Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, by Roald Dahl, Fantasy Fiction
Text to Text Connection
Charlie lives in a poor town with his mom,dad, and two of his grandma and grandpas. They have the same meal each and every day because of the tight budget. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory take place in the 1960s. This makes Charlie even more grateful for the things he has than the other kids.
In the fantasy fiction book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,by Roald Dahl, is about being humble, which reveals even if you have everything you must remain modest and humble.
The book Charlie and Chocolate Factory has a connection with the book , The Candymakers, by Wendy mass. They both take place with with a factory and multiple kids. In The Candymakers, the 12-yr old kids make a candy invention that is starting to cause a disaster. With many ups and downs the kids must save the factory before the invention becomes a disaster. Both books have kids that are working to save a factory. The Candymakers and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory have similar connections in many ways.
The Universal Conflict in the book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, is Mr.Wonka is getting old and needs someone to take over is factory. So, he chooses five kids to compete for the title and to see who is the most loyal. As a result, Charlie stays devoted and is now the new heir of the factory. The universal conflict in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is man vs society.
In the book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the mood consists of pure excitement. When Charlie gets the golden ticket and tours the factory, it makes the reader feel so happy for him. This book is a real page turner because you want to see Charlie's next move in exploring the chocolate factory.