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James And The Giant Peach Audiobook [Free] – By Roald Dahl

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  • Name: James And The Giant Peach Audiobook

  • Author: Roald Dahl.

  • Published: 1961.

  • Series: None.

  • Genre: Children's novels, Fantasy, Fiction, and novels.

  • Rating: 4 Star Review.

James And The Giant Peach Audiobook are a popular youth novel written in 1961 by British author Roald Dahl. The main edition, distributed by Alfred Knopf, featured Nancy Ekholm Burkert’s presentations. There are its longer-revised varieties, produced by Michael Simeon (Britain’s main release), Emma Chichester Clark, Lane Smith, and Quentin Blake. It was transformed into a film with the same name in 1996 and melodic in 2010.

Roald Dahl – Details And Storyline:

In May 2020, in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic, Taika Waititi, the Oscar-winning king, worked with the Roald Dahl Story Company to spread the word. The TV version of the novel appeared on BBC One on December 28, 1976. Paul Stone directed the content of Trever Preston. Actors include Simon Bell starring James, Bernard Cribbins starring Centipede, and Anna Quayle starring Aunt Spiker.

James And The Giant Peach Audiobook Free is a popular Children’s Novel written by Roald Dahl. It was originally published in 1961. The book follows the genre of Children’s novels, Fantasy, Fiction, and novels. It has a rating of 4 Star Reviews on GoodReads.

At a time when James inadvertently brings down some wizardry gems with an old peach tree, strange things start to happen. The peach at the top of the tree begins to grow, and after a while, it is just as big as a house. At a time when James discovers a mysterious way of growing food from the ground inside, he meets some new friends, the Old-Green-Grasshopper, the modest Ladybug, and the Centipede of many boots.

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About The Author (Roald Dahl):

Roald Dahl was brought to land in Wales by Norwegian foreign security guards. He served in the Royal Air Force during World War II. He turned out to be a military pilot, therefore, an intelligence officer, rising to the rank of acting commander of the wings.

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