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Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Charlie Bucket, #2) ➣ [Epub] ➝ Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (Charlie Bucket, #2) By Roald Dahl ➭ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk 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 t Now that Charlie has the Great PDF/EPUB ê 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.


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  1. Luca Ambrosino Luca Ambrosino says:

    English Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator ItalianoThe 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 wrongA series of amazing adventures and catastrophic events will keep all the children with bated breath Who has loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will probabl English Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator ItalianoThe 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 wrongA series of amazing adventures and catastrophic events will keep all the children with bated breath Who has loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will probably be disappointed by this sequel not me , however some brilliant idea still grab the attention of younger readers.Vote 7Il seguito de La fabbrica di cioccolato, inizia esattamente dove eravamo arrivati al termine della precedente avventura, ossia nell ascensore di cristallo che dovrebbe portare Charlie Bucket e tutta la sua famiglia e ovviamente il signor Wonka , alla fabbrica di cioccolato Ma qualcosa va storto Una serie di mirabolanti avventure e di eventi catastrofici terr i pi piccini con il fiato sospeso Chi ha amato La fabbrica di cioccolato probabilmente rimarr deluso da questo seguito non io , tuttavia alcune trovate divertenti coinvolgeranno comunque i lettori pi giovani.Voto 7


  2. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator The Further Adventures of Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka, Chocolate Maker Extraordinaire, 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 Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator was first published in the United States by Alfred A Knopf, Inc Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator The Further Adventures of Charlie Bucket and Willy Wonka, Chocolate Maker Extraordinaire, 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 Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator 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 2001 1377 160 9643053784 1380 1381 1388 9789643053789 20 1386 234 1388 9789643693985 1392 238 9789643698430 1395 165 9786003593305 1396 180 9789647703222


  3. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    I just discovered Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator was written the year I was born Apparently a lot of my favorite childhood kids books were written that year 1972 seemed to be the year of the fanciful, magical and or pastoral, nature oriented kids book Watership Down, All Creatures Great and Small, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Frog and Toad 2, Earthsea Cycle 3.This might explain a few things about mebut then again itlikely has a whole lotto say about where the Amer I just discovered Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator was written the year I was born Apparently a lot of my favorite childhood kids books were written that year 1972 seemed to be the year of the fanciful, magical and or pastoral, nature oriented kids book Watership Down, All Creatures Great and Small, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, Frog and Toad 2, Earthsea Cycle 3.This might explain a few things about mebut then again itlikely has a whole lotto say about where the American reading public s mind was at the time fully ensconced in Vietnam and sick of it It was time for a bit of escapism and Roald Dahl s books provided just that.This is a sequel of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory which picks up right were its predecessor left off, at least story wise It does not however pick up and carry on the same level of fantastical fun and frivolity Remember feeling underwhelmed, not quite as carried away with this one as I did the first Ironic, considering it takes place in a flying elevator Perhaps it s because the shine has worn off a bit, the surprises have been sprung and now that the reader knows what to expect in Wonka it all doesn t seem quite as magical Oh well Just the same, it s still a fun as heck book


  4. Anthony Anthony says:

    Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator picks up where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory left of, but if Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is Dahl at his best then Charlie and the great Glass Elevator is Dahl at his worst However, children will still love the silliness of it all.The best way to describe the Great Glass Elevator is clumsy and inane The Big differences between Chocolate Factory and Glass Elevator is that former is silly with a point and congruent within itself, an Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator picks up where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory left of, but if Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is Dahl at his best then Charlie and the great Glass Elevator is Dahl at his worst However, children will still love the silliness of it all.The best way to describe the Great Glass Elevator is clumsy and inane The Big differences between Chocolate Factory and Glass Elevator is that former is silly with a point and congruent within itself, and the latter is pointlessly silly and seems full of discrepancies In Chocolate Factory there was a clearly developed plot and moral in amongst all that silliness, but in Glass Elevator I have no idea why it went the way it did And even though this is supposed to be a sequel, I could be wrong but there seems to be a discrepancy in the age of the grandparents In addition the story often doesn t seem to jive with itself Of course there is always the giant possibility that I was so utterly bored with this book that I didn t catch everything Needless to say, young children, for whom this book was intended, will probably enjoy the silly imagination of this story, but adults like me probably won t like it so much I think I probably wantedchocolate factory and less outer space nonsense


