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"Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. - James and the Giant Peach. Upon arriving in New York, both are soaked as if they had been driving their car across the seabed. Both she and Spiker are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Registered Charity No. Instead of caring for him, they force him to do all the work around the house, they had a tendency to beat him when he disagrees with them or backtalk, and almost always send him to his room without dinner.

Sadistic, cruel, mean, lazy, dimwitted, vain, selfish, unkind, uncaring, deranged, violent, malicious, greedy, abusive, narcissistic, Short and obese woman, pale skin, red haired wig, wears a variety of different clothing, To be really beautiful, to make lots of money off the giant peach (failed), Being beautiful, making lots of money, making James' life miserable, torturing James, food, James, bugs (especially spiders), James escaping with the peach, She and her sister are crushed to death by the giant peach when it flattens their car. Roald Dahl is a registered trademark of The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited.

True to her sharp-sounding name, she’s tall, thin, bony, and wears spectacles that clip onto her nose. Keep up to date with monthly emails from the world of Roald Dahl: Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. She meets her end when she is crushed to death as the giant peach rolls over her. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. They never called him by his real name, but always referred to him as “you disgusting little beast” or “you filthy nuisance” or “you miserable creature,” and they certainly never gave him any toys to play with or any picture books to look at.

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. That night, she and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers. In the 1996 film, they survive and pursue James to New York City in their beat-up car (in the Ice World, James and Miss Spider see a shipwreck with figureheads, having a terrible resemblance of the two aunts). https://roalddahl.fandom.com/wiki/Aunt_Spiker?oldid=23375. At the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Sponge calls him a "lazy little bug", and along with Spiker, orders him to get up and get to work. 1137409.

Aunt Spiker immediately tripped over Aunt Sponge and came down on top of her. Spiker and Sponge use the giant peach as an attraction, making lots of money as James watches from the house, not allowed to leave or play with the other children. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. In the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Spiker comments that he already wasted four minutes of daylight, and along with Sponge, orders him to get up and get to work. ―Aunt Sponge to James. That night, Spiker and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers.

James never hears either aunt laugh out loud during his three years with them. Cross-curricular link • … Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. Both she and Sponge are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Spiker is also smarter and less gluttonous than Sponge, as Sponge originally wanted to eat the peach, but Spiker had the better idea of using the peach to get rich.

Spiker is described as tall and thin (almost emaciated) with steel glasses (which she doesn't have in the film).

Aunt Spiker appears in Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, his first famous children's story.

Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. Registered Charity No. Books: Disney Villains: The Essential Guide • Disney Villains: Delightfully Evil: The Creation • The Inspiration • The Fascination. However, James finally stands up to them and ties them up with the Spider's thread. “Oh, Auntie Sponge!” James cried out. In the book, when the peach gets loose, it rolls over Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge, instantly squashing them both, but they don't necessarily reappear at the end.

Aunt Spiker is James ' aunt, Sponge 's sister, and one of the two main antagonists from James and the Giant Peach. My students love how organized the handouts are and enjoy tracking the themes as a class.”, LitCharts uses cookies to personalize our services. Aunt Spiker... was lean and tall and bony, and she wore steel-rimmed spectacles that fixed on to the end of her nose with a clip. and find homework help for other James and the Giant Peach questions at eNotes - James and the Giant Peach. Other Members: Pete • Big Bad Wolf • Lonesome Ghosts • Mortimer Mouse • Honest John • Gideon • Stromboli • The Coachman • Monstro • Chernabog • The Headless Horseman • Anastasia Tremaine • Drizella Tremaine • Lucifer • Cheshire Cat • Mr. Smee • Si and Am • Diablo • Jasper and Horace • Madam Mim • Kaa • Shere Khan • Edgar Balthazar • Prince John • Sir Hiss • Sheriff of Nottingham • Heffalumps • Woozles • Madame Medusa • Amos Slade • Horned King • Professor Ratigan • Felicia • Sykes • Flotsam and Jetsam • Percival C. McLeach • Iago • Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Governor Ratcliffe • Claude Frollo • Pain and Panic • Fates • Shan Yu • Clayton • Sabor • Yzma • Captain Gantu • Bowler Hat Guy • Doris • Lawrence • Mother Gothel • The Stabbington Brothers • King Candy • Sour Bill • Hans • Duke of Weselton • Yokai • Bellwether • Tamatoa • Ralph Clones • King Runeard • Br'er Fox • Br'er Bear • Oogie Boogie • Dr. Hämsterviel • Queen Narissa • Hitchhiking Ghosts • Carnotaurus Along with her sister, Spiker, she treats her nephew James horribly, making him do all the housework and not allowing him to meet any other children.

