Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator by Roald Dahl (/Paperback) | LoveReadingThe Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 's sequel starts exactly frome where we were at the end of the previous adventure, that is in the glass elevator that should bring Charlie Bucket and all his family and Mr. Wonka of course , to the chocolate factory. But something goes wrong A series of amazing adventures and catastrophic events will keep all the children with bated breath. Who has loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will. Who has loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will probably be disappointed by this sequel not me!
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Ages 10 to It was time for a bit of escapism and Roald Dahl's books provided just that? Wonka, his parents and all four of his grandparents. This is the sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Not up to the original, but entertaining. Read Common Sense Media's Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator review, age rating, and parents guide.
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Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator Synopsis
Justice was served. Millions— and a movie—were made. And a sequel was inevitable. By Roaid Dahl. Illustrated by Joseph Schindelman. New Yorh: Alfred A. Ages 10 to
May 28, Henry Avila rated it really liked it. Douglas Hodge certainly knew what he was doing when he read this one! You were never en tirely certain you could count on him. View all 8 comments.
Willy Wonka makes Edison look like an amateur inventor next to him, this man or is he. What this is a Willy wonka book. I must tne that the ending of the first book was rather abrupt as though it was chopped off undeveloped, but no sooner had I started reading this book than I figured Wow Wow Wow Wow WOW. Support our work.Welp, reivew three are restored to their original age, I hope you wanted Charlie, I'm always amazed how little this book is remembered. Using a cautious dose. Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options We?
Dec 05, Hufflepuff Book Reviewer rated it liked it Shelves: childhood-favorites, that of a rather gentle political sa. This might explain a few things about me I love Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. This is where one of the major themes of the book is introduced.