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James and the Giant Peach

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James And The Giant Peach, originally published in 1961, is a popular children's novel. The story begins in the south of England, where 4 years old James Henry Trotter lives with his caring and loving parents. However, a serious accident leads to the death of Mr. and Mrs. Trotter. James is sent off to live with his aunts, Sponge and Spiker, who are extremely mean to the little boy. One day, an old man gives James a bag of magic crystals. As James walks back into his aunts’ house, he trips. The crystals fall out, and land on a peach tree that has never borne any fruit. The bare tree starts to blossom, and eventually one peach grows into the size of a house. In James And The Giant Peach, the young boy is sent out at night to throw the garbage. He wanders into a tunnel, which takes him right into the middle of the gigantic juicy peach. Here, he meets other insects who have also gotten special powers, thanks to those crystals. James becomes friends with these creatures, and they separate the fruit from the tree. The peach starts to roll down, and eventually falls into the English Channel. Unfortunately, a school of sharks attack the peach, but a massive flock of seagulls lift the enormous fruit, and take it to New York City. The giant peach, along with James and his insect friends, gets stuck on the tip of the Empire State Building. What will they do next? James And The Giant Peach is a delightful book, which is sure to keep children engaged for hours. The author has also added singsong poetry along with the story text, which makes the book even more entertaining. In 1996, a film of the same name was released.

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James And The Giant Peach, originally published in 1961, is a popular children's novel. The story begins in the south of England, where 4 years old James Henry Trotter lives with his caring and loving parents. However, a serious accident leads to the death of Mr. and Mrs. Trotter. James is sent off to live with his aunts, Sponge and Spiker, who are extremely mean to the little boy. One day, an old man gives James a bag of magic crystals. As James walks back into his aunts’ house, he trips. The crystals fall out, and land on a peach tree that has never borne any fruit. The bare tree starts to blossom, and eventually one peach grows into the size of a house. In James And The Giant Peach, the young boy is sent out at night to throw the garbage. He wanders into a tunnel, which takes him right into the middle of the gigantic juicy peach. Here, he meets other insects who have also gotten special powers, thanks to those crystals. James becomes friends with these creatures, and they separate the fruit from the tree. The peach starts to roll down, and eventually falls into the English Channel. Unfortunately, a school of sharks attack the peach, but a massive flock of seagulls lift the enormous fruit, and take it to New York City. The giant peach, along with James and his insect friends, gets stuck on the tip of the Empire State Building. What will they do next? James And The Giant Peach is a delightful book, which is sure to keep children engaged for hours. The author has also added singsong poetry along with the story text, which makes the book even more entertaining. In 1996, a film of the same name was released.
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Title James and the Giant Peach Height
Quentin Blake, Roald Dahl Width
ISBN-13 9780141322636 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 0141322632 Spine Width
Publisher Puffin Books Pages 160
Edition Availability In Stock

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