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by Roald Dahl

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ISBN: 0553121448
Author: Roald Dahl
Language: English
Publisher: Bantam Books (1979)
Pages: 164
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 578
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Now that Charlie has won the chocolate factory, what's next? Even wilder adventures, that'swhat! Join him, Grandpa Joe, and, of course, Willy Wonka for the amazing, intergalactic sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! Get A Copy.

Now that Charlie has won the chocolate factory, what's next? Even wilder adventures, that'swhat! Join him, Grandpa Joe, and, of course, Willy Wonka for the amazing, intergalactic sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory! Get A Copy. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, Skylark Novel, 164 pages.

Taking up where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory leaves off, Charlie, his family, and Mr. Wonka find themselves launched into space in the great glass elevator. Mr. Willy Wonka might be a genius with chocolate, but Charlie and his family don2t trust his flying skills one bit. And right now, he2s at the helm of a giant glass elevator that2s picking up speed and hurtling through space 7 with Charlie and the entire Bucket family stuck inside! Roald Dahl2s uproarious sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is certain to delight and entertain a new generation of readers.

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator is a children's book by British author Roald Dahl

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator is a children's book by British author Roald Dahl. It is the sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, continuing the story of young Charlie Bucket and chocolatier Willy Wonka as they travel in the Great Glass Elevator. The book was first published in the United States by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. in 1972, and in the United Kingdom by George Allen & Unwin in 1973.

The complete adventures of charlie and mr willy wonka . Mr Willy Wonka, chocolate-maker extraordinary. This extraordinary object was now speeding round and round the earth at a height of 240 miles.

The complete adventures of charlie and mr willy wonka danny the champion of the world. George's marvellous medicine. Mr and Mrs Bucket, Charlie's father and mother. Grandpa Joe and Grandma Josephine, Mr Bucket's father and mother. Guests were to be taken up and down by a taxi-service of small capsules blasting off from Cape Kennedy every hour on the hour, Mondays to Fridays. But as yet there was nobody on board at all, not even an astronaut.

Unlike Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, one of the good things is that you don't have a movie reference . Anyway I think these are great for kids around 9 and up. This book is about what happened after Charlie won the factory

Unlike Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, one of the good things is that you don't have a movie reference point for this read. You're going in mostly blind, which is good.

Charlie and the Space Aliens became Charlie and the Really Grumpy Grandparents midway. The fun and humor from the first book seemed completely lacking in this sequel. Perhaps if the grandparents didn't complain so much, the story could have flowed more easily, but instead I found myself not wanting to continue after the glass elevator made it back to the factory. I kept very much to myself and my thoughts that year.

Mr and Mrs Bucket and little Charlie Bucket slept in the other room, upon .

Mr and Mrs Bucket and little Charlie Bucket slept in the other room, upon mattresses on the floor. In the summertime, this wasn't too bad, but in the winter, freezing cold draughts blew across the floor all night long, and it was awful. It was WONKA'S FACTORY, owned by a man called Mr Willy Wonka, the greatest inventor and maker of chocolates that there has ever been.

Charlie, in the book Charlie and the Great Glass elevator, went flying through space and time. Charlie and his family discovered the . space hotel where they met three pilots being attacked by knids. A problem arises when the pilots can't get down to earth without burning up into ashes.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator together in a single bumper volume with phizz-whizzing new Roald Dahl branding! In CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, Mr Willy Wonka opened the gates of his amazing factory to Charlie.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator together in a single bumper volume with phizz-whizzing new Roald Dahl branding! In CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, Mr Willy Wonka opened the gates of his amazing factory to Charlie Bucket, our hero, and four repulsive children. They are Augustus Gloop (greedy), Veruca Salt (spoiled), Violet Beauregard (gum-chewer) and Mike Teavee (TV addict). Next, in CHARLIE AND THE GREAT GLASS ELVEVATOR, Charlie and his family find themselves orbiting the Earth with Mr Willy Wonka. WHOOSH! So grab your gizzard! Hold your hats! Pay.

Charlie Bucket appears in two of Roald Dahl's stories: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - which has been adapted into two films, an opera and a stage musical - and Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator. Charlie lives with his mother, his father and his four grandparents in a little wooden house near a great town. Well, he does the first time we meet him, anyway. Charlie and his family don't have much money. That means they don't have much to eat. Which makes the fact that there is a great big Chocolate Factory in his very own town all the more difficult for poor Charlie.

Comments:

Armin
This book was atrocious, my students begged me to get the second book after we had read the first book over the Summer last year. And this book was absolutely painful to get through, I had to stop almost every other sentence to explain the confusing jargon that most children wouldn't be privy to unless an adult was reading along with them, and had to edit on the fly SEVERAL parts of the books far too often for my liking. It was dull, and a struggle to keep myself and my students engaged. This book does not fit the Dahl standard at all.
Mettiarrb
My 9 year old loved this book and is asking for more books from this Author. She read this in school with her class and since next year we are homeschooling maybe these other books would be great for book reports? Anyway I think these are great for kids around 9 and up.
This book is about what happened after Charlie won the factory. IF you want to know what all it is about I just can't spoil it for you but I will tell you it has something to do with space..
Molace
Great book!

I'm sure u have read Charlie and the chocolate factory if u r reading this review. This is just another funny,classic and awesome book for ages 7-100. This guy just does not know how to make a bad book. Even people who r getting a little older (no offence) think this book is charming. Now if u have read Charlie and the chocolate factory, u know that he is GREAT writer.

Now for a little peek at the book.

Charlie and his family have gone into space!!! This is a bad thing but the older people STILL won't get out of their bed. Then Aliens come and try to take down Charlie and the crew. Can they survive the aliens? Will people think that THEY r the aliens? Find out in this master piece!!!!!!!!

Give this book a chance. Just a chance.
END.
Thabel
Not only is Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator a wonderful, fun, quirky book - Douglass Hodge is the best narrator I think I have ever heard. His energy, the different character's voices, and his fantastically enthusiastic delivery set him a notch above other readers, even the very great ones.

We own both this and his reading of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and my girls (and I) have listened to both of them several times. I would recommend them to anyone, and doubly so to fans of Charlie or of Roald Dahl.
Scream_I LOVE YOU
This book was not better than the first, but doesn't mean it was bad. The reason why was because is was very fake. What in the world are Knids!? How can the Glass Elavator go into space!? Tho it was fake, it was good imagination. Yeah, crazy is Roald Dahl's style. It was still a great book tho. Recommended for kids 7-12
Phenade
This book is WEIRD and not in the charming way that Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is. I had forgotten, but read this with my 6 yr old. Skip this one and go right to The BFG which is a treat in every way.
Bil
I read this follow up to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory as a kid, and I remember liking it. I bought this to read to my kids some 30 years later after we read the first book together...not as good as I remembered. Kind of a strange story and definitely not as good as Charlie and the Chocolate factory.

The kindle version was fine, but I think it might be best for most readers to stop at the first book.
Roald Dahl's entire published work should be required reading. He's a magician. I loved all his books as a child and I recently bought them all to enjoy again as an adult. I have made my friends read them to spread his works to others.

This short story is written in the same style as most of his other works. Not everything about people or life is pretty -- but there's always something to learn from it. Roald Dahl uses vivid imagery, fun language, and immerses the reader.

Get it. Smile.

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