Charlie and the chocolate factory by Roald Dahl

Charlie is a young boy in England. He lives in a small wooden cottage on a hill-that falls apart more everyday. Across the road is a massive chocolate factory owned by Mr.Wonka. In 5 of his Willy Wonka Chocolate Bars is a Golden Ticket that invites the finder and one other to explore his magical chocolate factory with chewing gum that has a three course meal taste, a chocolate lake and loads more.

I enjoyed reading this book as it is funny but is a good (children’s) story. I would recommend this to kids who are wanting a good read. I would also recommend the film to all.

by Wee aky junior


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a book about a poor family who have one son but both sets of grandparents as well as a mum and dad who all live in one house. One day the news announced that Mr Wonka is opening his factory to let five lucky families to come and see is factory. Four tickets had been found but the fifth found is a fake so Charlie is still in with a chance.


This book is a good book, I really enjoyed reading it and its really exciting when you stop and you wait until the next day to find out what happens. The funniest bit is when the Ompalompas sing. I recommend this book to people who like Roahl Dahl books and if you have seen the movie it's nothing like the book.


by Lukle

Did you know that the 17th of September is Roald Dahl Day? Check out the official website for more details.

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