Halloween is fast approaching, so to help you get ready for your ghoulish goings-on check out these Roald Dahl-inspired treats.
It's not long until Halloween, so this month we're scaring ourselves silly once again by re-reading Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories.
Make sure you're ready for your spooktacular celebrations with our help...
Get ready to scare yourself silly with this collection of fourteen of Dahl’s favourite ghost stories, all handpicked by the man himself.
These eerie, spine-tingling tales chosen by the master of macabre include Elias and the Draug, Ringing the Changes and The Ghost of a Hand. As Roald Dahl said "Spookiness is the real purpose of the ghost story. It should give you the creeps and disturb your thoughts…"
Have you got the guts to read them all?
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Halloween means it’s time for some trick or treating, and if you need some help devising some fun and devious tricks, this activity set is for you.
With fake maggots and flies to whizzpopping fun, your victims will quake in fear when they realise that you're up to your old tricks again…
Grab a nice mug of witches’ brew served up in this spookily splendiferous mug featuring an illustration from Roald Dahl's The Witches. Just make sure the Formula 86 Delayed Action Mouse-Maker is nowhere near...
A mini-poster featuring (arguably) one of Roald Dahl's scariest characters ever - The Grand High Witch - would make a great Halloween decoration. She looks nice here, but don't let that fool you.