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Dahl

Roald . 1916--90, British writer with Norwegian parents, noted for his short stories and such children's books as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1964)
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An unprecedented transfer of forest ownership has galvanized leaders like Dahl in communities surrounded by privately owned timberland.
Finally, Altman's long-held desire to adapt some of Dahl's macabre adult short stories into a TV series is edging closer to fruition.
Dahl's classic tale tells the story of gifted Matilda Wormwood, who is treated badly by her parents and attends a school with Trunchbull as the evil head-teacher.
Dahl hosts a daily subscription podcast on the Steve Dahl Podcast Network at dahl.com.
| Be My Bear is partnering with Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity to help fund specialist childre's nurses
Dahl was born in Cardiff in 1916 and two years ago a huge celebration took over the city streets for City of the Unexpected.
The lineup also includes the less famous books from Dahl, such as "George's Marvelous Medicine," "Going Solo" and even the author's memoir, entitled "Boy 6 Tales of Childhood." "The Magic Finger," "Dirty Beasts," "Rhyme Stew," "Henry Sugar" and "The Enormous Crocodile" are also part of the list. 
Not only did the school celebrate the works of the world-class author, it also raised PS188 for the Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity, which funds specialist children's nurses in communities across the UK.
Her husband's biographer Donald Sturrock said Charlie was made into a white character after Dahl's agent said a black child would not appeal to readers.
In partnership with the Roald Dahl Literature Estate, Cardiff council and the Welsh Government, Literature Wales has now revealed that Cardiff Castle will play host to James, the adventurous hero of James and the Giant Peach, Roald Dahl's first novel for children.
The house, which was built in 1931 and is for sale at PS825,000, is in Bexley where the Dahl family lived during WWII until they were bombed out of their home during an air-raid.
Narrated by storyteller Afsheen Hameed from Education Bay School the children listened to stories written by Roald Dahl such as 'Enormous Crocodile' and 'Big Friendly Giant' and also participated in other interactive and fun activities.