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By the time she was three, Matilda had taught herself to read by studying newspapers and magazines that lay single children's book in the place, she started wandering round in search of something else. best of all. It was full of mystery. Download MATILDA free in PDF & EPUB format. Download ROAL DAHL's MATILDA for your site, tablet, IPAD, PC or Related books. Matilda's parents have called her some terrible things. If you want to download the full ebook,, i have it so might as well share to you guys.. you can download.

Her aunt is revealed to be Miss Trunchbull, who appears among other misdeeds to be withholding her niece's inheritance so that Miss Honey has to live in poverty in a derelict farm cottage.

Preparing to avenge Miss Honey, Matilda develops her telekinetic gift through practice at home. Later, during a lesson that Miss Trunchbull is teaching, Matilda telekinetically raises a piece of chalk to the blackboard and writes on it, posing as the spirit of Miss Honey's late father and demanding that Miss Trunchbull hand over Miss Honey's house and wages and leave the region forever.

This is soon done, and a short while later the school's deputy head teacher, Mr. Trilby, visits Miss Trunchbull's house but finds it empty with no sign of her next destination.

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As Mr. Trilby becomes the new head of the school, he proves himself to be capable and good-natured, with the result that Matilda herself advances to the highest level of schooling.

Rather to her relief, she is no longer capable of telekinesis; this is explained by Miss Honey as the result of using her mind on a more challenging curriculum. Matilda continues to visit Miss Honey at her house regularly, but one day finds her parents and her older brother Michael hastily packing to escape from the police, who are after her father for selling stolen cars.

Matilda asks permission to live with Miss Honey, to which her parents rather uninterestedly agree. So both she and Miss Honey find their happy ending, and the school's atmosphere and curriculum have overwhelmingly improved under Mr.

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Wormwood was based on a real-life character from Roald Dahl's home village of Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire.

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