Take a peek inside the place where Roald Dahl wrote many of his classic stories.
This small little hut in Buckinghamshire is where Roald Dahl wrote many of his famous stories, including Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Another weird object is this big ball made from old chocolate wrappers that Roald ate as a kid - he must've loved his chocs!
His typical day started at 9:30am when he'd go through his fanmail and then he'd write from about 10:30am to midday. After lunch and an afternoon read, he'd do a couple more hours' writing from around 4pm.
A campaign's been launched to save the crumbling hut and the many strange mementoes inside it - including one of Roald's hip bones that was removed!
Leah poses with Roald's armchair - he didn't like writing at a desk because he hurt his back while fighting during World War II.
Roald couldn't type and he always used a pencil to write his stories.
This photo shows Roald Dahl writing in his hut around 1990 - the year he died. The hut hasn't been touched since.