regards, and the effect of the fizzy frobscottle is much more funny in the movie.
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