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Chloe Dahl follows in Roald's footsteps

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Chloe Dahl follows in Roald's footsteps

<p>Chloe Dahl was born just a few weeks before grandfather, the children’s author Roald Dahl, author passed away. Twenty-seven years later she is carrying on the family tradition of writing stories for youngsters.</p> <p>Dahl didn’t go into details about the exact content of the book, but did say parts were “a little more than PG.”</p> <p>“It’s not a children’s book like his, it’s a little older aimed more at teenagers, but I have got some big shoes to fill. I am not looking to fill any of them but I feel very lucky that I have him as inspiration,” she added.</p> <p>Called the Golden Ticket, it’s made in collaboration with her grandfather’s estate and based on the world of Willy Wonka, from the much-loved children’s book ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.</p> <p>It’s been released to coincide with Roald Dahl Day on Wednesday (September 13).</p>