And it’s not just the moral of all the tales, but it’s the law of life.Our magical travel in this charming chocolate world begins with the acquaintance with Charlie and his family.Charlie was a kind-hearted little boy who was born in a poor family.Only good nature and kind heart are those things that can change our life and attract some marvels to it. “Analysing Roald Dahl’s Works For Children As a Means of Social Criticism.” But if you are greedy, aggressive and disobedient, you must not just forget about some miracles in your life, but you will also be punished because of your bad behavior. book review declares that good things come not to those who wait but to those who deserve.It is a world of sweets, chocolates, candies, miracles, little creatures, and magical inventions. It shows us that it is very important to respect elders, listen to them and not to break the rules.This story takes you from reality to the incredible fairy tale. At first sight, it’s just a story about a lucky poor boy and his fascinating chocolate factory tour. It teaches us how to be good, kind, moral, courteous and generous.Veruca Salt was a very spoilt child, and she used to get everything from her parents. When she was refused, she entered into the Nut Room and was attacked by squirrels. Mike Teavee was so obsessed with television that he used a television teleport and shrank himself because of it.All these children were punished because of their bad behavior.Augustus Gloop was so greedy that he started to drink chocolate from the chocolate river and fell into it.He had to be boiled to make sure that “all the greed and the gall will be boiled away for one and all” (Dahl 105). When she went to the Inventing Room, she took an experimental gum, despite forbiddance from the elders, and blew up into a blueberry.