Greetings to you, the lucky finder of this Gold Ticket from Mr Willy Wonka! Tremendous things are in store for you!
Charlie Bucket's life is about to change forever, thanks to one miraculous moment!
Willy Wonka, chocolate maker extraordinaire, has hidden five golden tickets in five ordinary bars of chocolate, and any child who finds one will get the chance to visit his incredible factory.
And Charlie has found one . . . But so have . . .
Augustus Gloop - a glutton for chocolate
Veruca Salt - a spoiled and selfish brat
Violet Beauregarde - a repulsive gum-chewer
Mike Teavee - a television fiend
With a chocolate river, delectable confectionery and mysterious Oompa Loompas, Mr Wonka's factory is the most wondrous place Charlie has ever seen.
On the occasion of its 40th anniversary, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl, illus. by Quentin Blake, presents the famous story interspersed with Blake's characteristically frenetic line drawings, with clusters of candy sprinkled across the pages. Pink, lavender, baby blue and yellow backgrounds of the pages make a sugary new wrapper for this favorite tale. .
Watch the 2005 film not the book a waste of time also the old film is a waste as well so don't waste you're time on the book the old film the 2005 film would be better than definitely the book get the 2005 film on iTunes more money but buy it because it's worth it don't buy the stupid boring book listen get the sample don't buy the full book get the film on iTunes
Censorship is bad!
Very Good book but buy an original copy from a second hand place don’t buy this censored version!
It a great book I’ve seen the film as well a must watch