The Vicar of Nibbleswicke
Puffin Books, 1994 - 40 頁
"My name is Eel, Robert Eel. I am the new rotsap of Nibbleswicke. Dog help me!"
The Reverend Lee is suffering from a rare and acutely embarrassing condition: Back-to-Front Dyslexia. It affects only his speech, and he doesn't realize he's doing it, but the parishioners of Nibbleswicke are shocked and confused by seemingly outrageous comments.
At last a cure is found and the mild-mannered vicar can resume normal service. Or at least as normal as is possible for a man who must walk backwards to be sure of taking forwards!
A highly comic tale in the best Dahl tradition of craziness, written for the benefit of the Dyslexia Institute.
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able to cope adults ADVENTURES amused Back-to-Front barmy became began bell-ringers blessing of Dog broke called career characters charities CHARLIE Childhood children's CHOCOLATE FACTORY choir Christmas church collaboration completely congregation crazy cried the vicar cure Dahl's Dear doctor Dog Almighty donated drink Dyslexia Institute eccentric ENORMOUS CROCODILE ESIO feel FOREWORD forgive funerals generosity GIANT PEACH going greet head hear ILLUSTRATED instance JAMES KISS knitting krap lady London loved magazines MARVELLOUS memories Miss Prewt Miss Twerp morning mouth National Theatre nervous nice obscene older readers parents parish parishioners perfectly Picture Book plug poor PUFFIN BOOKS pulpit Quentin Blake rail rest Reverend Lee reverse RHYME Roald Dahl Robert Lee rotsap round sentence sermons soon spell stories suddenly suffered Sunday talking teachers thing UNEXPECTED verger Vicar of Nibbleswicke vicar walked village walk backwards Weddings words worried writing young