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Things We Learn from Children's Books: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

Things We Learn from Children's Books: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
A classic, 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' is a must-read for both young and old. Its unique set of characters, especially Charlie, teach us many important lessons. Here’s what you can learn from this book:

Don’t envy people: Although Charlie had little, he never compared himself to those more fortunate than he.

Love your family: Charlie’s family loves him and he makes sure he spends his evenings with his grandparents and of course, he shares his birthday chocolates with his family. One must always remember that sharing is caring.

Gratitude is wonderful: Gratitude goes a long way. Look at Charlie—he was so grateful for a bar of chocolate and ended up with a whole entire chocolate factory! That said,you mustn’t always expect something in return for your gratitude.

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