Author: Roald Dahl
Ages: 7 to 11 years
About The Book:
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory byRoald Dahl is about a little boy named Charlie. Charlie loved chocolate but Charlie’s family was very poor and he could rarely afford any.
Willy Wonka, the greatest chocolate maker in the world has hidden 5 golden tickets in his chocolates. The 5 people who find the tickets will get to see Wonka’s secret factory.
Lucky for Charlie, his birthday comes before the 5th golden ticket is found. His grandfather presents him a Wonka bar. Will Charlie be lucky? Will he be able to see Wonka’s secret factory?
4 of the children who found the ticket were rich and could get whatever they wanted. To me, it felt like a dream to get whatever one wants. But when I met them, they learnt a lot about their flaws. If you want to know about it and the fascinating secrets of the factory, read the book.
Why I Liked The Book
- The life lessons the Oompa Loompas were both educational and entertaining.
- The factory was magical and so amazing! I loved reading about all the bizarre things the various machines did.
- The way the kids got into trouble and learnt about their flaws was funny.