The Centipede – A male centipede, depicted as a boisterous rascal and proud of his 'hundred legs', even though he only has 42. From the creators of SparkNotes, something better. James and the bugs then tie Spiker and Sponge up with Miss Spider's thread, and the beat cop has them taken away on a crane, after which they are presumably arrested. 1085853. Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. © The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited / Quentin Blake 2018. The rolling was fun at first, but after the peach flattened Aunt Sponge and, ...than any diet would have. It isn’t very far—and I feel so hot and awful and lonely...”. This website uses cookies. They attempt to stop James but they end up getting tied up with Miss Spider's silk and sent out of New York City. Get him, Sponge.". “And Auntie Spiker! And please ignore/The pimple on my chin. After the credits, there's a scene showing an arcade-like game which consists of controlling a rhinoceros to attack replica models of the aunts.

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"Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. - James and the Giant Peach. Upon arriving in New York, both are soaked as if they had been driving their car across the seabed. Both she and Spiker are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Registered Charity No. Instead of caring for him, they force him to do all the work around the house, they had a tendency to beat him when he disagrees with them or backtalk, and almost always send him to his room without dinner.

Sadistic, cruel, mean, lazy, dimwitted, vain, selfish, unkind, uncaring, deranged, violent, malicious, greedy, abusive, narcissistic, Short and obese woman, pale skin, red haired wig, wears a variety of different clothing, To be really beautiful, to make lots of money off the giant peach (failed), Being beautiful, making lots of money, making James' life miserable, torturing James, food, James, bugs (especially spiders), James escaping with the peach, She and her sister are crushed to death by the giant peach when it flattens their car. Roald Dahl is a registered trademark of The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited.

True to her sharp-sounding name, she’s tall, thin, bony, and wears spectacles that clip onto her nose. Keep up to date with monthly emails from the world of Roald Dahl: Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. She meets her end when she is crushed to death as the giant peach rolls over her. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. They never called him by his real name, but always referred to him as “you disgusting little beast” or “you filthy nuisance” or “you miserable creature,” and they certainly never gave him any toys to play with or any picture books to look at.

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. That night, she and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers. In the 1996 film, they survive and pursue James to New York City in their beat-up car (in the Ice World, James and Miss Spider see a shipwreck with figureheads, having a terrible resemblance of the two aunts). https://roalddahl.fandom.com/wiki/Aunt_Spiker?oldid=23375. At the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Sponge calls him a "lazy little bug", and along with Spiker, orders him to get up and get to work. 1137409.

Aunt Spiker immediately tripped over Aunt Sponge and came down on top of her. Spiker and Sponge use the giant peach as an attraction, making lots of money as James watches from the house, not allowed to leave or play with the other children. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. In the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Spiker comments that he already wasted four minutes of daylight, and along with Sponge, orders him to get up and get to work. ―Aunt Sponge to James. That night, Spiker and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers.

James never hears either aunt laugh out loud during his three years with them. Cross-curricular link • … Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. Both she and Sponge are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Spiker is also smarter and less gluttonous than Sponge, as Sponge originally wanted to eat the peach, but Spiker had the better idea of using the peach to get rich.

Spiker is described as tall and thin (almost emaciated) with steel glasses (which she doesn't have in the film).

Aunt Spiker appears in Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, his first famous children's story.

Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. Registered Charity No. Books: Disney Villains: The Essential Guide • Disney Villains: Delightfully Evil: The Creation • The Inspiration • The Fascination. However, James finally stands up to them and ties them up with the Spider's thread. “Oh, Auntie Sponge!” James cried out. In the book, when the peach gets loose, it rolls over Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge, instantly squashing them both, but they don't necessarily reappear at the end.

Aunt Spiker is James ' aunt, Sponge 's sister, and one of the two main antagonists from James and the Giant Peach. My students love how organized the handouts are and enjoy tracking the themes as a class.”, LitCharts uses cookies to personalize our services. Aunt Spiker... was lean and tall and bony, and she wore steel-rimmed spectacles that fixed on to the end of her nose with a clip. and find homework help for other James and the Giant Peach questions at eNotes - James and the Giant Peach. Other Members: Pete • Big Bad Wolf • Lonesome Ghosts • Mortimer Mouse • Honest John • Gideon • Stromboli • The Coachman • Monstro • Chernabog • The Headless Horseman • Anastasia Tremaine • Drizella Tremaine • Lucifer • Cheshire Cat • Mr. Smee • Si and Am • Diablo • Jasper and Horace • Madam Mim • Kaa • Shere Khan • Edgar Balthazar • Prince John • Sir Hiss • Sheriff of Nottingham • Heffalumps • Woozles • Madame Medusa • Amos Slade • Horned King • Professor Ratigan • Felicia • Sykes • Flotsam and Jetsam • Percival C. McLeach • Iago • Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Governor Ratcliffe • Claude Frollo • Pain and Panic • Fates • Shan Yu • Clayton • Sabor • Yzma • Captain Gantu • Bowler Hat Guy • Doris • Lawrence • Mother Gothel • The Stabbington Brothers • King Candy • Sour Bill • Hans • Duke of Weselton • Yokai • Bellwether • Tamatoa • Ralph Clones • King Runeard • Br'er Fox • Br'er Bear • Oogie Boogie • Dr. Hämsterviel • Queen Narissa • Hitchhiking Ghosts • Carnotaurus Along with her sister, Spiker, she treats her nephew James horribly, making him do all the housework and not allowing him to meet any other children.

The Centipede – A male centipede, depicted as a boisterous rascal and proud of his 'hundred legs', even though he only has 42. From the creators of SparkNotes, something better. James and the bugs then tie Spiker and Sponge up with Miss Spider's thread, and the beat cop has them taken away on a crane, after which they are presumably arrested. 1085853. Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. © The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited / Quentin Blake 2018. The rolling was fun at first, but after the peach flattened Aunt Sponge and, ...than any diet would have. It isn’t very far—and I feel so hot and awful and lonely...”. This website uses cookies. They attempt to stop James but they end up getting tied up with Miss Spider's silk and sent out of New York City. Get him, Sponge.". “And Auntie Spiker! And please ignore/The pimple on my chin. After the credits, there's a scene showing an arcade-like game which consists of controlling a rhinoceros to attack replica models of the aunts.

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"Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. - James and the Giant Peach. Upon arriving in New York, both are soaked as if they had been driving their car across the seabed. Both she and Spiker are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Registered Charity No. Instead of caring for him, they force him to do all the work around the house, they had a tendency to beat him when he disagrees with them or backtalk, and almost always send him to his room without dinner.

Sadistic, cruel, mean, lazy, dimwitted, vain, selfish, unkind, uncaring, deranged, violent, malicious, greedy, abusive, narcissistic, Short and obese woman, pale skin, red haired wig, wears a variety of different clothing, To be really beautiful, to make lots of money off the giant peach (failed), Being beautiful, making lots of money, making James' life miserable, torturing James, food, James, bugs (especially spiders), James escaping with the peach, She and her sister are crushed to death by the giant peach when it flattens their car. Roald Dahl is a registered trademark of The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited.

