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The Twits By Roald Dahl Quentin Blake The Twits How do you outwit a Twit Mr and Mrs Twit are the smelliest ugliest people in the world They hate everything except playing mean jokes on each other catching innocent birds to put in their Bird Pies

  • Title: The Twits
  • Author: Roald Dahl Quentin Blake
  • ISBN: 9780141318301
  • Page: 165
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Twits By Roald Dahl Quentin Blake How do you outwit a Twit Mr and Mrs Twit are the smelliest, ugliest people in the world They hate everything except playing mean jokes on each other, catching innocent birds to put in their Bird Pies, and making their caged monkeys, the Muggle Wumps, stand on their heads all day But the Muggle Wumps have had enough They don t just want out, they want revenge.
    The Twits By Roald Dahl Quentin Blake

    The Twits Roald Dahl Synopsis Roald Dahl s The Twits was first published in It tells the tale of a pair of horrible twits and the tricks they like to play on each other. The Twits The Twits Dahl, Roald, Blake, Quentin In The Twits we see the daily lives of the two most horrible, dirty, ugly, and mean people in town They are a married couple who do anything and everything to hurt and annoy one another, and when not bothering one another, torture a family of monkeys by training them to be a circus act. The Twits Feb , We are THE TWITS Based out of Phoenix, Camden and Recker formed The Twits in February of after being introduced by their mutual mentors, and owners of School of Rock AZ, Shane and Megan Baskerville Their friend Aiden also a School of Rock student became the band s newest member in December of Vocals, Guitar Camden camden.edie The Twits by Roald Dahl The Twits By Quentin Blake, Roald Dahl Grades S Genre Fiction pDahl s thrillingly grotesque book for young readers features Mr and Mrs Twit, the smelliest, ugliest people in the world They hate everything except playing mean jokes on each other, catching innocent birds to put in their Bird Pies, and making their caged monkeys Watch Roald Dahl s The Twits a disgustingly delightful Sep , The Twits is directed by Ned Bennett and performed by Martina Laird and Zubin Varla With thanks to the Roald Dahl Story Company It s important that children see the flaws in adults the Unicorn

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    1. Greg on said:

      Twits are ugly people who do horrible things to each other and others They are not nice, and they are negative people who have been negative so long that the negativity has made them ugly On Monday I was going to write a review that just said that I m a twit Which isn t really true, I m generally a only a slightly negative person, bordering on neutral and I don t do things intentionally to try to cause other people harm Sometimes I do turn incredibly negative though and then I come out swinging [...]

    2. Mariah on said:

      I originally read this book in either elementary school or middle school and really enjoyed it Since I am reading all of Roald Dahl s books again, I thought why not, and re read this one Surprisingly, I don t remember this story at all This book is about the grossest couple Mr and Mrs Twit They are the smelly and ugly They hate everything They even hate each other and they keep pulling pranks on each other They re mean They catch innocent birds to put in their Bird Pies and make their monkeys st [...]

    3. Anthony Vacca on said:

      Dahl s The Twits is at its finest during the first half of the book which relates various highlights in the comedy of cruelty that is the marriage between the two eponymous grotesques, Mr and Mrs Twit When Mrs Twit isn t serving Mr Twit a bowl of worms or hiding her glass eye in his after supper beer, and when Mr Twit isn t playing a fucked up mind game on Mrs Twit such as carving away an inch of his wife s cane, day by day, so that he can trick her into thinking she is slowly but surely shrinki [...]

    4. Mario on said:

      If a person has ugly thoughts, it begins to show on the face And when that person has ugly thoughts every day, every week, every year, the face gets uglier and uglier until you can hardly bear to look at it.A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick out teeth, but if you have good thoughts it will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.This quote is one of the biggest reasons why I gav [...]

    5. MJ Nicholls on said:

      An allegory on post Communist G tterd mmerung qua Joseph Stalin or an attack on hairy faced men or We can only speculate.

    6. Mariel on said:

      My birds and I got into a big literary debate this morning The book was Dahl s The Twits Lester the Molestor maintains that I would be delicious in a pie My vote is for a hearty bird pie You are what you eat Who would want to be me There is a big hungry gator waiting for us to decide She said we might settle it over a scrabble game We lost It was Lester s fault He doesn t know enough Q words.I m scared.I swear to myself and on a stack of bibles that I had already reviewed The Twits Maybe I drea [...]

    7. Mark Lawrence on said:

      I read a lot of Roald Dahl books as a child, and have read quite a few to my own children, most recently to my disabled youngest daughter The Twits was one of those.The Twits, although it has its moments, is one of my least favourite Dahl books, perhaps the least favourite.It s easy to be too po faced about humour in children s books, and perhaps my reaction is coloured by the knowledge that Dahl was not a particularly pleasant man and had some rather nasty opinions but even so, my reaction pre [...]

    8. Salymar on said:

      If a person has ugly thoughts, it begins to show on the face And when that person has ugly thoughts every day, every week, every year, the face gets uglier and uglier until you can hardly bear to look at it.A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick out teeth, but if you have good thoughts it will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely The Twits, Roald Dahl

    9. Matt on said:

      Once you start reading Dahl, it is hard to stop, as I sit here to complete my fourth book review by the author today This story pulls the reader to the edge, injecting silliness, fear, and all around revenge into a larger plot that will have children giggling and washing their faces in short order What is a twit Not so easy to explain, is it Well, Dahl seeks to provide the reader with a slight understanding by offering up some of their hygienic deficiencies especially among the men whose hairy f [...]

