A quick question: where can you...
learn the British Sign Language for 'blueberry'
find the recipe to make a volcano in your kitchen
read James and the Giant Peach with Hollywood's finest actors
and much, much, MUCH more?
Right below, on this very page. Enjoy!
There are a gazillion ways to share your favourite story - we asked Helen from the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre to retell some of ours using British Sign Language.
British Sign Language interpreter, Helen Nelson, signs along as Violet Beauregarde meets a sticky end.
British Sign Language interpreter, Helen Nelson, signs along as Grandma relays her most frightful stories.
British Sign Language interpreter, Helen Nelson, signs along as Bruce tackles that enormous cake.
In 2020, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Taika Waititi read our peachiest story in full, across 10 episodes - and he was joined by some rather famous faces along the way.
Each episode is accompanied by free activity resources - we can't wait to see the wonderful things you create.
Cate Blanchett, Eddie Redmayne, Kumail Nanjiani, Ruth Wilson and Sarah Paulson star as the giant insects.
Beanie Feldstein, Cara Delevingne, Olivia Wilde and Tessa Thompson join Taika for the next chapter.
Josh Gad and Lupita Nyong'o join Taika, with a special appearance from the Duchess of Cornwall.
Taika is joined by Billy Porter, Cynthia Erivo, Jamie Cullum, Utkarsh Ambudkar and Yo-Yo Ma.
Ben Schwartz, Mindy Kaling and Gordon Ramsay join Taika for the next chapter of the story.
As the peach lands in New York City, Taika is joined by Anna Wintour and Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Learn to make a lava lamp, sing along with some giant insects, or try drawing your very own Oompa-Loompa - it all starts right here.
Greg Foot, TV and YouTube scientist, shows you how to use oil and water to make your own lava lamp.
The Centipede is trying to convince the other bugs that pests are best, but they're not so sure...
Get your pencils ready - Quentin Blake himself is about to show you how to draw an Oompa-Loompa.
Greg Foot, TV and YouTube scientist, shows you there's more than one way to burst a balloon.
Fred, botany expert at the Natural History Museum, shares some fascinatingly peachy facts.
Gavin, head of insect collections at the Natural History Museum, shares some silky facts.
Get your pencils ready - Quentin Blake himself is about to show you how to draw Willy Wonka.
Grasshopper, Centipede and Miss Spider read an extract... watch out for those sharks.
Jan, spider expert at the Natural History Musuem, tells us all about our eight-legged friends.