True to her sharp-sounding name, she’s tall, thin, bony, and wears spectacles that clip onto her nose. Keep up to date with monthly emails from the world of Roald Dahl: Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. She meets her end when she is crushed to death as the giant peach rolls over her. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. They never called him by his real name, but always referred to him as “you disgusting little beast” or “you filthy nuisance” or “you miserable creature,” and they certainly never gave him any toys to play with or any picture books to look at.

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. That night, she and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers. In the 1996 film, they survive and pursue James to New York City in their beat-up car (in the Ice World, James and Miss Spider see a shipwreck with figureheads, having a terrible resemblance of the two aunts). https://roalddahl.fandom.com/wiki/Aunt_Spiker?oldid=23375. At the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Sponge calls him a "lazy little bug", and along with Spiker, orders him to get up and get to work. 1137409.

Aunt Spiker immediately tripped over Aunt Sponge and came down on top of her. Spiker and Sponge use the giant peach as an attraction, making lots of money as James watches from the house, not allowed to leave or play with the other children. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. In the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Spiker comments that he already wasted four minutes of daylight, and along with Sponge, orders him to get up and get to work. ―Aunt Sponge to James. That night, Spiker and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers.

James never hears either aunt laugh out loud during his three years with them. Cross-curricular link • … Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. Both she and Sponge are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Spiker is also smarter and less gluttonous than Sponge, as Sponge originally wanted to eat the peach, but Spiker had the better idea of using the peach to get rich.

Spiker is described as tall and thin (almost emaciated) with steel glasses (which she doesn't have in the film).

Aunt Spiker appears in Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, his first famous children's story.

Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. Registered Charity No. Books: Disney Villains: The Essential Guide • Disney Villains: Delightfully Evil: The Creation • The Inspiration • The Fascination. However, James finally stands up to them and ties them up with the Spider's thread. “Oh, Auntie Sponge!” James cried out. In the book, when the peach gets loose, it rolls over Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge, instantly squashing them both, but they don't necessarily reappear at the end.

Aunt Spiker is James ' aunt, Sponge 's sister, and one of the two main antagonists from James and the Giant Peach. My students love how organized the handouts are and enjoy tracking the themes as a class.”, LitCharts uses cookies to personalize our services. Aunt Spiker... was lean and tall and bony, and she wore steel-rimmed spectacles that fixed on to the end of her nose with a clip. and find homework help for other James and the Giant Peach questions at eNotes - James and the Giant Peach. Other Members: Pete • Big Bad Wolf • Lonesome Ghosts • Mortimer Mouse • Honest John • Gideon • Stromboli • The Coachman • Monstro • Chernabog • The Headless Horseman • Anastasia Tremaine • Drizella Tremaine • Lucifer • Cheshire Cat • Mr. Smee • Si and Am • Diablo • Jasper and Horace • Madam Mim • Kaa • Shere Khan • Edgar Balthazar • Prince John • Sir Hiss • Sheriff of Nottingham • Heffalumps • Woozles • Madame Medusa • Amos Slade • Horned King • Professor Ratigan • Felicia • Sykes • Flotsam and Jetsam • Percival C. McLeach • Iago • Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Governor Ratcliffe • Claude Frollo • Pain and Panic • Fates • Shan Yu • Clayton • Sabor • Yzma • Captain Gantu • Bowler Hat Guy • Doris • Lawrence • Mother Gothel • The Stabbington Brothers • King Candy • Sour Bill • Hans • Duke of Weselton • Yokai • Bellwether • Tamatoa • Ralph Clones • King Runeard • Br'er Fox • Br'er Bear • Oogie Boogie • Dr. Hämsterviel • Queen Narissa • Hitchhiking Ghosts • Carnotaurus Along with her sister, Spiker, she treats her nephew James horribly, making him do all the housework and not allowing him to meet any other children.

