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Author: Jacqueline Lampert
ISBN: 1855080087
Pages 32 pages
Publisher Jade Publishers (June 22, 1989)
Language English
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The Chocolate Girl (French: La Belle Chocolatière, German: Das Schokoladenmädchen) is one of the most prominent pastels of Swiss artist Jean-Étienne Liotard, showing a chocolate-serving maid. The girl carries a tray with a porcelain chocolate cup and a glass of water. Liotard's contemporaries classed The Chocolate Girl as his masterpiece. On 3 February 1745 Francesco Algarotti purchased the drawing directly from Liotard in Venice

And suddenly, Wonka's giant chocolate factory became silent and deserted. The chimneys stopped smoking, the machines stopped whirring, and from then on, not a single chocolate or sweet was made. Not a soul went in or out, and even Mr Willy Wonka himself disappeared completely.

And suddenly, Wonka's giant chocolate factory became silent and deserted. Months and months went by,' Grandpa Joe went on, 'but still the factory remained closed.