Roald Dahl's Letter to Goodrich

Long-serving Goodrich teacher Howard Johnson's class wrote letters to Roald Dahl in 1983. They had been discussing whether or not The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar could possibly have been true. This was his reply...

Mr Johnson said that he'd thought long and hard about the meaning, and concluded that Roald Dahl was saying, "If you believe that, you'll believe anything..."

Posted on September 19, 2014 .