  5. Matt Matt says:

    After the hair raising adventure that Charlie Bucket underwent in the opening novel, Dahl picks up right where he left off, ready to entertain young readers again When last we spoke of Charlie, he was loading his entire family into the glass elevator from his newly acquired chocolate factory With Willy Wonka and Grandpa Joe helping at the controls, Charlie welcomes Mr and Mrs Bucket, Grandpa George, and Grandmas Josephine and Georgina into the machine before it blasted off Heading up, up, u After the hair raising adventure that Charlie Bucket underwent in the opening novel, Dahl picks up right where he left off, ready to entertain young readers again When last we spoke of Charlie, he was loading his entire family into the glass elevator from his newly acquired chocolate factory With Willy Wonka and Grandpa Joe helping at the controls, Charlie welcomes Mr and Mrs Bucket, Grandpa George, and Grandmas Josephine and Georgina into the machine before it blasted off Heading up, up, up into the sky, Wonka explains the wonders of his machine, which can go in any direction and into any room whatsoever Wonka is eager to show off the elevator s prowess, blasting it into space, where the group is spotted by a US rocket ship full of astronauts Reporting back to the White House, these astronauts speak about the peculiar nature of the unidentified ship in front of them The President of the United States is sure they are astronaut spies that cannot be trusted, even from afar As Wonka and Charlie dock the elevator onto the International Space Hotel USA,drama ensues when an extra terrestrial being is seen wandering around Knowing much about space and its inhabitants, Wonka helps protect the aforementioned US ship and the containment pod carrying workers for the hotel, before blasting back towards earth Upon arrival back at the factory, Wonka seeks to enliven Charlie s grandparents, in hopes that they will get out of bed and help run the factory Stubborn and old, George, Georgina, and Josephine refuse, but are subject to a product that Willy Wonka has been using inside the factory walls a pill that can reverse the aging process When the three greedy grandparents take matters into their own hands, Wonka must use another product, with the opposite effect, to calibrate their ages again Just as Charlie thinks the drama might be done, there comes a special letter from Washington, with another round of adventures for everyone to enjoy Dahl s creative juices were surely flowing and shall never be bottled as he createsfun for the young and those who feel it in the bones.While not as crafty as the first Charlie Bucket story, Dahl brings readers into the fold with another outlandish tale that pushes the limits of the imagination That said, it does clip along nicely and utilises some of the minor characters from the opening tale grandparents in ahands on role, which is sure to pique the interest of the reader Dahl chooses to focuson the action adventure in this book than the slowly evolving adventure that touches the heart, which I did not care for as much, but still remain happy to see how things developed The novel poses fewer themes and lessons than pure, silly entertainment for the reader I can see what this was never picked up for a movie to the best of my knowledge , but can only hope that if it is, Johnny Depp is kept away from the project, as he left a new generation with a sour taste in their mouths that no Oompa Loompa could fix While the ending does leave room foradventures and the characters could make for an interesting mix within the factory walls, the passing of Roald Dahl in 1990 has made that a natural impossibility But, with a score of other novels for children to explore, there is hope that the new generation will look back to what entertained their parents and grandparents, finding richness in stores that did not require vampires, wizards, or even Middle School.Kudos, Mr Dahl for touching so many lives across the generations with simple ideas that flourish into magic.Like hate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at


  6. Mariah Mariah says:

    I am currently trying to read through all of Roald Dahl s books because growing up I loved the ones that I read I originally read Charlie and the Chocolate factory when I was in middle school I thought it was about time to finally read the second book.Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator was a very interesting book It was not what I expected for the first half of the book and I was very disappointed by that I felt like this book was two short stories combined More than half of the book ta I am currently trying to read through all of Roald Dahl s books because growing up I loved the ones that I read I originally read Charlie and the Chocolate factory when I was in middle school I thought it was about time to finally read the second book.Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator was a very interesting book It was not what I expected for the first half of the book and I was very disappointed by that I felt like this book was two short stories combined More than half of the book takes place in space and in an elevator It has nothing to do with the Chocolate Factory at all It felt like Roald Dahl used Charlie, his family and Willie Wanka as the characters in that short story because he didn t want to have to create background information on new people.Then for the second half of the book they go back to the Factory and the Umpa Lumpas sang multiple songs Nothing else that happened really had anything to do with the factory The grandparents were affected by some of the candy, but that could have taken place anywhere.This book was a much let down compared to the first book The only reason it received 3 stars from me is because Roald Dahl is an amazing writer and can even make the worst books extremely readable and somewhat entertaining


