Charlie and the chocolate factory. Roald Dahl, Joseph Schindelman.
Charlie and the chocolate factory
Charlie and the chocolate factory

Charlie and the chocolate factory

New York: A.A. Knopf, 1964. Early printing. Hardcover. Large octavo in white DJ, 161 pages, b&w illustrations ; 25 cm. Extremely mild rubbing to front corners, tape residue to boards, extremely gentle rubbing to spine foot and head, ink ownership signature, date and tape residue to front free endpaper, bright pages, tight binding, light sunning to DJ spine, very gentle rubbing to DJ spine head, very minor soiling to DJ, else about Very Good in Very Good(+) DJ. Item #88936

Price of $3.95 printed to jacket sleeve. Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction. || Each of five children lucky enough to discover an entry ticket into Mr. Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory takes advantage of the situation in his own way. || Contents: Here comes Charlie -- Mr. Willy Wonka's factory -- Mr. Wonka and the Indian prince -- The secret workers -- The golden tickets -- The first two finders -- Charlie's birthday -- Two more golden tickets found -- Grandpa Joe takes a gamble -- The family begins to starve -- The miracle -- What it said on the golden ticket -- The big day arrives -- Mr. Willy Wonka -- The chocolate room -- The Oompa-Loompas -- Augustus Gloop goes up the pipe -- Down the chocolate river -- The inventing room : everlasting gobstoppers and hair toffee -- The great gum machine -- Good-by Violet -- Along the corridor -- Square candies that look round -- Veruca in the nut room -- The great glass elevator -- The television-chocolate room -- Mike Teavee is sent by television -- Only Charlie left -- The other children go home -- Charlie's chocolate factory. || DJ protected in archival mylar sleeve.

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