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 ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Something Nasty in the Lifts cont. • Re-read the passage with the children. • Identify and analyse the use of similes ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator [Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the bestselling author of Matilda and ...

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 ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Something Nasty in the Lifts cont. • Re-read the passage with the children. • Identify and analyse the use of similes ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator [Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the bestselling author of Matilda and ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator is the sequel to Roald Dahl's classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.​

The grandparents are still incensed with Wonka's adventurous nature. They refuse, as before, to come out of bed. Then mysterious visitors arrive in a helicopter. The Oompa-Loompas give Wonka a letter from President Gilligrass, congratulating the occupants of the Great Glass Elevator on saving the lives of the shuttle astronauts and hotel staff and inviting them as the guests of honor to a White House dinner. The grandparents don't want to be left out, so they leap out of bed and join Charlie, Grandpa Joe, Wonka, and Charlie's parents to enter the helicopter sent to pick them up.

I’ll write first in English, and then in French. It’s not a translation, I am just writing first in English and then in French so it can’t be exactly the same. (Première partie en Anglais, deuxième partie en Français, descendez un peu).

I am very sad to write this review. I had loved the first book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , but this one is a big disappointment . Honestly, I was really bored during most of the book and it was hard to keep reading. This book has lost all the humor that was in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , the jokes are absurd and impossible to understand. Also, I don’t understand what went through the author’s mind when he wrote such stupid things. I can’t believe it is the same person who wrote Matilda.

What I didn’t understand at all was the parallel story regarding the President of the United States . Why is it even here? Why does the author want to ridicule the President and his cabinet? Also, the novel takes place in a cold war context, since when the President sees the elevator he thinks it is a Russian spaceship and his Chief Army wants to explode it. This takes place during the space race between the Americans and Russians. Tensions with Russia and French spies are also mentioned. What I wonder is how a child who is still in primary school and who reads this book is supposed to understand this?! Honestly, I don’t see the author’s point.

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 ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator - Something Nasty in the Lifts cont. • Re-read the passage with the children. • Identify and analyse the use of similes ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator [Roald Dahl, Quentin Blake] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From the bestselling author of Matilda and ...

Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator is the sequel to Roald Dahl's classic children's book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.​

The grandparents are still incensed with Wonka's adventurous nature. They refuse, as before, to come out of bed. Then mysterious visitors arrive in a helicopter. The Oompa-Loompas give Wonka a letter from President Gilligrass, congratulating the occupants of the Great Glass Elevator on saving the lives of the shuttle astronauts and hotel staff and inviting them as the guests of honor to a White House dinner. The grandparents don't want to be left out, so they leap out of bed and join Charlie, Grandpa Joe, Wonka, and Charlie's parents to enter the helicopter sent to pick them up.

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