James and the giant peach setting description

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james and the giant peach setting description

James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl

When James accidentally drops some magic crystals by the old peach tree, strange things start to happen. The peach at the top of the tree begins to grow, and before long its as big as a house. When James discovers a secret entranceway into the fruit and crawls inside, he meets wonderful new friends--the Old-Green-Grasshopper, the dainty Ladybug, and the Centipede of the multiple boots. After years of feeling like an outsider in his aunts house, James finally found a place where he belongs. With a snip of the stem, the peach household starts rolling away--and the adventure begins!

Roald Dahls first and most widely celebrated book for young people continues to thrill readers around the world.

This is a stunning book to be cherished for its story, a superb fantasy.--Chicago Tribune

A beautifully written, fantastic book.--Christian Science Monitor

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James And The Giant Peach

James and the Giant Peach Setting & Symbolism

This website uses cookies. You can find a list of the cookies we use and what we use them for here , where you will also find information about how to change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise we'll assume you're OK to continue. James Henry Trotter lives with his two horrid aunts, Spiker and Sponge. He hasn't got a single friend in the whole wide world. That is not, until he meets the Old Green Grasshopper and the rest of the insects aboard a giant, magical peach!

The Angry Rhinoceros escapes from the London zoo in the opening chapter of the novel and eats up James' parents while they are out sightseeing. Even though the troubles for James' parents end relatively soon, it was, after all, a very hungry rhinoceros, the death of his parents leads to a world of trouble for James who is then sent to live with his two nasty aunts. The magic beans are made of crocodile tongues boiled with the skull of a dead witch and the eyeball of a lizard for twenty days. To that mixture is added the finger of a young monkey, the gizzard of a pig, the beak of a parrot, the juice of a porcupine, and three spoonfuls of sugar. The end result is tiny, luminous beans, no larger than grains of rice, that hold magic powers. James is

As Dahl's novel begins, the reader is introduced to James , a young boy who is orphaned when his parents are eaten by a rhinoceros. James is consequently sent to live with his two aunts, Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker. These relatives are very cruel to him, and he is incredibly lonely, since he has no friends yet longs to play with children his own age. But on one particularly hard day, James's luck changes: an Old Man appears in the backyard garden and offers James a packet of magical green objects. If James follows a set of specific instructions says the Old Man , something spectacular will happen.

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James and the Giant Peach is a popular children's novel written in by British author Roald Dahl. It was adapted into a film of the same name in The plot centres on a young English orphan boy who enters a gigantic, magical peach , and has a wild and surreal cross-world adventure with seven magically-altered garden bugs he meets. Roald Dahl was originally going to write about a giant cherry , but changed it to James and the Giant Peach because a peach is "prettier, bigger and squishier than a cherry. Because of the story's occasional macabre and potentially frightening content, it has become a regular target of censors. Unfortunately, while visiting London, James' parents are killed by a rhinoceros that has escaped from the zoo.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Adam B. says:

    Then Angry Rhinoceros

  2. Alaia B. says:

    Can you imagine traveling inside an enormous piece of fruit from one country to another? This is what happens to James in 'James and the Giant Peach.

  3. Maik B. says:

    James and the Giant Peach - Roald Dahl

  4. Paybrazcentter says:

    James and the Giant Peach

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