by Roald Dahl
Illustrated by Quentin Blake
Reviewed by Cesear N. (age 10)
Cesear N. is a member in Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center's RT3 (2000-2001)
WOW! What a book. It was so good it kept my eyes glued to the book. This book is so different from any other book I?ve read. The story is about a boy named Luke whose grandma tells him stories about WITCHES. Luke believes every storie she tells. He knows how to spot a WITCH. They Have: Bald heads, Blue tongues, no toes, claws and large nose holes. As the story goes he sees the grand High witch, leader of the witches. He was turned into a mouse with formula 86 action mouse maker.
One day Luke gets formula 86 delayed mouse maker in all the witches soups. They all turn into mice. At the end Luke and his grandma are trying to eliminate all the witches. I think this book is emotional and many other words I cant even begin to explain. This book is very good. Ronald Dahl is my favorite author. If you read this book he?ll probably be your favorite too. This book is for people of all ages. I would like if you read this book. Trust me you wont regret it.