Charlie and the chocolate factory book to read

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charlie and the chocolate factory book to read

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You currently have JavaScript disabled in your web browser, please enable JavaScript to view our website as intended. Here are the instructions of how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Publisher: Puffin. Every day, Charlie Bucket walks past Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory, with its heavenly smells wafting out. When the eccentric chocolatier Mr Willy Wonka announces that there are five Golden Tickets to be won, and the prize is a visit to his wonderful factory itself, children everywhere rush to buy his products - but Charlie's family are very poor and can only afford to buy him one bar of Wonka's chocolate each year on his birthday. He never dreams he'll have the chance to see the inside of the factory for himself - but then his dreams unexpectedly comes true. Soon Charlie, his Grandpa Jo and his fellow winners are setting out on a magical tour of the factory, where a whole host of extraordinary inventions and a river of melted chocolate await them.
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Learning English through Story - Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Chapter 6,7,8

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For those students, too, the text itself will be a discovery. The way he tells the story will present as novel and charming. The joys and charms of the novel as prose paradise will become the new story. But he is poor. Dickensian poor. Four grandparents poor.

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Roald Dahl Reads Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Four More Stories Audiobook by Roald Dahl

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  1. Pánfilo M. says:

    For Theo Some reviews of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 'One of the most popular children's books of all times' - Sunday Times 'Roald Dahl and Quentin.

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