Dolphin Days: Exploring ‘Chocolate Factory’ with Grandpa

  • Thursday, October 17, 2013


We are studying “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” in class. I had to write this because we are writing chapter summaries and an essays about who we would take to the factory if we were Charlie. This is my paper.

I would take Grandpa Joe. It would be fun because he would tell me stories along the way. He was the one that mostly wanted to go there. Grandpa Joe would be glad that I chose him. Mostly, because he talked about Willy Wonka. Both of us were the most curious about the factory. He wanted to meet Mr. Willy Wonka. We both wanted to know all the secrets. Grandpa Joe was craving chocolate. He talked about how amazing it would be to find the golden ticket. Nobody else would thank me more. He is the oldest out of my four grandparents that live with us. I think Grandpa Joe is a great choice.

Exploring ‘Chocolate Factory’ with Grandpa


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