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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory [Unknown Binding]

Roald Dahl
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3.0 out of 5 stars Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Nov. 6 2001
By A Customer
What is the probability of you getting one of five golden tickets in the world? Not very big. That is exactly what Charlie thought. But, every time he bought the one and only 'Wonka Bar' he felt a feeling that he was going to win. He never gave up, that is what made him a winner.
I am a lot like Charlie in some ways. Charlie never gave up until he knew that there was no possible chance of him wining, just like me. I liked this book, because I can relate to most characters, and recommended it to people of all ages.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Read it Aug. 9 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is a wonderful story. It shows kids the perspective of someone who is poor and gracious. It also shows that adults can have imagination. The kid is loyal to his family. The kids who lost out are good examples of how not to be and are very memorable.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just as i remembed it Jan. 4 2013
By Matthew
Format:Library Binding|Verified Purchase
Both copies of the book arrived to my delight albeit they are not in brand new condition but they are what i wanted so 5 stars it is. Could be my own misinterpretation but unfortunately only one of the hard covers had a cover sleeve. Regardless, the books are great. One of them made a perfect present for a little boy who is about the age i was when i first read about Charlie. Thanks!!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Charlie and the Chocolate Factory March 25 2004
By jay kim
Title of the book: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
By: Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake(illustrator)
Reviewed by: J. Kim
Period 6
Willy Wonka's chocolate factory finally opens! However, only 5 childrens gets to go into the factory. The winners were Augustus Gloop, an enormously fat boy who likes to eat; then there's Veruca Salt a spoiled little brat that get whatever she wants; theres Violet Beauregarde a kid that loves to chew gum; theres a T.V. freak Mike Teavee; last but not least there is the hero Charlie Bucket a kid from a poor family but honest and kind. they all gets ready for the best tour of their lives.
Theres many reasons why I like this book and dislike this book. I like this book because it opens your imagination free and it is so detailed like this quote "look Violet is still chewing that old dreadful gumthat she had for 3 months."However the thing that I dislike about the book is that the kids get punished in an obvious things like Augustus gets punished for eating too much.
The favorite part of the book for me was when Charlie's family gets the factory for themself because they were really poor, and they deserved it because they are so nice and honest. this is why this was the favorite part of the book for me.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Timeless July 26 2005
By A Customer
I have seen a lot of people talk of this book since the movie came out... I love this book an I have read this book many times still I was 12 years old and it teaches a lot of things including tips on parenting... This is one of those books that children should read often because it is not only a fun book but it does make you think... Event though children don't see this they will learn from this book after a while... Its like the litle prince... children see the magic first then as they read again later in their lives they see that this book has many layers!
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5.0 out of 5 stars charlie and the chocolate factory Feb. 28 2010
We had borrowed this from the library & kept re-newing it. My son loves it & listens to it in his room after his stories have been read. I remember this wonderful story from my childhood. You can't go wrong with " Roald Dahl "
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2.0 out of 5 stars Truly unabridged Nov. 19 2009
By Kate
We had listened to a CD version which my 6 year old loved and I was so excited to order this one that I didn't note the "unabridged" - this means 3 and a half hours/3 CD's! Not suitable for younger children plus I enjoyed the other version anyway as it skipped the horrible parts (child being shredded, burned, etc).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Everyone will love it June 22 2004
By raquel
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is brilliant. Roald Dahl's language is eccentric and refreshing. This book is about a boy named Charlie Bucket who lives with his poor family right near a the greatest chocolate factory in the world. When the owner of the chocolate factory, Willy Wonka, sends out five golden tickets, the whole world erupts in chaos. No one has been allowed in the great factory for years, and everyone knows that Wonka is a magician with magic. The story will make anyone hungry for a good candy bar and is easily amusing. I would recomment that everyone read this book at least once, though it was directed towards kids in grades 2-6.
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