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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory This classic book is called Charlie and the Chocolate Factory The creative author that has written this book is named Roald Dahl This author originally made this books genre fiction However since it has been around so long and many people enjoyed and read it it is now considered a classic Charlie Bucket lives in a cottage in a normal town with pedestrian people He lives with his father mother grandfather grandmother great grandfather and his great grandmother All four seniors stay in a bed and have not left the bed for twenty years Charlie is very poor compared to the kids at school In fact his family is starving One day Charlie heard that Mr Willy Wonka made a contest where there are five golden tickets hidden under five Wonka bars throughout the world All five people found golden tickets so then Charlie gives up hope Later on he read in the newspaper that the last one was a phony That means there was one golden ticket left Charlie obviously wanted it but there was no hope Then when he was walking back from school Charlie saw something green on the ground It was a dollar He then ran to the candy store and bought two Wonka bars Two Wonkas Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight He ate the first one less then a minute As he opened the second one he saw something It was glittery andgold It was a golden ticket Charlie ran home and told his folks the news The ticket said that he was able to bring one or two of his family members Charlie chose Grandpa Joe because nobody else wanted to go On February 1 everyone waits to see the famous Willy Wonka Here he comes As he walks out he lets the ticket bearers walk in What a place Inside laid a candy wonderland Everything was eatable From the trees to the grass However
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