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Top 10 Roald Dahl Coloring Pages For Toddlers

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Who’d have thought WWII veteran and ‘flying ace’ Roald Dahl had so much to offer to the world of literature, especially to the children. Dahl’s passion for writing gave birth to an entire generation of readers. His zeal for life shone through his books and he made us believe in magic.

Roald Dahl published 21 books, including the popular “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and “James and the Giant Peach”. Most of his books have become classics. So, get your little one interested in reading; tell him more about the incomparable Mr. Dahl, through this collection of roald dahl coloring pages shown below.

Popular Roald Dahl Coloring Pages:

1. Willy Wonka:

Here’s a simple coloring page of Willy Wonka, the owner of the Chocolate Factory. Willy Wonka is one of the greatest chocolate makers of all time. He rose to this position from his eccentric genius and creativity. During the competition, he bewilders the other kids with his strange antics, except Charlie, who enjoys Willy’s behavior.

2. Fantastic Mr. Fox:

Meet Mr. Fox, the protagonist of the book “Fantastic Mr. Fox”. Mr. Fox is running hard after stealing the geese from Bunce, cider from Bean and chickens from Boggis. The farmers attempt to shoot Mr. Fox, but the bullet hits his tail instead. He later digs the ground and escapes from the farmers with his family.

[ Read: Harry Potter Coloring Pages ]

3. Matilda:

The cute, little girl you see here is Matilda Wormwood, the protagonist and titular character of Roald Dahl’s book “Matilda.” Matilda is a gifted girl, but her wealthy, but dimwitted parents are oblivious to her skills and think her to be a foolish girl. Irritated and disappointed by her parent’s behavior, Matilda keeps pulling pranks on her family.

4. The BFG:

Here’s a lovely interpretation of the big, friendly giant, better known as the BFG. BFG is one of the most lovable of Roald Dahl’s characters. His mission in life is to collect dreams and distribute them among the children. In the coloring page, BFG is along with Sophie, whom he kidnaps at the beginning of the book fearing that she would tell everyone about his powers.

5. Augustus Gloop:

Here’s a roald dahl coloring pages of Augustus Gloop, the greedy boy who was the first receiver of the Golden Ticket. Augustus was also the first child who was removed from the competition for disobeying Willy’s orders. Augustus Gloop falls into the chocolate river while trying to drink chocolate and gets stuck in the pipe.

[ Read: Mr. Bean Coloring Pages ]

6. James And The Giant Peach:

Here’s a coloring page of “James and The Giant Peach” book cover. The book is about an orphan James and his adventures as he climbs inside a gigantic and magical peach. The “James And The Giant Peach” is the first children’s book by Dahl and even today, it’s one of his most popular works.

7. Miss Spider:

This coloring page features Miss Spider, the deuteragonist of the book “James and the Giant Peach” and the owner of the “Spider Club” Miss Spider is a giant and friendly spider who likes keeping to herself. She is kind, tough, feisty, strong and confident. Miss Spider is also a mother figure to James as she saves him from the cruel ants.

8. The Witches:

Here’s a roald dahl coloring page of the cover of “The Witches”, a novel by Roald Dahl. The story is about a young boy and his Norwegian grandmother living in the world where child-hating evil witches exist. The witches do not just hate the kids, they loathe, detest, and despise kids to the point of killing them.

9. The Twits:

Here’s a coloring page of Mrs. Twits, one of the principal characters of the “The Twits”. “The Twits” is about a vindictive, hideous and spiteful couple. The ugly thoughts in Mrs. Twits mind made her face horrible too. We are so glad that we have never come across a woman like Mrs. Twits, considering how fierce and angry she looks in this coloring sheet.

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10. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory:

This coloring page features all the main characters of “Charlie And The Chocolate Factory”- Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket, Augustus Gloop, Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee, and Violet Beauregarde. “Charlie and The Chocolate Factory” is the most famous book by Roald Dahl and is loved by kids even today as it was then. The story is about Charlie Bucket, a young boy who wins the ticket to a tour of the Chocolate factory owned by Willy Wonka.

We’re sure your children will enjoy learning about Roald Dahl’s books and its characters through these coloring pages. What is your kid’s most favorite Roald Dahl’s book? Tell us in the comment section below.

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