Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book Review
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book review

Roald Dahl, Robert Powell (Performer)
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Title: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Author: Roald Dahl, Robert Powell (Performer)

Average number of words per page: more than 100

STORY:
36 readers have rated this story.
Average story rating: 7.81/10.0
ILLUSTRATIONS:
36 readers have rated the illustrations.
Average illustration rating: 6.32/10.0

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Story Rating
8.0 out of a possible 10.0
Book review by: PHIWE StgSec 9E
age: 15

Review submitted on 08/05/2010 at 01:55:19

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Illustrations Rating
4.0 out of a possible 10.0

PHIWE StgSec 9E writes the following about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory :
The book is about a young boy called charlie living in a small house and his family was poor. His father worked in a toothpaste factory. He was the only one working in the family. One day the owner of a chocolate factory hid 5 golden tickets in his chocolates for 5 lucky children who will get a chance to enter his humongous chocolate factory. Charlie was the last lucky kid to get the golden ticket. The 5 lucky kids had a chance to view the factory for the first time, the most interesting part of the book was when the kids were so fascinated by the wonders of the factory and thats when they caused trouble and when they ended up getting disqlified from secret competition. Charlie was the only one who didnt cause trouble and ended up winning the competition and inheriting the factory from willie wonker. I really enjoyed this book because it was adventuerous and made my mouth watery thinking of those chocolates. I would recommend this book from the of ages 10.
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