Boy – Tales of Childhood
Roald Dahl’s father had an accident as a boy. What was the result?
He walked with limp
He lost his left arm
He broke his back
He lost his right thumb
What did the Thwaite boy tell young Roald that Licorice Bootlaces were made from?
Mashed up flies
What was the punishment for the Great Mouse Plot?
Four strokes with the cane
Loss of tuck boxes
Grounded for a month
What did the doctor remove during young Roald’s first operation?
How did Roald sign all his letters home?
Love from Boy
Hugs and kisses, Roald
Miss you, Boy
What was poor Ellis in the sick room for?
What brand of tobacco was supposed to be in the ancient half-sister’s husband’s pipe?
Blend Eleven Aromatic
At Repton, what was “Boazers” a slang term for?
Which chocolate company sent the boys new candy bars to test?
At the end of the story, where is Dahl headed?
Dutch East Indies