Boy: tales of childhood
In "Boy", Roald Dahl recounts his days as a child growing up in England. From his years as a prankster at boarding school to his envious position as a chocolate tester for Cadbury's, Dahl's boyhood was as full of excitement and the unexpected as are his world-famous, bestselling books.
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Papa and Mama
Llandaff Cathedral School 19235 age 79
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