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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl...Charlie Bucket is a poor child who lives with his parents and all four grandparents in a small house. His family doesn’t have a lot of money for treats, so Charlie looks forward to his birthday each year. On his special day he gets a chocolate bar, which he can savor for months- eating and enjoying only a little at a time. When Mr. Willy Wonka announces that he will be opening his chocolate factory to the public...

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl...Charlie Bucket is a poor child who lives with his parents and all four grandparents in a small house. His family doesn’t have a lot of money for treats, so Charlie looks forward to his birthday each year. On his special day he gets a chocolate bar, which he can savor for months- eating and enjoying only a little at a time. When Mr. Willy Wonka announces that he will be opening his chocolate factory to the public...

charlie and the chocolate factory front    cover by ivan brunetti: www.facebook.com/pages/Ivan-Brunetti/234565237827

charlie and the chocolate factory front cover by ivan brunetti: www.facebook.com/pages/Ivan-Brunetti/234565237827

Front cover of book showing young girl from the waist down in knee socks and Mary Janes and empty brown Oxfords next to her on a picnic blanket.

Front cover of book showing young girl from the waist down in knee socks and Mary Janes and empty brown Oxfords next to her on a picnic blanket.

Roald Dahl stamps, so awesome!  This book was my very favorite for a long time!

Roald Dahl stamps, so awesome! This book was my very favorite for a long time!

"Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake are uncanny in their understanding of what children like to read and see. Sophie, an eight-year-old orphan, is kidnapped by the BFG (Big Friendly Giant) and taken to Giantland, where [her] alliance with the BFG and the queen of England results in the capture of the nine evil giants. Children will enjoy this book." -- The New York Times Book Review

"Roald Dahl and Quentin Blake are uncanny in their understanding of what children like to read and see. Sophie, an eight-year-old orphan, is kidnapped by the BFG (Big Friendly Giant) and taken to Giantland, where [her] alliance with the BFG and the queen of England results in the capture of the nine evil giants. Children will enjoy this book." -- The New York Times Book Review

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