Matilda is the story of a young girl and her wondrous intelligence. Although her parents refuse to see the brilliance of Matilda, she is a very advanced girl for her age. She taught herself to read, preform advanced math problems, and many other things while her father went to work scamming... read more
This book is a book about a amazing girl who has a life of her own has no school and no love her parents who did not want her since she was little. She had a life of her own and it starts off rough but then she sees just how great life can be. Matilda is a well-be haved child.
“Fiona has the same glacial beauty as an iceberg, but unlike the iceberg she has absolutely nothing below the surface.”Narrator (Unknown)
“'The way he (Ernest Hemingway) tells it I feel I am right there on the spot watching it all happen.' 'A fine writer will always make you feel that,' Mrs. Phelps said. 'And don't worry about the bits you don't understand. Sit back and allow the words to wash around you, like music.'”Matilda and Mrs. Phelps
“Don't worry Lavender, you'll soon catch up!”Ms Honey said lying through her teeth.
“'I think Mr C. S. Lewis is a very good writer. But he has one failing. There are no funny bits in his books.' 'You are right there,' Miss Honey said. 'There aren't many funny bits in Mr Tolkien either,' Matilda Said. 'Do you think that all children's books ought to have funny bits in them?' Miss Honey asked. 'I do,' Matilda said. 'Children are not so serious as grown-ups and they love to laugh.'”Matilda and Miss Honey
“Adopt me, Miss Honey”Matilda
The Reader of Books
Mr Wormwood, the Great Car Dealer
The Hat and the Superglue
The Platnum-Blond Man
Throwing the Hammer
Bruce Bogtrotter and the Cake
The Weekly Test
The First Miracle
Miss Honey's Cottage
Miss Honey's Story
The Third Miracle
A New Home
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