Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is about a boy who wins the opportunity to explore Willy Wonka's great chocolate factory and we
read about the adventures of Charlie Bucket as he tours the factory.
The story teaches you about Charlie who always believed
in himself and does not get influenced by the world and materialism.
An example of this is when Willy Wonka tries to persuade the children to eat certain chocolate, and in their stubbornness they all go and eat the chocolate except Charlie who does not allow himself to be persuaded to eat the chocolate.
Charlie just explores the factory and stays true to himself.
I recommend this book to other people because it tells you how Charlie goes on an adventure to the chocolate factory by winning a golden ticket.
The book is adventurous with lots of fun and fantasies and it's a good story for children to read.
Hameemah Thanvi, year 7,
St Clair High School.