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Celebrate fifty years of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

First published in 1964 with whimsical illustrations by Joseph Schindelman, Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory became an instant classic. Now this special commemorative edition brings back Schindelman’s beloved original illustrations. Perfect for old fans and new fans alike, it’s sure to become a treasured family favorite.

Hardcover, 160 pages
ISBN-10: 0001854305
ISBN-13: 9780001854307
199 Book Reviews
  • ananyadhar05
    ananyadhar05almost 2 years44 stars
    I read this book a few years ago and I really liked it. Reading this book had made me want to eat lots of chocolates.
    • cr4td4l
      cr4td4lalmost 2 years55 stars
      I like this book. It makes you crave for chocolate and sweets. I would love to own my own factory! I recommend this book.
      • cr4td4l
        cr4td4labout 2 years55 stars
        I love chocolate! This book makes me wanna eat it! EAT IT ALL!!!! My mouth is practically drooling right now.... CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE CHOCOLATE!!!
        • cr4td4l
          cr4td4labout 2 years55 stars
          This book is so amazing and makes you crave for sweet stuff (Lays golden gaze onto a table of sweets)
          • gabriel123456about 2 years
            this is a classic book iv'e honestly have read and watched the movie like 10 times this should definitely be one of your next book choices
            • belle252
              belle252about 2 years55 stars
              This is such a classic book filled with excitement and basically everything you could imagine it is funny and sad at some parts. A boy names Charlie finds the golden ticket and he is very excited this means he can get a tour of the willy winks chocolate factory. Little does he know how this chocolate is made. The other kids that fins the chocolate are stuck up and find themselves in a sticky situation once inside the factory (literally). Now in the end Charlie is the only kid that makes it out of the chocolate factory in one piece.
              • fishstick362
                fishstick362about 2 years55 stars
                I like this book and also there is a theme at the end
                • sjsj
                  sjsjabout 2 years55 stars
                  I absolutely love this novel! It definitely ranks in one of my top five! In this book, Willy Wonka, owner of an enormous chocolate factory, sends out five golden tickets to the world. Charlie ends up getting one, and he, with his Grandpa Joe, goes into the factory! Charlie sees a bunch of amazing things, such that square candies that go round, television candy, and gum that tastes like meals! When Charlie becomes the only child left in the tour, he gets the chocolate factory!
                  • Gingerjokesabout 2 years
                    This book is so great, it make my mouth water! This is about Charlie Bucket, a poor boy who finds a golden ticket and was able to see all the sweets! 900 million stars!
                    • blackcatspidzy
                      blackcatspidzyabout 2 years55 stars
                      This book is amazing Im just finishing it now it's really cool the way he gets to run the factory and all so all I can say is brilliant excellent I would write more but I don't want it to be too long