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David Walliams , Quentin Blake , Matt Lucas

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 David seems to be onto something here 13 mai 2011
Par Mrs. George - Publié sur
I came to this book as a grown-up fan of David Walliams, interested to see what his kids' books were like. This was the first one I read and although I like "Mr. Stink" and "Billionaire Boy" too I think it's his best, maybe because there's such a strongly felt autobiographical element to it. David has discussed before the fact that his college girlfriend used to like to dress him up as a girl and take him out nightclubbing, so conclusions can be reasonably drawn about the central situation in this book--twelve-year-old Dennis is befriended by an older girl he's got a crush on, who talks him into letting her dress him up like a Barbie doll and taking him to school that way. It makes me a little uncomfortable to think about children reading a book which is basically about the birth of a cross-dressing fetish. But then David has made a career out of making people uncomfortable with his sometimes edgy humor, so a certain lack of inhibition is to be expected. There is a need for books for children that deal with uncomfortable topics in an intelligent and compassionate way, and I do think that, as with his entertainments for adults, David does a good job of leading us to that nervous-making edge in a reasonably responsible and socially redeeming manner. Lessons are learned about kindness and tolerance and the importance of caring for one another, which as it turns out are recurring themes in the children's literature of David Walliams. The opening chapters describing Dennis' grief at his mother's disappearance from his life and the cruelty of the macho code that prevents Dennis and his brother and father from expressing love and concern for one another are very moving, and though just a little Hollywoody for my taste the big happy unrealistic fantasy ending is again vintage Walliams--after all, his biggest claim to fame is a comedy sketch series in which wheelchair-bound men can walk whenever they want to and psychotic women break into perfect lucidity when using cell phones.

The only drawback about Walliams' chapterbooks to me as an American reader is that they are written in a very distinctive British idiom full of colloquialisms and references to UK-specific products. As with "Little Britain," a certain amount of Googling has to take place if you want to get specifics about which celebrity or brand of candy bar is being mentioned, but it's not that important as you can usually get the gist from the context. Though some of those candies look really good.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 My kids loved this book! 28 décembre 2013
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Another great yarn from David Walliams. Lots of humour, interspersed with little moral messages. I read it to my kids (aged 7 and 9) at bedtime and we were all sorry when we finished this book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A child's fantasy come true 7 novembre 2010
Par Samuel Rafael - Publié sur
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This is a book that's not just for kids. A child's fantasy come true and a worthwhile read for any age. However, I must point out that there are a couple of annoying but minor technical glitches for Kindle, text-to-speech listeners that one needs to skip over. I think these are caused by a illustrations that were scanned as text. Not a deal breaker though.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great to read out loud with your 11 year old! 9 avril 2014
Par Joan L. Redding - Publié sur
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My 11 year old daughter and I read this book together and we really loved the twists and turns in the plot. The tension building up to the scene in double French was truly painful and the footy finale excellent. Really well written, engaging, and of course Raj turns up with his special deals ... I highly recommend this book to children aged 10 - 13 and to their parents! We love David Walliams and Quentin Blake!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 best book 16 février 2014
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if your looking for a heart warming book this spring hears one , Dennis is a boy who thinks he feels diffrent but when a bit of dressing up gets out of hand he needs a lot of help to get out of it
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