The BFG is a wonderful book that is about a girl named Sophie that is captured by a giant when she sees him blowing something into a window of a house down the street. He knew she had caught him because he could hear her all the way down the street! It definitely is a good thing she had been carried off by him, because if she had been taken off by the Fleshlumpeater, the Gizzardgulper, the Bonecruncher, the Meatdripper, the Butcher Boy, or any of the other man-eating, fifty foot tall giants, she would have been dinner. Luckily, she was captured by a dream-blowing giant. Soon, he takes her to giant country, and she tries a snozzcumber and frobscottle. After Sophie witnesses the giants gallop off to England to eat “little chidlers” (children), she develops a plan. The plan was to blow a dream into the Queen of England’s bedroom, explaining everything about the giant’s trips. When the Queen sees Sophie right on her windowsill, just like her dream told her she would, she partially believed her dream. Soon, she called other great leaders of different countries, just to make sure, and when she had made three calls, she believed her dream, and they started to plan how to capture the giants. Soon, the BFG, Sophie and the army had brought back the nine gruesome giants, and then they were thrown into a pit that they could not get out of. The only other time that they ate another human was when three drunken teenagers fell in the pit that the brutes were being held captives. You could hear their cries of delight, followed by the crunching of bones, for miles! In the end, Sophie and the BFG were heroes, the BFG even got an education, and he learned how to write properly.