Co sądzicie o jego książkach dla dzieci?
Zaczęłam czytać synkowi Wielką Brzoskwinię i zastanawiam się nad niektórymi fragmentami:
"Until he was four years old, James Henry Trotter had a happy life. (...)
Then, one day, James's mother and father went to London to do some shopping, and there a terrible thing happened. Both of them suddenly got eaten up (in full daylight, mind you, and on a crowded street) by an enormous angry rhinoceros which had escaped from the London Zoo.
Now this, as you can well imagine, was a rather nasty experience for two such gentle parents. But in the long run it was far nastier for James than it was for them. Their troubles were all over in a jiffy. They were dead and gone in thirty-five seconds flat. Poor James on the other hand, was still very much alive, and all at once he found himself alone and frightened in a vast unfriendly world."
Co o tym sądzicie?