Roald Dahl Day comes on September 13 of each year. James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Shop, Fabulous Mr Fox, make any of these sounds at all well-known to you? If so, you may mistakenly be a fan of the fabulous and inspired Roald Dahl. Roald Dahl Day feasts this original master and all of the work he’s done import stories of fiction and speculates to children everywhere through the Roald Dahl fabulous Children’s Charity.
“A person who has good thoughts cannot ever be ugly. You can have a wonky nose and a crooked mouth and a double chin and stick-out teeth, but if you have good thoughts they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.” – Roald Dahl
History of Roald Dahl Day
Roald Dahl has an incredible history, and it all started in 1916 in Cardiff, Whale, where he was inborn to Norwegian parents Sofie Magdalene Dahl and Harald Dahl. He misplaced both his sister and his father at the age of three, but his mother chose to endure in Wales to honour his father wishes that he be coached in British schools. From there he ensured to Repton School in Derbyshire, where one of his most well-known works would be invented. Cadbury always sent chocolate bars to the school to be confirmed by the students, which began to Roald having dreams of increasing a chocolate bar so delicious that Mr Cadbury would admiration it. If you figured this was the beginning of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory you’re dead on.
What you will not know is that he transported on to be a Fighter Ace during WWII, and had a long and magnificent career in which he fought in some of the most momentous air battles of the war. Finally, he started involvement in severe headaches that bunged him from flying and spent the rest of his job doing as a diplomat, writer, intelligence officer. It was through this time that he wrote The Gremlins his innovative children’s book, and it was documented for Walt Disney Productions to promote a full-length film that stayed unmade. From there on out he developed writing prolifically, creating some of the most familiar stories in history.
Other Celebrations on September 13
September 13 is also celebrated as
- National Peanut Day
- International Programmers Day
- National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day
- National Defy Superstition Day
- Positive Thinking Day
- National Hug Your Boss Day
How to celebrate Roald Dahl Day
Our favoured way of kicking off Roald Dahl Day is a sport of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, a movie that was edited by Roald Dahl and Ken Hughes and is a childhood beloved of millions everywhere. From there on it’s fabulous Mr Fox and the list of other movies that were based on his works. Get a cluster of friends together and put out a donation bowl to direct to Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity, and you have an immense Roald Dahl’s Day decided Ut it’s Fantastic Mr Fox and the list of other movies that were occupying on works. Get a group of friends together and put out a donation bowl to send to Roald Dahl’s fabulous Children’s Charity, and you have a great Roald Dahl’s Day planned. You can use the hashtag #Roald Dahl Day to spread awareness on social media.