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  • The Chocolate Touch

    Patrick Skene Catling, Margot Apple

    Paperback (HarperCollins, May 23, 2006)
    In this zany twist on the legend of King Midas and his golden touch, a boy acquires a magical gift that turns everything his lips touch into chocolate! Kids will eat this up for summer reading or anytime!Can you ever have too much of your favorite food? John Midas is about to find out….The Chocolate Touch has remained a favorite for millions of kids, teachers, and parents for several generations. It's an enjoyable story that pulls in even reluctant readers.This middle grade novel is an excellent choice for tween readers in grades 4 to 6, in the classroom or for homeschooling.
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  • The Chocolate War

    Robert Cormier, Frank Muller, Listening Library

    Audiobook (Listening Library, July 15, 2004)
    A high school freshman discovers the devastating consequences of refusing to join in the school's annual fund raising drive and arousing the wrath of the school bullies.
  • The Chocolate War

    Robert Cormier

    Paperback (Ember, Sept. 14, 2004)
    One of the most controversial YA novels of all time, The Chocolate War is a modern masterpiece that speaks to fans of S. E. Hinton’s The Outsiders and John Knowles’s A Separate Peace. After suffering rejection from seven major publishers, The Chocolate War made its debut in 1974, and quickly became a bestselling—and provocative—classic for young adults. This chilling portrait of an all-boys prep school casts an unflinching eye on the pitfalls of conformity and corruption in our most elite cultural institutions. “Masterfully structured and rich in theme; the action is well crafted, well timed, suspenseful.”—The New York Times Book Review “The characterizations of all the boys are superb.”—School Library Journal, starred review “Compellingly immediate. . . . Readers will respect the uncompromising ending.”—Kirkus Reviews, starred review An ALA Best Book for Young Adults A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year A Kirkus Reviews Editor’s Choice A New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year
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  • The Chocolate Touch

    Patrick Skene Catling, Margo Apple

    eBook (HarperCollins, July 2, 2013)
    In this zany twist on the legend of King Midas and his golden touch, a boy acquires a magical gift that turns everything his lips touch into chocolate! Kids will eat this up for summer reading or anytime!Can you ever have too much of your favorite food? John Midas is about to find out….The Chocolate Touch has remained a favorite for millions of kids, teachers, and parents for several generations. It's an enjoyable story that pulls in even reluctant readers.This middle grade novel is an excellent choice for tween readers in grades 4 to 6, in the classroom or for homeschooling.
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  • The Chocolate Lab

    Eric Luper

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Oct. 10, 2017)
    Introducing Cocoa the chocolate Labrador: fierce friend, energetic pup, and star of this deliciously sweet new chapter book series!Cocoa is cooking up trouble!Take one family's chocolate shop, add a dash of competition with the fancy new store on the block, stir in a candy-crazy Labrador named Cocoa...and you've got a recipe for disaster! If Mason and Hannah can win first prize at the annual Chocolate Expo, they may be able to save their parents' shop. But Cocoa can't control himself in the kitchen. And one more mess means they'll have to say goodbye to their pup for good!
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  • The Chocolate Chase

    Geronimo Stilton

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Sept. 26, 2017)
    It was spring in New Mouse City! I love to celebrate the season with my fellow mice by exchanging chocolate eggs and competing in a confectionary challenge. This year, there was also a special exhibition of priceless jeweled Mousebergé eggs in town. Then one of the Mousebergé eggs was stolen... and it was up to me to find it! Squeak! Could I chase it down?
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  • The Chocolate Spy

