Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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“The Ultimate Guide to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” e-book Review & GIVEAWAY!

My Thoughts-
“The Ultimate Guide to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” by Valarie Budayr and Graphic Illustrator- Roscoe Welply

“The Ultimate Guide To Charlie And The Chocolate Factory is a step by step roadmap to a magical world the whole family can enjoy.”

I don’t even know how to begin to describe this interactive eBook of “The Ultimate Guide to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. I think of words like, colorful, interactive, fun, family actives, amazing, adventure and so much more. The book contains over 20 different crafts and actives fun for everyone in your family. This is like nothing I’ve ever read before.

I loved exploring through the world of Willie Wonka. As a kid I always imagined what it would be like to win a golden ticket and get to explore this chocolate factory. With this book it brought it all to life. The book starts you off with an activity you set up for your kids so they can find the golden ticket. There is even a link to a page for you to print out golden tickets for your kids to find, making it all the more real.

You can read the book straight through or jump around and go where you want to. You will see the map below and be able to click on each room and jump to the story and activity for that room.

There are so many fun activities you can set up for your kids or do with your kids. The one below looks like so much fun. Square candy that looks round. Sounds so much like a Wonka treat to me. The kids can have fun decorating them with you, but be sure to include “two eyes, a nose and a mouth” in order for it to be an authentic Square Candy that looks round.

I’m not sure I can even say enough to tell you how amazing and fun this interactive book is. I’ve spent hours looking through it, sharing it with my kids and I know we have plenty more hours of fun to do. I would recommend this book for every family. It’s educational, fun and brings out the imagination.

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  1. I think my daughter would love reading this.

  2. Shemp DeYoung says:

    I have loved this since I was a child and can’t wait to learn more about it.

  3. Debbie Kennedy says:

    I would love to share this with my daughters – they love making crafts and we love new ideas!

  4. sandra mitchell says:

    my grandaughters would love this book

  5. Elaine Douglas says:

    My kids would love this! Thanks :)

  6. This would be such a good ‘activity ‘ for my kids and I. I struggle to come up with ideas to craft and entertain (without tv) my kids. I would love to wins this! Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. My 4th grade read the Charlie books to us, as well as a few other Roald Dahl books, sparking my love for slightly dark, but adventurous and magical stories. I would love to expand on those wonderful worlds with this book!

  8. I’d like to win for my two kids – good for a Christmas gift.

  9. Roald Dahl is my favorite author ever! What a great idea for a companion book.

  10. The creation of a new ritual of reading time with your family and the opportunity to experience the reading of this imaginative tale as a group activity, not a solitary event.

  11. Can you please fix your tweet so that it fits? Thanks!

  12. Kimberly B. says:

    I would love to read this as I have always liked the book and the movie.

  13. I have loved this story ever since I read the book as a child, saw the movie, and then saw the remake. I’m excited to win to see how to make chocolate and gum!

  14. I love the movie and would love to share this book with my kids!

  15. Nicole Stotts says:

    I read this book as a child & would love to share this with my 7 year old son! He just started reading chapter books & I think he would love this!

  16. cassandra m says:

    I would love it not only to read but to pass on to my children

  17. I loved the book and the movie as well as my kids. We would love this book.

  18. it looks like a lovely book

  19. This was one of my favourite books growing up . I have shared it with my daughter and now we both love it.

  20. My boys would love it.