Welcome to Hannah Reads, a new weekly feature on A Spirited Mind. Our guest blogger, Hannah, is a voracious reader with strong opinions who hopes her reviews will inspire the younger set. In addition to reading, Hannah enjoys writing family newspapers, producing plays, and creating imaginary games with small odds-and-ends she repurposes as miniature worlds.
Hannah’s Review of Roald Dahl’s The BFG
The BFG is a wonderful story by Roald Dahl about a little girl named Sophie. The story begins when Sophie is captured by the BFG (Big Friendly Giant). The BFG is actually the smallest giant and is called a runt by the other giants. Unlike the other giants, the BFG does not eat kids. His self-appointed job is to give good dreams to children.
The BFG takes Sophie to the land of the giants, where she sees the other giants who eat kids. One day, Sophie makes a daring plan to destroy all the giants. Will she succeed? Read The BFG to find out!
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