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At 14, I was technically too old for this book when it came out in , but I still swallowed it whole. So much power concentrated in one tiny mind. The enormous crocodile has but one thought on its mind: to eat as many children as he can via the adoption of various, not-quite-impenetrable disguises. One for the very youngest readers, and I can say no more without creating infant spoilers, a low to which I will not stoop. When kids are a very little bit older, they can move on to this immensely satisfying story of Boggis, Bunce, Bean, a host of fat chickens and a display of reynardian trickery as old as time. Its elemental simplicity — a poor but honest hero and four ambulant essences of the greatest juvenile vices who are justly rewarded and punished during their chocolate factory odyssey — made it a bestseller from the moment it was published, over 50 years ago. He takes you by the hand and leads you — as firmly as Willy Wonka does Charlie — into an edifice of delights.