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Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster (A5)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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£14.04 £9.42

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Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet find a lost baby cookie monster. Join them on an adventure to return the baby to its mother and learn how to make some of their delicious recipes at the same time. (A5 version)

2 reviews for Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster (A5)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    AnneS

    ‘Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster Story and Cookbook’ by Robbie and Michael Cheadle
    by colingarrow • February 13, 2018 • 22 Comments
    Book 2 of Robbie Cheadle’s Sir Chocolate series features Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet in a hunt to find a lost baby cookie monster. As well as the story, we learn how to make a selection of delicious recipes, including Easy Sausage Rolls and Chocolate Butter Icing.
    I bought the paperback version of this charming children’s book mainly because the Kindle format of picture books rarely reproduce the images satisfactorily (though to be fair I didn’t look at the ebook version, so can’t say for sure). The story is in rhyme and tells of the search for the missing Baby Cookie Monster, including a trip in a chocolate cake car and characters such as the Vanilla Fudge Bird.
    The pictures of all the edible characters show up well and compliment the story. The recipes too, are delightful and are laid out in a way that makes them easy to understand for young kids.
    Robbie Cheadle started writing these books when her son Michael came up with ideas for the characters. Robbie’s website is a great resource for cooks and kids, as it includes videos of some of her other recipes as well as tutorials on fondant art and mouth-watering images of the World of Sir Chocolate. Too yummy indeed!
    https://colingarrow.org/2018/02/13/sir-chocolate-and-the-baby-cookie-monster-story-and-cookbook/

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    AnneS

    This is really lovely. As I read it for the first time I could imagine myself reading it to my niece when she was little and see her getting excited and wanting to bake.
    So much better than giving a child an iPad to entertain themselves! Sadly so many children are not taught basic cookery skills anymore, baking was one of the best ways I bonded with both my niece and nephew.

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