Author: Roald Dahl
This book is about a boy named Charlie who lives with his parents and four grandparents. They are very poor, hungry and are in a hard situation. The one thing charlie loves most is the chocolate factory owned by WillyWonka in his neiborhood. One day Willy Wonka anounced that there would be a contest and five lucky children could win if they find a golden ticket in a Wonka chocolate bar.
A few days later charlie was walking when he found money inbetween a manhole. So he ran to a store that sells one of the Wonka chocolate bars and bought it. Just then he found a shining golden ticket right infront of him. He jumped in the air many of times as he ran home. The next day charlie and his granfather and four other children went on a tour to the chocolate factory and had the funnest yet creapiest adventure of their lives.
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