Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Chocolate rivers and toffee trees. Magic is on the menu in Roald Dahl’s tastiest book! Charlie Bucket loves chocolate. Who doesn’t? Trouble is, his family are so poor that all they can afford to eat is cabbage soup. Yuck. But then Charlie wins a golden ticket to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory: a paradise of strange inventions and lip-smacking flavours. Amid the cocoa forests and bubbling vats of sweeties, a life-changing surprise is waiting for Charlie… This book is your dream ticket into a world where fantasies come to life. You’ll gobble up every last word, then ask for seconds.

“The ultimate children’s story ever.” David Walliams

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    I love this book because i think it tells people that are feeling down that there is always a bright side to a bad thing. My favourite part in this book is where he finds the golden ticket in the chocolate bar. How he finds it is when he is walking home he finds a 5 dollar note on the ground he picks it up and runs to the sweet shop. he buys three chocolate bar and stuffs two of them down. When he opens the third one he sees something gold. He tears the rest of it open and finds a GOLDEN TICKET. He runs home as fast as he could and told his family all about finding the money on the ground. Can you believe his luck? He wants his grandpa to go with him but then realised that grandpa has not walked for over twenty years! He is very sad. But then grandpa jumps out of bed and off they go. that is why that is my favourite part of the story.

    6 October 2016

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    Roald Dahl

    Roald Dahl is probably the best loved children’s author ever, creator of iconic characters like Matilda, Willy Wonka and the BFG!

    Awards

    Roald Dahl has won many awards for his books including the Whitbread Award for The Witches in 1983, the Smarties Award in 1990 for Esio Trot and the Blue Peter prize for Matilda in 2000. In 2008 the Roald Dahl estate launched an award in his name – the Roald Dahl Funny Prize.

  • Awards

    Quentin Blake was awarded the 2012 Eleanor Farjeon prize for services to children’s literature.

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