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This will hold your interest for summer reading.
am 19. August 1999
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is a book about a boy named Charlie who lives in a small shack outside of town with several relatives. The house is very crowded. Everyday on his paper route Charlie passes the Wonka Chocolate Factory and lifts his nose to smell the scent of melted chocolate in the air. Charlie wishes he could just have a chance to go into the factory. Then one day Charlie walks by the factory and notices it is in operation again after ten years. It was inoperative because Mr. Willy Wonka couldn't trust his workers. They were all spies. So he found and rescued the Oompa Loompas so they could work for him. Later, Mr. Wonka had an idea for a contest. There would be 5 golden tickets wrapped in 5 Wonka Bars in the world. The lucky finders would be able to enter the factory and bring two guests. Due to greediness, Charlie was the only one to survive the factory tour. He, therefore inherits the factory from Willy Wonka. This becomes a great home for all of Charlies family. I suggest you read this book because it is a funny, well written, easy to understand book for a 10-12 year old.