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ROALD DAHL THE GIRAFFE AND THE PELLY AND ME By: Abigail Johansson
GENRE The genre of this story is fiction. This story is fiction because in the story the window cleaners, witch are animals, Were speaking. So that’s why this story is fiction.
SETTING The setting of this story takes place in a few places. The first place is a busy street with a abandon candy shop. The second place is a very rich persons mansion with a beautiful garden, a barn, and even a TREE farm! It has over 100 beautiful rooms! Those are the settings that take place in my book.
SUMMARY This book is about a kid named Charlie who goes to an abandon sweet shop every day. But one day he comes back to see a HUGE door in the sweet shop. It opens, and outcome the window cleaners. The window cleaners are the Giraffe and the Pelly and the Monkey. With the help of the Giraffes long neck, the window cleaners can reach the tallest window. The Pelly, the pelican, with his long deep beak, can easily scoop up water. Then last but not least, the monkey. The monkey climbs the giraffe’s neck to wipe the windows. That is how the window cleaners work. Charlie’s dream is to become the owner of that abandon sweet shop I told you about earlier. Later on a car pulls up leaving Charlie shocked. It’s the Duke of Hampshire butler! Possibly the richest person alive! He is asking for the window cleaners to clean his windows. They were honored and took the opportunity. They did not want to leave Charlie behind, so they took him to. And as soon as they started cleaning, a disaster happens! And maybe, just maybe, Charlie’s dream comes true...
RECOMMENDATION I give this book 4 stars. I really enjoyed it but, I wish the story would last longer. Besides that, I really recommend this book to you because it is very interesting and really funny. It is a little silly, but in a way I think that is a good thing. I think you will get a laugh out of this book and I hope you like it!