CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY a short summary The story centers around the title character Charlie Bucket who lives with his parents and all four grandparents in a tiny house They re poor hungry cold and pretty much in dire straits The one thing that brightens Charlie s life is the chocolate factory owned by Willy Wonka that s right in the neighborhood That and the one chocolate bar a year he gets on his birthday Mr Bucket has a job he screws toothpaste lids onto toothpaste tubes in a local toothpaste factory Grandpa Joe seems to know a lot about Wonka s factory and he tells Charlie a bunch of stories about a chocolate palace Mr Wonka built and about how he had to close his factory down because of spies stealing his recipes During one of these stories Charlie s dad comes in with the news that Mr Wonka will be opening up his factory to five lucky children who can find Golden Tickets in Wonka chocolate bars Contest A boy called Augustus Gloop finds the first Golden Ticket immediately He is an enormous nine year old who does nothing but sit around and eat chocolate all day A small rich girl from a faraway city finds the second Golden Ticket Her name is Veruca Salt and her father bought hundreds of thousands of Wonka chocolate bars to appease his demanding daughter He made the workers in his peanut factory stop shelling peanuts and start opening candy bars until a Golden Ticket was found four days later Now the spoiled Veruca is content Miss Violet Beauregarde an incessant gum chewer finds the third ticket She used to place her sticky chewed gum on elevator buttons so people would unknowingly put their fingers into the disgusting mass now she is chewing one piece of gum and hopes to set the world s record for gum chewing Mike Teavee wins the fourth ticket A young man consumed with weapons violence and television he is annoyed by the publicity he is getting for having a silly gold piece of paper On his birthday Charlie s whole family hopes that his chocolate bar will contain a Golden ticket and guess what It doesn t Grandpa Joe even gives him some saved up money to buy one more Still nothing One day while Charlie is walking home from school hungry and cold he finds some money on the ground and uses it to buy chocolate And sure enough without even expecting it he finds his golden ticket Charlie and his Grandpa Joe go to the factory on the day of the tour and boy is it marvelous There s a room made entirely of edible things with a chocolate river and little people called Oompa Loompas who run the factory And that s only the beginning One by one the other four children on the tour cause some major trouble and are carried away Augustus Gloop falls into the chocolate river while trying to drink from it Violet Beauregarde eats some magic gum that turns her into a blueberry Veruca Salt tries to steal a worker squirrel and ends up down a garbage chute and Mike Teavee is shrunken down when he tries to send himself through television Charlie is the only child who doesn t cause trouble and Willy Wonka tells him he won the whole factory Mr Wonka wants someone to take over for him when he gets old and he chooses Charlie That s right the whole factory is his They shoot through the roof on the glass elevator go get Charlie s family and bring them back to the factory where they ll never go hungry again

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"CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY " a short summary:
The story centers around the title character, Charlie Bucket, who lives with his parents and all four grandparents in a tiny house. They're poor, hungry, cold, and pretty much in dire straits. The one thing that brightens Charlie's life is the chocolate factory, owned by Willy Wonka, that's right in the neighborhood. That, and the one chocolate bar a year he gets on his birthday. Mr. Bucket has a job; he screws toothpaste lids onto toothpaste tubes in a local toothpaste factory.

Grandpa Joe seems to know a lot about Wonka's factory and he tells Charlie a bunch of stories: about a chocolate palace Mr. Wonka built, and about how he had to close his factory down because of spies stealing his recipes. During one of these stories, Charlie's dad comes in with the news that Mr. Wonka will be opening up his factory to five lucky children who can find Golden Tickets in Wonka chocolate bars. Contest!
A boy called Augustus Gloop finds the first Golden Ticket immediately. He is an enormous nine-year-old who does nothing but sit around and eat chocolate all day. A small, rich girl from a faraway city finds the second Golden Ticket. Her name is Veruca Salt, and her father bought hundreds of thousands of Wonka chocolate bars to appease his demanding daughter. He made the workers in his peanut factory stop shelling peanuts and start opening candy bars until a Golden Ticket was found four days later. Now the spoiled Veruca is content. Miss Violet Beauregarde, an incessant gum chewer, finds the third ticket. She used to place her sticky, chewed gum on elevator buttons so people would unknowingly put their fingers into the disgusting mass; now she is chewing one piece of gum and hopes to set the world’s record for gum chewing. Mike Teavee wins the fourth ticket. A young man consumed with weapons, violence, and television, he is annoyed by the publicity he is getting for having a silly gold piece of paper.
On his birthday, Charlie's whole family hopes that his chocolate bar will contain a Golden ticket, and guess what? It doesn't. Grandpa Joe even gives him some saved-up money to buy one more. Still nothing. One day, while Charlie is walking home from school, hungry and cold, he finds some money on the ground and uses it to buy chocolate. And sure enough, without even expecting it, he finds his golden ticket.

