Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
What happens when the five luckiest children in the entire world walk through the doors of Willy Wonka’s famous, mysterious chocolate factory? What happens when, one by one, the children disobey Mr. Wonka’s orders? In Dahl’s most popular story, the nasty are punished and the good are deliciously, sumptuously rewarded.
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“It's beyond a joke,” said Mr. Gloop. “Mr. Wonka doesn't seem to think so!” cried
Mrs. Gloop. “Just look at him! He's laughing his head off! How dare you laugh like
that when my boy's just gone up the pipe! You monster!” she shrieked, pointing ...
“You think it's a joke, do you? You think that sucking my boy up into your Fudge
Room like that is just one great big colossal joke?" “He'll be perfectly safe,” said
Mr. Wonka, giggling slightly. “He'll be chocolate fudge!” shrieked Mrs. Gloop.
“I'm joking,” said Mr. Wonka, giggling madly behind his beard. “I didn't mean it.
Forgive me. I'm so sorry. Goodby, Mrs. Gloop! And Mr. Gloop! Good-by! Good-by!
l'll see you later. . . As Mr. and Mrs. Gloop and their tiny escort hurried away, the ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Shannon.Allen - www.librarything.com
I can't get past the fact that children were being murdered in this whackadoo's candy factory. I liked the descriptions of the imaginary Oompa Loompa world and people, as well as much of the details ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - howifeelaboutbooks - www.librarything.com
Not my favorite Dahl story but it had been a long time since I read it - maybe college? It’s is a really good, incredibly silly story, and I love it in its pure state. Next up is watching the movies - I’ve never seen them! Read full review
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