    10. Brendon Schrodinger on said:

      What a lot of hairy faced men there are around these days When a man grows hair all over his face it is impossible to tell what he really looks like Perhaps that s why he does it.He d rather you didn t know Then there s the problem with washing What an opportune time to read The Twits with so many Mr Twit clones around Roald had the right idea They re dirty shifty buggers who paint trees in glue to catch birds and torture monkeysYes, hipsters torture monkeys But they did it before it was cool.Mr [...]

    11. Ümit on said:

      M thi komik bir kitap ocuk edebiyat b yle bir ey olmal i te lg n, deli dolu ve f tursuz

    12. Sara Alaee on said:

      Funny childish story of a couple who do nasty things to each other and the birds and the monkeys Finally the monkeys and birds take revenge by turning the Twits house upside down So creative I loved it and yet I think there s to this story than just meets the eyes the bearded face descriptions, cruelty and its relation to ugliness, standing on head instead of feet and then shrinking looks like social or even political criticism to me A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly You can ha [...]

    13. Shelle Klein Houser on said:

      Archer and I love this book It s funny and evil and typical Dahl, it s fun to read out loud or to yourself if you re not reading to a child and there s an unrealized circus act full of upside down monkeys.

    14. Astrid Langeveld on said:

      Ik heb het voorgelezen aan mijn zoon van 7 jaar Tijdens het lezen werd hij een x huilend wakker, omdat hij de griezels zo gemeen vond dat ze beesten sloegen en hij houdt zo van beesten Dat ze aan het einde teruggepakt werden maakte het dan wel weer goed Heerlijk boek om voor te lezen of zelf te lezen

    15. Chloe on said:

      This one is really charming so I ll give it of a 3.5 It s one of my favourite of his stories, but not in my absolute favourites aka The BFG, Matilda, etc I love the little message about how you ll always look lovely if you re a nice person, and being ugly inside makes you ugly outside.

    16. Ferdy on said:

      Quite funny and entertaining, not as good as The BFG or Matilda though.I kind of loved Mr and Mrs Twit, despite them being horrible to everyone I thought the nasty tricks they played on each other and names they called each other were actually kind of cute, they both were just so well suited each other unlike most fictional couples They might just be my OTP.

    17. Craig "NEEDS MORE DAMN TIME TO READ !!!!" on said:

      Quick buddy read with my eldest daughter haha Great book and I think I laughed than my daughter did, I m such a big kid

    18. Shannon (Giraffe Days) on said:

      Only Dahl could make such a delightful children s story out of two such miserable, horrid, nasty characters Of course, he knew how to write an ending that would satisfy our childish sense of justice It s been years since I read this book, but it was just as I remembered it delightfully wicked, uproariously funny, and a little sad.Mr and Mrs Twit are two very ugly people, whose ugliness reflects the ugliness of their hearts They live in a windowless brick house, play mean and spiteful tricks on e [...]

    19. Farah on said:

      Judul bukunya membuat gue tertarik sekali Eh Apa ini The Twits Roald Dahl Hah Roald Dahl nulis buku tentang Twitter ditampar pake kandang burung warna biru.Sampe sampe gue buka kamus untuk tahu apa sih arti twit itu sebenernya Twit Noun Informal A silly or foolish person.Yeah okay I got the idea Maksudnya, buku ini bercerita tentang orang orang yang jadi konyol karena kebanyakan update status Twitter dong dipatok burung pemakan bangkai matek.Abaikan bagian tadi DAnyways, kadang kadang gue suka a [...]

    20. Cabezabajo on said:

      A pesar de que tanto Matilda como Charlie me acompa aron en la ni ez, ya de adulta he sido consciente de la ausencia del resto de t tulos de Dahl en mi estanter a Claro est , eso hab a que remediarlo, as que he decidido empezar por Los Cretinos le do en un viaje de ida y vuelta en el metro Conclusi n Muy recomendable, independientemente de la edad No se me ha borrado la sonrisa de la cara ni un segundo Divertido, sat rico y cr tico como s lo Dahl sabe serlo.

    21. Rosie on said:

      Read this for a project I am doing, doing drama workshops in a primary school based on the work of Roald Dahl and this is the first we are studying I love it and the memory it brings, the illustrations are lovely and I love Dahl s serious undetones.4 stars because, in my opinion, the audiobook enhances the reading experience and I prefer it to the book.

    22. Miranda Reads on said:

      I haven t read this one as a child, so I have no rose filled nostalgia to fall back on The Twits are terrible people animal neglect abuse and they are horrible to each other The monkeys along with a few friends seek revenge through creative and inventive methods But was that really the best way to deal with it I would ve preferred an ending closer to The Magic Finger where there is character development in the bad guys Instead, the Twits are evil through and through.

    23. Joey Woolfardis on said:

      Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC s Big Read Poll of 2003 A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick out teeth, but if you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely The Twits is one of the well known Roald Dahl books that I didn t know anything about and I can t say that s a bad thing It s a fairly decent yarn about some [...]

    24. Lisa *OwlBeSatReading* on said:

      Big shout out to Mr Dahl, and his sidekick Quentin Blake for the illustrations Wow, that was a right blast from the past I can tell you I was lucky enough to meet Roald at my senior school in, blimey, um, 1988, I feel old when he was invited to take an assembly during bookweek And he was a fabulous, humorous and extremely tall I loved this book before I met him, I loved it after I met him, and I love it even now I m far too old to be loitering in the kids section in the library when my own chi [...]

    25. Sara Williams on said:

      Roald Dahl had the best imagination ever.Not only is The Twits awfully original, it is also very clever despite being a children s book I absolutely adore Roald Dahl for creating the most bizarre characters and putting them into wacky situations The book was funny alright, not mindblowing but I can see myself as a kid loving this to bits.

    26. Rubi on said:

      Great job, Roald Dahl I have been laughing all the time It is a very short story but I ve enjoyed it a lot.

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