George’s Marvellous Medicine

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“George’s Marvellous Medicine” is a children’s novel written by Roald Dahl, first published in 1981. The story revolves around an imaginative and mischievous young boy named George Kranky. George lives on a farm with his unpleasant grandmother, Grandma, who constantly torments him with her bad temper and demanding nature.

One day, fed up with Grandma’s behavior, George decides to create a special potion to teach her a lesson. Using household items, cleaning products, and whatever he can find on the farm, George concocts a magical medicine that he believes will improve his grandmother’s disposition. Little does he know that this mixture will lead to an extraordinary and unpredictable series of events.

When George secretly administers the medicine to Grandma, the results are astounding. She starts to grow taller and taller, defying all laws of nature, and her behavior becomes even more eccentric. The potion’s bizarre effects take George on an exhilarating and hilarious adventure as he struggles to control the chaos he has unintentionally unleashed.

As the medicine’s potency grows, so do the consequences, turning the farm into a riotous and extraordinary place. The story explores themes of creativity, imagination, and the power of standing up to authority figures, even when it seems risky.

“George’s Marvellous Medicine” is a delightful tale that captivates readers with its humorous plot and quirky characters, reminding us of the boundless possibilities of imagination and the value of embracing the unexpected. Roald Dahl’s witty storytelling and Quentin Blake’s illustrations add charm and whimsy to this classic children’s book.

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Owner : Anvi Verma Available : In stock Genre : Children's Books

| Publication : Puffin


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