You must have had various kinds of chocolates. Have you heard of a person who can make chocolates that are not found anywhere else except in his factory?
Read this story about a little boy who is told about such a person and the most wonderful chocolates that he could make. In the evenings, after he had finished his supper of watery cabbage soup, Charlie always went into the room of his four grandparents to listen to their stories, and then afterward to say Kit was watery? good night, His grandparents were quite old-older than ninety.
Throughout the day, uni Charlie made his par they lay huddled in the o bed, two at either end, nightcaps on to keep the heads warm, during the away with nothing to do But as soon as they heard the door opening, and hear Charlie’s voice sayıng “G evening. Grandpa Joe and Grandma Josephine, and
Grandpa George and Grandma Georgina then all four of them would suddenly sit up, and their old wrinkled faces would light up grandpa What did Chule do when Charlie wasn’t around with smiles of pleasure And the talking would begin for they loved this little boy. Often, Charlie’s mother and father would come in as well, and stand by the door, listening to the store that the old people told; and thus, for perhaps half an hour every night, this room out become a happy place, and the whole family would forget that it was hungry and poor
How have Charlie’s grandparents been described One evening, when Charlie went in to see his grandparents, he said to them, “Is it really true that Mr. Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory is the biggest in the world?”
“True?” cried all four of them at once. Of course, it’s true! Good heavens, didn’t you know that? It’s about fifty times as big as any other!” “And is Mr. Willy Wonka really the cleverest chocolate maker in the world?”
“My dear boy,” said Grandpa Joe, raising himself up a little higher on his pillow, “Mr. Wonka is the most amazing, the most fantastic, the most extraordinary chocolate m the world has ever seen!” knew he was famous, Grandpa and I knew he was very er
Cheer!” cred the old man “He’s more than that! He’s a bar of magician chocolate He can make anything, anything he wants!
So other three old people added their heads slowly up and down, and said, “Absolutely true as true as can be of what a man he is this Mr. Willy Wonka!” cried Grandpa Joe.
Do you know that he has himself invented more than two hundred new ends of chocolate bars, each with a different center, each far sweeter and creamier and more delicious than cinching the other chocolate factories can make! But it isn’t only chocolate bars that he makes. Oh, dear me, now He has some really Sarcastic mentions up his sleeve, Mr. Willy Wonka has! Did you know that he’s invented a way of making chocolate ice cream so that it stays cold for hours and hours without being in the refrigerator? You can even leave it lying in the sun all morning on a hot day and it won’t go runny!”
And then again, Grandpa Joe went on speaking very slowly now so that Charlie wouldn’t miss a word, “Mr. Willy Wonka can make chewing gum that ever loses its taste, and sugar balloons that you can blow up to enormous sizes before you pop them with a pin and gobble them up:
And, by a most secret method, he can make lovely bluebirds’ eggs with black spots on them, and when you put one of these in your mouth, it gradually gets smaller and smaller until suddenly there is nothing left except a tiny little pink sugary baby bird sitting on the tip of your tongue.” Grandpa Joe paused and ran the point of his tongue slowly over his lips. le makes my mouth water just thinking about it,” he said.
Some Cool Facts about chocolates:
Do you like chocolates? Here are some amazing facts about chocolates.
- Chocolates made from the seeds of the cocoa plane.
- A cocoa pod has an average of about beans It takes up to 270 cocoa Scans to make about half a kilogram of chocolate
- More than 66 percent of the world’s cocoa is produced in Africa Cocoa beans were once used as currency by the Aztecs
- Smoking chocolate was brought to Spain
- By Hernando Cortez, a famous explorer. Almost half the world’s chocolate is consumed in the United States of America