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Roald Dahl was a pilot in the

Second World War.

True False
It’s true.

He joined the Royal Air Force in


1939.

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Five children found golden tickets
to visit Willy Wonka’s Chocolate
Factory.

True False
It’s true.

Charlie Bucket was joined by


Mike Teavee, Augustus Gloop,
Veruca Salt and Violet
Beauregard.

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Matilda was able to turn herself
invisible.

True False
It’s false.

Matilda was able to move objects


with her mind.

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Roald Dahl’s last book for
children was Esio Trot.

True False
It’s false.

His last children’s book was


The Minpins.

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Roald Dahl’s first successful book
for children was James and the
Giant Peach.

True False
It’s true.

He did write The Gremlins first


but it was never successful.

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Matilda loved to read.

True False
It’s true.

Reading was the way she escaped


her miserable life.

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The name Dahl comes from
Norway.

True False
It’s true.

Both of his parents were


Norwegian.

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Roald Dahl’s books have sold over
200 million copies.

True False
It’s true.

He has sold millions of books and


still sells thousands every day.

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Sophie, in The BFG, was named
after his granddaughter.

True False
It’s true.

The character was originally


going to be called Jody.

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Muggle-Wump is a character in
the Witches.

True False
It’s false.

Muggle-Wump appears in two


stories, The Twits and The
Enormous Crocodile, but not The
Witches.

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Roald Dahl got in a lot of trouble
for putting a mouse in a jar of
sweets when he was at school.

True False
It’s true.

He and some friends wanted to


teach a mean shop owner a
lesson.

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