Magic from the Past

September 25, 2009

This is one of my favorite books. I read it when I was nine or ten years old and I stumbled upon it last night. I really enjoyed the movie but the books are always a lot more detailed. The following conversation is between Amanda Thripp (the cutest little character ever) and Ms. Trunchbull (the villain and rotten inhumane principal) it's just one the reasons I loved every single paragraph Dahl wrote. There's an inner child inside all of us. It's healthy to bring him or her out every once in a while. Peace.



Ms. Trunchbull: Can you spell?
Amanda: Miss Honey taught us how to spell a long word yesterday. We can spell difficulty.
Ms. Trunchbull: You couldn't spell difficulty if your life depended on it.
Amanda: She taught us with a poem.
Ms. Trunchbull: A poem? How sweet. What poem would that be?
Amanda: Mrs. D, Mrs. I, Mrs. F-F-I. Mrs. C, Mrs. U., Mrs. L-T-Y!
Ms. Trunchbull: Why are all these women married? Mrs. D? Mrs.I? You're supposed to be teaching spelling, not poetry!


-Amanda's only in Kindargarten, difficulty would be a hard word to spell out Ha

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