Roald Dahl

By Connor Buchanan

Early Life

Roald was born Wales on Sep. 13, 1916 to Norwegian parents and later raised in Llandaff and Radyr. Later on, he lost Harold and Astri, but was given a new sister, Asta. He then moved to Repton where he spends the rest of his school days at. Once he gets out of school, he stared working for shell and later joined the Royal Air Force. Once he finishes that, he creates his first book in 1942. Lots of his famous books came out in the 60's.

Later Life

As Dahl got older, he got more grandkids. He got 4 in total. He died on Nov. 23, 1990. He had many memories, such as Willy Wonka, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and more. He made so many different short stories and novels worth remembering.

Famous Stories

A famous story by Roald Dahl, "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," was a story of his that I was familiar with before I started this report. It was a great children's book that was very inspiring to those that understood what was going on. The poor kid vs. the other 4 kids was such a revealing message to people like us who live here.
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