Roald Dahl Young Adults Collection - 7 Books - £5.00 @The Book People - HotUKDeals
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Gone down in price to £5, What a bargain.

We're all familiar with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG and James and the Giant Peach, but not everyone knows that Roald Dahl wrote equally entertaining fiction for older readers and two classic autobiographical novels. This selection brings together the complete collection of his writing for young adults. Subversive, wickedly funny, sometimes shocking... everything you know and love from Roald Dahl, but even more so!

Parental discretion advised due to containing adult themes.

Titles in this set
1. Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life
2. Going Solo
3. Someone Like You
4. The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar
5. My Uncle Oswald
6. Boy, Tales of Childhood
7. Switch Bitch
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#1
Just ordered! Thank you!
#2
Nice deal! Heat added!!
#3
What age group are these books suited to and are they for boys or girls or both?
#4
fantastic books.paticulary loved "henry sugar"...a must-read, especially at £5!
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Qasim7
What age group are these books suited to and are they for boys or girls or both?
Read the customer reviews on their site, it seems they do have adult themes in the books and may be suitable for older teens (according to the reviewers), so just be aware of which age group you are buying these for.

Good offer palli, thanks :)
#6
I've read "My Uncle Oswald" and this book is certainly for 18+.

These books are suitable for all adults, basically they are not for children.
#7
Qasim7
What age group are these books suited to and are they for boys or girls or both?
I had read Boy, Going Solo and Henry Sugar and Six More by the time I was 10. They're not as light reading as the Dahl books that are obviously for young people, but I don't remember there being anything explicitly adult about them.
My Uncle Oswald and the stories in Switch Bitch are definitely adult-orientated, though. Overall the collection would be suitable for mid to late teens. If you've got younger children you could always split the collection, giving them Boy and Going Solo first, and wait for them to grow into the rest.

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