Charlie and his Grandpa Joe go to the factory on the day of the tour and boy is it marvelous. There's a room made entirely of edible things (with a chocolate river), and little people called Oompa-Loompas who run the factory. And that's only the beginning! One by one, the other four children on the tour cause some major trouble and are carried away. Augustus Gloop falls into the chocolate river while trying to drink from it, Violet Beauregarde eats some magic gum that turns her into a blueberry, Veruca Salt tries to steal a worker squirrel and ends up down a garbage chute, and Mike Teavee is shrunken down when he tries to send himself through television.

Charlie is the only child who doesn't cause trouble, and Willy Wonka tells him he won, the whole factory. Mr. Wonka wants someone to take over for him when he gets old and he chooses Charlie. That's right, the whole factory is his! They shoot through the roof on the glass elevator, go get Charlie's family, and bring them back to the factory, where they'll never go hungry again.

"CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY " a short summary: The story centers around the title character, Charlie Bucket, who lives with his parents and all four grandparents in a tiny house. They're poor, hungry, cold, and pretty much in dire straits. The one thing that brightens Charlie's life is the chocolate factory, owned by Willy Wonka, that's right in the neighborhood. That, and the one chocolate bar a year he gets on his birthday. Mr. Bucket has a job; he screws toothpaste lids onto toothpaste tubes in a local toothpaste factory. Grandpa Joe seems to know a lot about Wonka's factory and he tells Charlie a bunch of stories: about a chocolate palace Mr. Wonka built, and about how he had to close his factory down because of spies stealing his recipes. During one of these stories, Charlie's dad comes in with the news that Mr. Wonka will be opening up his factory to five lucky children who can find Golden Tickets in Wonka chocolate bars. Contest! A boy called Augustus Gloop finds the first Golden Ticket immediately. He is an enormous nine-year-old who does nothing but sit around and eat chocolate all day. A small, rich girl from a faraway city finds the second Golden Ticket. Her name is Veruca Salt, and her father bought hundreds of thousands of Wonka chocolate bars to appease his demanding daughter. He made the workers in his peanut factory stop shelling peanuts and start opening candy bars until a Golden Ticket was found four days later. Now the spoiled Veruca is content. Miss Violet Beauregarde, an incessant gum chewer, finds the third ticket. She used to place her sticky, chewed gum on elevator buttons so people would unknowingly put their fingers into the disgusting mass; now she is chewing one piece of gum and hopes to set the world’s record for gum chewing. Mike Teavee wins the fourth ticket. A young man consumed with weapons, violence, and television, he is annoyed by the publicity he is getting for having a silly gold piece of paper. On his birthday, Charlie's whole family hopes that his chocolate bar will contain a Golden ticket, and guess what? It doesn't. Grandpa Joe even gives him some saved-up money to buy one more. Still nothing. One day, while Charlie is walking home from school, hungry and cold, he finds some money on the ground and uses it to buy chocolate. And sure enough, without even expecting it, he finds his golden ticket. Charlie and his Grandpa Joe go to the factory on the day of the tour and boy is it marvelous. There's a room made entirely of edible things (with a chocolate river), and little people called Oompa-Loompas who run the factory. And that's only the beginning! One by one, the other four children on the tour cause some major trouble and are carried away. Augustus Gloop falls into the chocolate river while trying to drink from it, Violet Beauregarde eats some magic gum that turns her into a blueberry, Veruca Salt tries to steal a worker squirrel and ends up down a garbage chute, and Mike Teavee is shrunken down when he tries to send himself through television. Charlie is the only child who doesn't cause trouble, and Willy Wonka tells him he won, the whole factory. Mr. Wonka wants someone to take over for him when he gets old and he chooses Charlie. That's right, the whole factory is his! They shoot through the roof on the glass elevator, go get Charlie's family, and bring them back to the factory, where they'll never go hungry again.

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