Sir Chocolate and the Fondant Five Story and Cookbook Paperback – March 8, 2019
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- Publisher : TSL Publications; null edition (March 8, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 36 pages
- ISBN-10 : 191241676X
- ISBN-13 : 978-1912416769
- Item Weight : 3.52 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.83 x 0.09 x 8.26 inches
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This fun story book includes recipes for Lady Sweet Rusks, Buffalo Coconut Cake, Rhino Soetkoekies, Cheetah Cheese Scones, and Sir Chocolate Peppermint Caramel Pudding.
The book has beautiful photograph of the fondant animals and desserts. Students in the classrooms will enjoy the story, poems and photos in this book. I will read this to my granddaughter. I also love the idea of parents doing the cooking with their children using these recipes.
Likely parental guidance will be needed to make these recipes for very young children but that is all for the better. It is an activity book for the family to build memories.
The zoo is fascinating to children (adults too). When Robbie created elephants, lions, giraffes, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes, monkeys, and so much more, she truly stunned me. This family could have their own tv show with all the creations! In this story, the animals have vanished, so Sir Chocolate must locate them. What fun it was to see the stroll through all the hideouts to find them... and that wedding cake looks divine.
Another winner, and I think with all the variety of animals and locations in this one, it's the most creative and appealing visually. They're all great books, but this is the stand-out. Pick it up and learn more about Lady Sweet and all the friends in Chocolateland. Meant for 2 to 8 year olds but adored by so many more!
"One day Sir Chocolate arrived, and not a sound could hear, he called long and loud, but no animals did appear. The animals had vanished, the zoo was empty and still,"
"The monkey is naughty, he likes to have fun, he plays tricks on the others, then away he does run."
The story is written in the format of a poem and includes great photographs that help readers visualize the action. At the completion of the story, there is a cute poem to introduce an original collection of animal-themed recipes children can complete with their parents. Some of the recipes are:
* Sir Chocolate peppermint caramel pudding
* Cheetah Cheese scones
* Rino Soetkoekies
I have bought several of these books because I love the idea of blending a story with cooking and inspiring kids and parents to spend time together. I also love that Robbie writes these books with her son, Michael, each doing their part in writing, cooking, and photographing. Overall, this is another excellent book in a clever collection that not only entertains but brings parents and kids together.