“Whipped cream isn’t whipped cream at all unless it has been whipped with whips.” – p. 1

“Hello, little boy! Would you like a chocolate bar?” – p. 12

“Mr. Wonka could make things. He could make absolutely anything.” – p. 38

“I’m eating grass!” – p. 47

“He had moved on to candies and invented the everlasting gobstopper.” – p. 54

“A five-course dinner in one piece of chewing gum.” – p. 61

“How could you go to school on a bar of chocolate?” – p. 67

“One thing you could never accuse Mr. Wonka of was not being able to think of new inventions.” – p. 73

“A little piece of magic dropped from the sky by fairies.” – p. 88

“All Mr. Wonka’s inventions were sensational and marvellous.” – p. 94

“The whole boat was made of chocolate.” – p. 101

“Mr. Wonka had found a way of making chocolate ice cream that stayed cold for hours and hours without being in a refrigerator.” – p. 106

“I am cutting my staff in half!” – p. 115

“I can use them for sweetening the chocolate.” – p. 126

“I’ve got to taste it! I’ve got to taste what it tastes like cooked!” – p. 132

“I’m a gum chewer, normally, but when I heard about these ticket things of Wonka’s, I laid off gum and switched to candy bars.” – p. 139

“I’d like a chocolate one, please.” – p. 147

“The children were watching Mr. Wonka very closely.” – p. 155

“I’m from a little town called London.” – p. 166

“Mr. Wonka, what exactly is whipped cream?” – p. 173

“Just imagine if you were an oyster and you had a great big juicy pearl inside you.” – p. 178

“I can’t really take all the credit. I share my secrets with nobody.” – p. 186

“I’m a dud!” – p. 191

“Do you know what breakfast cereal is made of? It’s made of all those little curly wooden shavings you find in pencil sharpeners!” – p. 202

“We have so much time and so little to see!” – p. 208

“All you do is press the button and the whole shop is filled with wonderful smells!” – p. 217