Aunt Sponge (also simply known as Sponge) is one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 Disney live action/stop-motion animated film James and the Giant Peach (which is based on the 1961 children's novel of the same name by the late Roald Dahl), the other being Aunt Spiker. Aunt Spiker – A thin, tall, cruel and evil woman; Sponge's sister. Book reference • Pre-reading of chapters 1 and 2. • Working in pairs, the children create another awful aunt for James, following these questions: - If the aunt … Aunt Sponge – A fat, treacherous, greedy and evil woman; Spiker's sister. James and the Giant Peach - Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker cont. The Earthworm – A male earthworm who often quarrels with the Centipede. Learning outcome • A description of a new character using metaphors and similes. Aunt Spiker (also simply known as Spiker) is one of the two main antagonists of the 1996 Disney live action/stop-motion animated film James and the Giant Peach (which is based on the 1961 children's novel of the same name by the late Roald Dahl), the other being Aunt Sponge. Aunt Sponge : I look and smell, I do declare, as lovely as a rose. Aunt Spiker said, “My sweet, you cannot win, Behold MY gorgeous curvy shape, my teeth, my charming grin! Aunt Sponge went red. Oh, beauteous me! The Centipede – A male centipede, depicted as a boisterous rascal and proud of his 'hundred legs', even though he only has 42. Behold my heavenly silky locks, and if I … James and the Giant Peach Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker Learning objective • To explore metaphors and similes in the descriptions of Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker. Aunt Spiker is James' aunt, Sponge's sister, and one of the main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach. She and Aunt Spiker made James do all of the housework and were very mean to James. How I adore My radiant looks! Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker are James' aunts, Spiker's sister, and one of the main antagonists of the 1996 live-action film, James and the Giant Peach.It is unknown whether Spiker and Sponge are the sisters of James' father or mother, or possibly his great-aunts, since the illustrations show them to be elderly in the book. It is unknown whether Spiker and Sponge are the sisters of James' father of mother, or possibly his great-aunts, since they appear to be elderly in the book's illustrations. Just feast your eyes upon my face, observe my shapely nose. Aunt Sponge was one of James' family members in James & the Giant Peach.