The Giant And The Girl Saving The World

I read Roald Dahl’s book The BFG. It’s a story about Sophie who is 8 years old, an orphan girl who ends up being friends with this Big Friendly Giant.

The story begins when sophie lays on her bed at night and she suddenly feels like going to the window to look at the street. And when she looks on the street, she notices this very big giant. Then The BFG kidnaps Sophie, and she is scared that the giant is gonna eat her, but they end up being best friends. If it would have been any other giant, sophie would have been dead in a second, but The BFG is different.

Together Sophie and The BFG start to think how to stop the other giants from eating human. The BFG tells Sophie how he mixes up dreams to blow through a trumpet into the rooms of sleeping children. They invent to use the dream mixing to get the Queen of England to realize the problem with the giants and help the children who are in trouble.

The BGF is a very good book. Even if it’s meant specially for kids, I dont find it boring at all. It is kind of hard to judge the book because it’s a children’s book and I cant find anything bad to say about it. I think it is lovely, hilarious and interesting to read!  When you read this book, it just makes you smile.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Sanna
    Dec 10, 2010 @ 11:46:12

    First what I saw was that big big biiiiiig person on the cover of book! It is little scary, but I know he is kind and honest so I can trust her. The book sounds very funny and nice, I have to consider read that book! Nice story of The kind giant and little Sophie! Good job again Jasmin!

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