An imaginative story of a poor young boy named Charlie Bucket who is lucky enough to find a winning golden ticket in his chocolate bar that allows him and a guest to enter Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory with a chance of winning a lifetime supply of chocolate. Along the way Charlie learns life lessons and you see just how selfless a young boy can be. This is definitely a timeless story that teaches morals and one I will most definitely read to my daughter's when they are older? It's hard to believe this book has been around since the sixties and still going strong.
this has been one of my favorite authors in the whole world .
when i was younger i read all of his books and this one was one of my favortes, as an adult i still have it
This book was huge when it first came out. I used to check it out of the library all of the time. Then the movie came out. I used to dream about the chocolate factory and flying in the elevator. I still look at the movie whenever I catch it on television.
As a candy lover, this book helped me discover my love for Roald Dahl. His imaginative ways envelop readers young and old alike in a real life candy land.
Such a classic my favorite as a little girl cant wait to read this to my son once hes old enough.
Such a classic! Never really understood it as a kid, but since I'm older, it's really surprising what kind of themes the author slipped into the book (kind of dark!). Despite this, my imagination still goes wild reading this book!
This one also is my favorite ! As you might see I luv to read . I read as a kid and saw the two movie versions , Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp loved the 2 versions
One of my favorites as a kid. Still love it. Was fun reading it to my kid. A funny and happy story, with a good message.
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