Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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But there was no saving her now. Her body was swelling up and changing shape at such a rate that within a minute it had turned into nothing less than an enormous round blue ball – a gigantic blueberry, in fact – and all that remained of Violet Beauregarde herself was a tiny pair of legs and a tiny pair of arms sticking out of the great round fruit and little head on top. (21.44)
Violet, like the other non-Charlie children in the story, undergoes a major change in her appearance. Shocking, even. Take a look at those other changes, too, in Chapter 29.