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THE BFG

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Dahl's elemental fix on kids' consciousness gets this off to a surefire shivery start, with orphan Sophie, awake st the witching hour, snatched from her bed by a giant hand and carried off to a land of giants clear off the last page of the atlas. But Sophie's kidnapper is really friendly (hence BFG for Big Friendly Giant) and does not eat humans as she had feared, but occupies himself gathering ... Read full review

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This is the greatest book ever! It has a lot of twists and it's confusing, yet wonderful! It's so magical! It's the best of the best!

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It is a good book

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It was great. I liked where England got the 9 giants. It was funny that the 2 men that climbed over the fence and fell in learned their lesson but they can't now get a second chance.

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cute fantisy filled story ever

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this is bad people are dead because if this my son rob the builder read this and he said no

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super duper

Review: The BFG

User Review  - Ashley - Goodreads

LOVED this book; very imaginative and full of adventure. The BFG was endearing and gave a good healthy dose of "real talk" in regards to humans and how we interact with one another and the world around us. Read full review

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4 stars
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3 stars
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2 stars
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All reviews - 115
5 stars - 65
4 stars - 21
3 stars - 13
1 star - 2
Unrated - 10

All reviews - 115

All reviews - 115
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