Roald Dahl teachings that became deeply ingrained, by way of Quentin Blake’s illustrations.

From the BFG - People with big ears are better at eavesdropping.

From Matilda - It is perfectly reasonable to spend a disproportionate time reading books.

From Matilda - Once you read lots of books, you become really clever, and once you become really clever, you become magic.

From Matilda - Everything will be better once you have a tall friend who carries you places in his ear.

From George's Marvellous Medicine - Household items, when mixed, will shoot an unwanted relative through the roof.

From The BFG - Cool people keep things in jars.

From George's Marvellous Medicine - Old ladies are the devil.

From The Twits - Fair play.

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