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by Edwin A. Schurmann,Bruce Treloar
- ISBN: 0340401591
- Category: Teenagers
- Author: Edwin A. Schurmann,Bruce Treloar
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- Publisher: Hodder (December 31, 1986)
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Bruce had quarter-to-three feet, red hair, flabby buttocks and oval jowls. His arms were tattooed with mermaids. We were sitting back to back against the trunk of a gum tree, watching the camp come alive. He tied up the dog, which yelped at our passengers. He eyeballed Arkady and went to serve the couple with the camper. After the man had paid, Arkady asked Bruce very civilly, ‘Could we get a tank, please?’ Bruce untied the dog and waddled off the way he’d come. Mavis and Ruby had gone visiting their women friends. Big Tom had dozed off, and Timmy sat cross-legged, smiling.
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Charlie picked it up and tore off the wrapper. there came a brilliant flash of gold. Charlie's heart stood still
Charlie picked it up and tore off the wrapper. Charlie's heart stood still. Don't tear it as you unwrap it! That thing's precious!' In a few seconds, there was a crowd of about twenty people clustering around Charlie, and many more were pushing their way in from the street. Everybody wanted to get a look at the Golden Ticket and at the lucky finder. Where is it?' somebody shouted.
Charlie looked up. Four kind old faces were watching him intently from the bed. He smiled at them, a small sad smile .
'I'm a gum chewer, normally,' she shouted, 'but when I heard about these ticket things of Mr Wonka's, I gave up gum and started on chocolate bars in the hope of striking lucky. Now, of course, I'm back on gum. I just adore gum. I can't do without it. I munch it all day long except for a few minutes at mealtimes when I take it out and stick it behind my ear for safekeeping.