The Centipede – A male centipede, depicted as a boisterous rascal and proud of his 'hundred legs', even though he only has 42. From the creators of SparkNotes, something better. James and the bugs then tie Spiker and Sponge up with Miss Spider's thread, and the beat cop has them taken away on a crane, after which they are presumably arrested. 1085853. Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. © The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited / Quentin Blake 2018. The rolling was fun at first, but after the peach flattened Aunt Sponge and, ...than any diet would have. It isn’t very far—and I feel so hot and awful and lonely...”. This website uses cookies. They attempt to stop James but they end up getting tied up with Miss Spider's silk and sent out of New York City. Get him, Sponge.". “And Auntie Spiker! And please ignore/The pimple on my chin. After the credits, there's a scene showing an arcade-like game which consists of controlling a rhinoceros to attack replica models of the aunts.

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Aunt Spiker shows herself to be infinitely worse in the film, as she actually attempts to kill James with a fire axe when he stands up to them in the climax. Spiker and Sponge in the original 1961 version of the book.

―Aunt Spiker to James. The Earthworm – A male earthworm who often quarrels with the Centipede. "Aunt Spiker, on the other hand, was lean and tall and bony, and she, wore steel-rimmed spectacles that fixed onto the end of her nose with a clip. They also have a terrible hatred of insects and bugs and kill them in a variety of awful ways, and are thus hated by them as well. She and her sister, Sponge, live with their nephew, James Henry Trotter, who they treat horribly. Sponge is also the sister of James' late father. The next day, hordes of people arrive to look at it. Aunt Sponge Trotter is James' aunt, Spiker's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. Over the years, they beat him whenever they feel like it and deny him any delights of childhood, such as exploring the woods or making friends. In the movie, after James' parents are eaten by a rhinoceros, he ends up with his mean aunts, Spiker and Sponge, who adopt him. Spiker and Sponge use the giant peach as an attraction, making lots of money as James watches from the house, not allowed to leave or play with the other children. Instant downloads of all 1364 LitChart PDFs Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker - James and the giant peach (1996) Guest Villains: Sarah Sanderson • Winifred Sanderson • Mary Sanderson, Video Games: Disney Villains Challenge • Disney's Villains' Revenge She and Sponge always call James mean and insulting names instead of just calling him by his name.

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"Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. - James and the Giant Peach. Upon arriving in New York, both are soaked as if they had been driving their car across the seabed. Both she and Spiker are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Registered Charity No. Instead of caring for him, they force him to do all the work around the house, they had a tendency to beat him when he disagrees with them or backtalk, and almost always send him to his room without dinner.

Sadistic, cruel, mean, lazy, dimwitted, vain, selfish, unkind, uncaring, deranged, violent, malicious, greedy, abusive, narcissistic, Short and obese woman, pale skin, red haired wig, wears a variety of different clothing, To be really beautiful, to make lots of money off the giant peach (failed), Being beautiful, making lots of money, making James' life miserable, torturing James, food, James, bugs (especially spiders), James escaping with the peach, She and her sister are crushed to death by the giant peach when it flattens their car. Roald Dahl is a registered trademark of The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited.

True to her sharp-sounding name, she’s tall, thin, bony, and wears spectacles that clip onto her nose. Keep up to date with monthly emails from the world of Roald Dahl: Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. She meets her end when she is crushed to death as the giant peach rolls over her. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. They never called him by his real name, but always referred to him as “you disgusting little beast” or “you filthy nuisance” or “you miserable creature,” and they certainly never gave him any toys to play with or any picture books to look at.

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. That night, she and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers. In the 1996 film, they survive and pursue James to New York City in their beat-up car (in the Ice World, James and Miss Spider see a shipwreck with figureheads, having a terrible resemblance of the two aunts). https://roalddahl.fandom.com/wiki/Aunt_Spiker?oldid=23375. At the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Sponge calls him a "lazy little bug", and along with Spiker, orders him to get up and get to work. 1137409.

Aunt Spiker immediately tripped over Aunt Sponge and came down on top of her. Spiker and Sponge use the giant peach as an attraction, making lots of money as James watches from the house, not allowed to leave or play with the other children. Aunt Spiker Trotter is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. In the beginning of the film, when James awakens from being asleep in his room, Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge come into his room, and Spiker comments that he already wasted four minutes of daylight, and along with Sponge, orders him to get up and get to work. ―Aunt Sponge to James. That night, Spiker and Sponge send James outside to pick up the garbage dropped by their customers.

