I. Before The Silence

CHAPTER ONE It was an audition day, which was supposed to change my life completely. I expected something big and inevitable to happen that would color my drab time and make me feel different. I thought about the chain of events, spontaneous and hazardous, led me to the door of one of the biggest orchestras …

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V. Fortune Cookies

CHAPTER FIVE That day I stayed at home and was sure everything came to its logical end. I wasn’t in the club any more and that was obvious as I let myself succumb to the moment of weakness without thinking about the possibilities Mr. Falcon gave me. Everything seemed to be in vain. Such a …

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Happy Roald Dahl Day!

Some kind of childhood.


Roald Dahl was born on September 13, 1916, and in addition to being “a spy, an ace fighter pilot, a chocolate historian, and a medical inventor,” he became one of the most beloved children’s authors of all time. His works were primarily illustrated by the great Quentin Blake, and the pairing could not have been more profound, with the wise yet nonsensical stories brought to life through whimsical illustrations. Turned into countless plays, musicals, and even an opera or two, his stories will continue to enchant and inspire generations to come. Click on a cover below to receive more information about some of my favorite Dahl books. Happy Roald Dahl Day!

Charlie _ the Chocolate Factory

5 lucky winners get to enter Mr. Wonka’s chocolate factory, but only one will come out the ultimate winner.

Ages 8+
A brilliant and sweet but misunderstood little girl stands up against the biggest  bully of them all…

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