  7. Jeanette "Astute Crabbist" Jeanette "Astute Crabbist" says:

    I remember as a kid being quite disappointed by this book, having so thoroughly loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Now I can see why I wasn t that thrilled with this second one I wasn t into anything smacking of sci fi or space travel as a kid There were probably a few exceptions, but I mostly steered clear of those books This book is weird It s almost two books merged into one The first 92 pages or so is somewhat of a Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy for kids It s that weird and off I remember as a kid being quite disappointed by this book, having so thoroughly loved Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Now I can see why I wasn t that thrilled with this second one I wasn t into anything smacking of sci fi or space travel as a kid There were probably a few exceptions, but I mostly steered clear of those books This book is weird It s almost two books merged into one The first 92 pages or so is somewhat of a Hitchhiker s Guide to the Galaxy for kids It s that weird and off the wall, with the same kind of matter of fact absurdity Willy Wonka could stand in for Zaphod Beeblebrox, Charlie would be Arthur Dent, and Grandmas Josephine and Georgina could co star as Marvin the pessimistic robot I don t know who would be Ford Prefect, though Maybe Grandpa Joe The rest of the book after they crash back into the Chocolate Factory is a completely different story about pills Willy Wonka has invented that can add to or subtract from your age It s all very clever, but it lacks the charm and magic of the first book At the end when Dahl brings the two story lines back together, it seems like an afterthought, like an oops, better tie everything together and end this thing There are some very funny moments in the book, most having to do with word play, but they seem to be written for grown ups rather than for children The humor and subtext is just too subtle for kids


  8. BAM The Bibliomaniac BAM The Bibliomaniac says:

    A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men Ok, the recipe for Wonka vite is darling and cleverAll in all i did not enjoy this novelette as much as his others I felt the pieces were slightly disjointed Although Wonka s sarcastic comments are much appreciated, Grandma Georgina was not an enjoyable character And not enough Charlie The president was just ridiculous I m interested in reading all of Dahl s pieces, so at least I got this one out of the way.2017 Reading Challeng A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men Ok, the recipe for Wonka vite is darling and cleverAll in all i did not enjoy this novelette as much as his others I felt the pieces were slightly disjointed Although Wonka s sarcastic comments are much appreciated, Grandma Georgina was not an enjoyable character And not enough Charlie The president was just ridiculous I m interested in reading all of Dahl s pieces, so at least I got this one out of the way.2017 Reading Challenge has illustrations


  9. j j says:

    I don t think Nina liked this one as much as the original She had trouble paying attention until they got back to the Chocolate Factory Verdict Needscandy.


  10. Joey Woolfardis Joey Woolfardis says:

    Unlike it s predecessor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this book is probably a bit too far fetched for it to grab the same amount of attention It s an odd little book it has some good moments and is written much in the same way as the first book and his many others but it definitely has it s faults.Of the time racism was probably the biggest one It s difficult to critique something that was okay at the time of the book being published, but I can t help but think that perhaps that, along Unlike it s predecessor, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, this book is probably a bit too far fetched for it to grab the same amount of attention It s an odd little book it has some good moments and is written much in the same way as the first book and his many others but it definitely has it s faults.Of the time racism was probably the biggest one It s difficult to critique something that was okay at the time of the book being published, but I can t help but think that perhaps that, along with the quite too much whimsy storyline has contributed to this one being almost forgotten There is still some great imagination, but there just seemed to be something completely lacking possibly the very flimsy and thin plot and the rather annoying characters of Charlie s bed ridden grandparents.It was, however, mercifully short and a nice quick read that took me away from the heavy and serious Classics for a while, which is always great I m sure children will enjoy it immensely, though I d perhaps be a bit vigilante when it comes to the jokes about the Chinese.Blog Instagram Twitter Pinterest Shop Etsy


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