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Willy wonka's famous chocolate factory is opening at lastbut only five lucky children will be allowed inside and the winners are: augustus. Books 1964, oclc 9318922 (hardcover, alfred a knopf, inc, original, first us edition, illustrated by joseph schindelman) 1967,. Roald dahl's charlie and the chocolate factory—with its sweet yet vaguely sinister universe and tasty, titillating language—has sparked. Charlie and the chocolate factory is a 1964 children's book by british author roald dahl this story featueres the adventures on the new products at that time .
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