Matilda Wormwood is brave, tiny, and had read every children's book in the library by the age of four.
James Henry Trotter lives with his horrible aunts, until something rather peculiar happens to him.
Charlie Bucket dreams of eating chocolate, but he would be happy with anything that isn't cabbage.
Are you as terrifying as the Grand High Witch herself... or, dare we ask, even more terrifying?
Answer this quick quiz to find out whether a witch would be able to sniff you out!
You'll need as much witchy knowledge as your brain can possibly hold if you want to avoid them.
Can you match these descriptions to the correct rooms in Mr Wonka's chocolate factory?
See if you've got what it takes to make it in the world of second-hand car sales.
As well as being delicious, Wonka's sweets can also come in handy! Which would you choose for each sticky situation?
Can you tell your Scarlet Scotchdroppers from your Giant Wangdoodles?
What do you call a witch at the seaside?
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