Celebrating Five Enchanting Stories By Roald Dahl

Celebrating Five Enchanting Stories By Roald Dahl

As one of the most celebrated British authors in the world, Roald Dahl is globally renowned for his novels, poems, short stories, and screenwriting. From adults to children, many of us have grown up reading and watching his stories, which take us to an imaginative world of magic, giants, chocolate, and much more.

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This week, we at Roy’s Boys launched our Roald Dahl socks collection to bring five of his wonderful stories to life.

In this blog, we read about those five enchanting stories by Roald Dahl and how you could reread or rewatch them with your Roy’s Boys socks on, feeling a little closer to the characters.


Matilda is a 1988 children’s novel by Roald Dahl. The book was illustrated by Quentin Blake and published by Jonathan Cape. It is a humorous story about a brilliant girl named Matilda Wormwood with uncaring parents and a cruel headmistress, Miss Trunchbull. When Matilda, an avid bookworm, discovers she has the ability to telekinesis, she begins to defend her friends from Trunchbull's fury and also fights back against her vicious parents.

The novel as well as the 1996 film beautifully teach everyone, especially young kids, that it is important to have courage and stand up for yourself and others when one is bullied or manipulated.

In other news, “Matilda the Musical” releases on November 25. If your child hasn’t read or heard about Matilda yet, here’s your chance to introduce your little one to the character. Pair their outfit with our Roy’s Boys Matilda children's socks and watch the film on the big screen or on Netflix when it releases in December.

The Twits 

The Twits is a funny children's book written by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Quentin Blake. It was written in 1979, and first published by Jonathan Cape in 1980.

The Twits (Mr. and Mrs. Twit) are a bitter, lazy, untidy couple who frequently entertain themselves by pulling nasty practical jokes on one another and exerting their mischief on their pet monkeys by forcing them to do painful tricks. Tired of the Twits, the monkeys and their friends use innovative and clever ways to seek revenge. The monkeys finally get their revenge, and in the end, the Twits are punished for their wicked wrongdoings.

Available for adults, the Mr. and Mrs. Twits socks are a great fun pair to match with your significant other. It also makes a great gift option for couples or friends.

Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

Roald Dahl's children's novel, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, was published in the United States in 1964. Eleven months after its first release, George Allen & Unwin released the book in the United Kingdom. The novel has since been made into two feature films - Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005).

The plot revolves around young Charlie Bucket, who comes from a poor and starving family. It beautifully encapsulates Charlie’s adventures inside the unconventional chocolatier Willy Wonka's chocolate factory. Although faced with many challenges, Charlie manages to finish the tour and eventually wins the factory because of his innate honesty and goodness.

A great story for children, Charlie and the chocolate factory socks make a wonderful gift for your little man or lady. 

Fantastic Mr. Fox

Fantastic Mr. Fox is a story that features an anthropomorphic fox—Mr. Fox and his animal friends.

The animals live near three vicious farmers who make repeated attempts to kill the animals. Despite the farmers' efforts to harm them, Mr. Fox and his companions are able to outwit them and grab all the food they desire.

Fantastic Mr. Fox is one of Dahl's most renowned and beloved novels. Like many of Dahl's other works, it is about triumphing over ruthless and selfish forces. The tale delves at the significance of family and friends, as well as the power of knowledge in overcoming weakness.

James And The Giant Peach

Roald Dahl's classic children's tale, James and the Giant Peach, was published in 1961.

The story follows the life of an orphan, James Henry Trotter, who lives with his two terrible aunts. He goes on to meet and later befriend a group of seven anthropomorphic insects that live inside a giant peach. The story explores various situations and circumstances faced by James and the bugs along the way, and how they end up facing the challenges and reaching New York City together.

James and the Giant Peach socks are ideal for little explorers and will be a welcome addition to your child's sock collection.

To place your order and know more, check out our collection of Roald Dahl socks here.

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