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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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Author: Roald Dahl
Subject: The adventure of five children touring Willy Wonka's fantastic factory.
Setting: The imaginary chocolate factory of Willy Wonka
Rumors surround a candy factory, and, for the first time in 10 years, Willy Wonka, owner, is offering a tour to five children--winners of a contest who find Golden Tickets in Wonka chocolate bars. Impoverished Charlie Bucket is a winner. On the tour, Charlie discovers that the rumors can't compare to the extraordinary truth. Charlie's life is changed forever.
|Lexile Measure: 810
Grade Level: 4
|Gender of Main Character: Boy
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In the story, Willy Wonka is a most unusual character with many interesting character traits and abilities. Write about someone you know who has unusual abilities and/or character traits.
Whether a family is wealthy or poor affects the family's lifestyle. At the beginning of the story, Charlie's household is extremely poor. Write a paragraph describing the Bucket family's living conditions and the way they cope with their poverty.
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