Thanks to the young people at Rickmansworth Library Chatterbooks Reading Group for their Review on Sir Chocolate.
Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet are trying to find a special bean, tasting of strawberries and cream, whilst introducing us to their land of yummy chocolate.
I like the recipes in this book and how they are part of the story.
This book is really good as the recipes encourage you to keep on reading, I really want to make the ‘Jolly gingerbread cookies’.
I love the description of the land the characters live in. The story is based on a quest to find an amazing bean. I really like the character Sir Chocolate, as he reminds me of some-one I know.
This book would make a great present, as you get a story to read and additionally you have tasty recipes to cook at home. Nice for parents to read the story together and then have fun cooking the recipes.
I really like the rhyming in this book, and that the story makes you want to go and make the recipes…I love chocolate and want to live in chocolate land with Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet.
The story of Sir Chocolate is fun and all about something you can eat…everything is chocolate. The recipes go with the theme and make you want to cook them, and then eat them.
I like it when books like Sir Chocolate have an activity you can do, this one has tasty recipes you can cook at home. The pictures all look really yummy.
When I read this book I liked the rhyming throughout the story and I wanted to go straight home to make the recipes, especially the Sir Chocolate brownies.