This Workbook contains over 45 pages of reading comprehension worksheets with comprehension questions and vocabulary words for The Twits by Roald Dahl! (Sample Pages.) After purchase you’ll instantly receive a printable pdf download.
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About The Twits
“…Dahl describes all this unredeemed viciousness with a spirited, malevolent glee that plays shamelessly, and no doubt successfully, to kids’ malicious impulses and unmerciful sense of justice..”
– Kirkus Reviews
The Twits is a children’s book written and illustrated by Roald Dahl. It was published in 1980 and is a funny and irreverent story about a mischievous and mean-spirited couple named Mr. and Mrs. Twit. The Twits are ugly and repulsive, with unkempt hair and rotten teeth, and they delight in playing cruel pranks on each other and on others.
Mr. Twit is particularly nasty, with a habit of catching birds and gluing them to trees, and Mrs. Twit is equally unpleasant, with a fondness for tricking people with her glass eye. The Twits have no friends and are generally disliked by everyone, except for their pet monkeys, who are trained to do their bidding.
The Twits’ lives are turned upside down when their monkeys, led by Muggle-Wump the Rhesus monkey, decide to take revenge on their mistreatment and plan a series of elaborate pranks to humiliate the Twits. The monkeys’ plan involves disguises, fake beards, and a giant spider, and it leads to a series of hilarious and satisfying mishaps for the Twits.
The Twits is a riotously funny and entertaining book that is full of absurd humor and clever wordplay. It is a great read for children and is sure to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
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