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A Brief Review of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

   Radharani Sen - Jun 28 2024

What is the book about?
The book is about a boy named Charlie Bucket who loves eating chocolate. However, his parents cannot afford it because they are poor. One snowy, cold day while walking home from school, he found some money. Soon after, he discovered a golden ticket from Mr. Willy Wonka.

A great town
Mr. Wonka’s Chocolate Factory

Mrs. Bucket’s parents are Grandma Josephine and Grandpa Joe, and Mr. Bucket’s parents are Grandma Georgina and Grandpa George. Mrs. and Mr. Bucket’s son is Charlie Bucket. They are very poor, living in a small wooden house on the edge of a big town. They are so poor that they only eat cabbage soup for breakfast, lunch, snacks, and supper. Charlie loves chocolate, so one day his father, Mr. Bucket, came home with a newspaper and read aloud to Charlie, "Mr. Willy Wonka was reopening his chocolate factory and was allowing five lucky children to visit, with golden tickets hidden in the chocolate wrappers. These children would receive a lifetime supply of chocolate." Charlie was excited to find a golden ticket and be one of those lucky children. When he went to buy a chocolate bar, he was disappointed not to find a golden ticket. One day, Mr. Bucket came home with another newspaper announcing that the first lucky child to find a golden ticket was Augustus Gloop, a nine-year-old boy who loved to eat and was very overweight. Other lucky children were Veruca Salt, Mike Teavee, and Violet Beauregarde. One wintry day, as Charlie walked down the street, he found a coin. Hungry, he rushed to a nearby shop and bought a Wonka's Whipple-Scrumptious Fudgemallow Delight. Charlie ate the chocolate without expecting a golden ticket, but he found one inside, making him the fifth and final winner. Charlie was ecstatic, and the shopkeeper announced it to everyone, causing a huge crowd to gather. The shopkeeper guided Charlie out of the crowd, and they returned home where Charlie told his parents and Grandpa Joe. The next day, Grandpa Joe accompanied Charlie to Mr. Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, where Mr. Wonka welcomed them and showed them all the wonders of the factory.

Character Analysis
In "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", the main characters are Charlie Bucket, a kind and poor boy who stays hopeful despite his challenges, and Willy Wonka, the quirky and smart owner of the magical chocolate factory. The story also includes the other four kids who find golden tickets: Augustus Gloop, a boy who loves food a lot; Veruca Salt, a girl who always gets what she wants; Violet Beauregard, a girl who loves chewing gum and competing; and Mike Teavee, a boy who's crazy about TV and technology. Each character's unique traits and weaknesses make the adventure inside the factory interesting, showing lessons about right and wrong, overindulgence, and what happens due to actions.

Critical Analysis
I love the quality of the book. Its cover page, illustrations, and everything else are nice. There's nothing negative that I want to mention.

I loved the new vocabulary I encountered while reading this book, and I would like to recommend it to children in grades 3, 4, and 5. It's very interesting!

I would like to rate this book 9.5 out of 10.

Name: Radharani Sen
Grade: 6 chamlang
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