James never hears either aunt laugh out loud during his three years with them. Cross-curricular link • … Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. Both she and Sponge are vain, each singing praises of their imagined beauty while they are in fact repulsive, but each usually ends up attacking the other's repulsiveness. Spiker is also smarter and less gluttonous than Sponge, as Sponge originally wanted to eat the peach, but Spiker had the better idea of using the peach to get rich.

Spiker is described as tall and thin (almost emaciated) with steel glasses (which she doesn't have in the film).

Aunt Spiker appears in Roald Dahl's James and the Giant Peach, his first famous children's story.

Aunt Sponge was enormously fat and very short. Registered Charity No. Books: Disney Villains: The Essential Guide • Disney Villains: Delightfully Evil: The Creation • The Inspiration • The Fascination. However, James finally stands up to them and ties them up with the Spider's thread. “Oh, Auntie Sponge!” James cried out. In the book, when the peach gets loose, it rolls over Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge, instantly squashing them both, but they don't necessarily reappear at the end.

Aunt Spiker is James ' aunt, Sponge 's sister, and one of the two main antagonists from James and the Giant Peach. My students love how organized the handouts are and enjoy tracking the themes as a class.”, LitCharts uses cookies to personalize our services. Aunt Spiker... was lean and tall and bony, and she wore steel-rimmed spectacles that fixed on to the end of her nose with a clip. and find homework help for other James and the Giant Peach questions at eNotes - James and the Giant Peach. Other Members: Pete • Big Bad Wolf • Lonesome Ghosts • Mortimer Mouse • Honest John • Gideon • Stromboli • The Coachman • Monstro • Chernabog • The Headless Horseman • Anastasia Tremaine • Drizella Tremaine • Lucifer • Cheshire Cat • Mr. Smee • Si and Am • Diablo • Jasper and Horace • Madam Mim • Kaa • Shere Khan • Edgar Balthazar • Prince John • Sir Hiss • Sheriff of Nottingham • Heffalumps • Woozles • Madame Medusa • Amos Slade • Horned King • Professor Ratigan • Felicia • Sykes • Flotsam and Jetsam • Percival C. McLeach • Iago • Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed • Governor Ratcliffe • Claude Frollo • Pain and Panic • Fates • Shan Yu • Clayton • Sabor • Yzma • Captain Gantu • Bowler Hat Guy • Doris • Lawrence • Mother Gothel • The Stabbington Brothers • King Candy • Sour Bill • Hans • Duke of Weselton • Yokai • Bellwether • Tamatoa • Ralph Clones • King Runeard • Br'er Fox • Br'er Bear • Oogie Boogie • Dr. Hämsterviel • Queen Narissa • Hitchhiking Ghosts • Carnotaurus Along with her sister, Spiker, she treats her nephew James horribly, making him do all the housework and not allowing him to meet any other children.

The Centipede – A male centipede, depicted as a boisterous rascal and proud of his 'hundred legs', even though he only has 42. From the creators of SparkNotes, something better. James and the bugs then tie Spiker and Sponge up with Miss Spider's thread, and the beat cop has them taken away on a crane, after which they are presumably arrested. 1085853. Aunt Sponge appears in Roald Dahl's first famous children's book, James and the Giant Peach. © The Roald Dahl Story Company Limited / Quentin Blake 2018. The rolling was fun at first, but after the peach flattened Aunt Sponge and, ...than any diet would have. It isn’t very far—and I feel so hot and awful and lonely...”. This website uses cookies. They attempt to stop James but they end up getting tied up with Miss Spider's silk and sent out of New York City. Get him, Sponge.". “And Auntie Spiker! And please ignore/The pimple on my chin. After the credits, there's a scene showing an arcade-like game which consists of controlling a rhinoceros to attack replica models of the aunts.

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