Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By: Roald Dahl

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By: Roald Dahl

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory By: Roald Dahl Hey you like candy! I like candy! Then come read Charlie chocolate factory!

Genre This wonderful story, Charlie and the chocolate factory is fiction because there is no such thing as Willy Wonka, Charlie and the other characters in the story. Another thing is that there is no such thing as a giant chocolate factory that Mr. Willy Wonka lives in or never comes out of. Thats how this story is fiction!!!!!! Setting The wonderful book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory takes place in two places. The first place is at Charlies house where his parents live. Charlie and his family live in an old crooked house with cracks and a lot of drafts, I feel so bad, dont

you!? The house is kind of in the city but Charlie does not live in a building. Charlie and his family are VERY poor. The second place is Willy Wonkas chocolate factory. The ginormous castle looking factory was filled with candy, it is glorious!!!!!! One more sneak peek nobody has ever seen somebody come out or in except the cars delivering chocolate. That is so cool if you want to see everything read this book! CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, is about a kid named Charlie, who is very poor. He lives with his grandma, grandpa, aunt, mom, dad, and his uncle but his dad is the only one with a job. Charlies poor family lived in an old, almost going to collapse, house in the city. Charlie, his mom and his dad were the only ones who were not old like the others. During each

meal, all they had was measly cabbage soup. The only good thing that the Charlies family can afford on Charlies birthday is a chocolate bar. On the week of Charlies birthday a flier came out that saying that five golden tickets are in each candy bar, but they are hidden among thousands of chocolate bars. Only 5 children will be able find the golden ticket and get a tour of Willy Wonkas Chocolate factory. Only one kid at the end will get a special prize! Some people think that a boy like Charlie does not have a chance! The book starts out with Charlies birthday and his parents coming through the slanted door and giving him a chocolate bar. All of the family is sitting on the bed when Charlie starts to open the chocolate bar slowly. Go to your closest library and get Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl to read what happens next!

Who would I recommend this book for? I would recommend this book for Kailey La Pooh. I think she will like this book because I asked her if she likes excitement and chocolate and she said, yes! also 0one more person I would recommend this book for, my brother Lucas he LOVES chocolate I am telling you this for a reason! By: Caitlyn Sanchez

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