    Shannon L. Brown

    eBook (Sienna Bay Press, Nov. 19, 2017)
    Will they find the spy—or will the spy find them first?When twelve-year-old cousins Sophie and Jessica take a class at a chocolate factory, they don’t expect to see bad guys in such a sweet place. Strange happenings make them wonder if they’ve uncovered another mystery, and they’re soon in danger. Can they find The Chocolate Spy in time?The Chocolate Spy is the third book in the Crime-Solving Cousins Mysteries. If you (or the eight- to ten-year-olds in your life) like Nancy Drew, Theodore Boone, or the Hardy Boys, then you’ll love Shannon L. Brown’s fun, fast-paced books for kids.Buy The Chocolate Spy and go undercover with Sophie and Jessica today!
  • The Chocolate Tree:

    Linda Lowery, Richard Keep, Janice Lee Porter

    Paperback (First Avenue Editions ™, Aug. 1, 2009)
    Ever wonder where chocolate came from? We have the Mayan king Kukulkán to thank. Kukulkán is more than a king―he is also a god. One day he brings his people an amazing gift: a chocolate tree! But there is just one problem. Kukulkán’s brother, Night Jaguar, doesn’t want regular people to have chocolate. He thinks only gods should eat the tempting treat. Will Night Jaguar prevail? Or will the Mayans get to keep their chocolate tree?
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  • The Chocolate War

    Robert Cormier

    eBook (Knopf Books for Young Readers, March 19, 2013)
    One of the most controversial YA novels of all time, The Chocolate War is a modern masterpiece that speaks to fans of S. E. Hinton’s The Outsiders and John Knowles’s A Separate Peace. After suffering rejection from seven major publishers, The Chocolate War made its debut in 1974, and quickly became a bestselling—and provocative—classic for young adults. This chilling portrait of an all-boys prep school casts an unflinching eye on the pitfalls of conformity and corruption in our most elite cultural institutions. “Masterfully structured and rich in theme; the action is well crafted, well timed, suspenseful.”—The New York Times Book Review “The characterizations of all the boys are superb.”—School Library Journal, starred review “Compellingly immediate. . . . Readers will respect the uncompromising ending.”—Kirkus Reviews, starred review An ALA Best Book for Young Adults A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year A Kirkus Reviews Editor’s Choice A New York Times Outstanding Book of the Year
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  • The Chocolate Rose

    Helen Perelman, Erica-Jane Waters

    Paperback (Aladdin, July 9, 2013)
    The Candy Fairies put on a sweet show for some special visitors to Sugar Valley in this delectable story.When Princess Lolli’s parents visit the Candy Kingdom, the Candy Fairies know the perfect way to entertain their guests: a talent show! There’s singing! There’s dancing! One Candy Fairy even plays the flute. But as hard as she tries, Cocoa the Chocolate Fairy isn’t the best of performers. She thinks maybe the show would be better if she didn’t participate. But everyone has a special talent—Cocoa just needs to discover what hers is!
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  • The Chocolate Spy

    Shannon L. Brown

    Paperback (Sienna Bay Press, Nov. 22, 2017)
    Will they find the spy—or will the spy find them first?When twelve-year-old cousins Sophie and Jessica take a class at a chocolate factory, they don’t expect to see bad guys in such a sweet place. Strange happenings make them wonder if they’ve uncovered another mystery, and they’re soon in danger. Can they find The Chocolate Spy in time?The Chocolate Spy is the third book in the Crime-Solving Cousins Mysteries. If you (or the eight- to ten-year-olds in your life) like Nancy Drew, Theodore Boone, or the Hardy Boys, then you’ll love Shannon L. Brown’s fun, fast-paced books for kids.Buy The Chocolate Spy and go undercover with Sophie and Jessica today!
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  • The Chocolate Lab

    Eric Luper

    eBook (Scholastic Paperbacks, Oct. 10, 2017)
    Cocoa is cooking up trouble!Take one family's chocolate shop, add a dash of competition with the fancy new store on the block, stir in a candy-crazy Labrador named Cocoa...and you've got a recipe for disaster! If Mason and Hannah can win first prize at the annual Chocolate Expo, they may be able to save their parents' shop. But Cocoa can't control himself in the kitchen. And one more mess means they'll have to say goodbye to their pup for good!