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The Chocolate Challenge Stops at Jump Into a Book

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I’ve been TAGGED! Jump Into A Book is part of the CHOCOLATE Challenge! The goal of The Chocolate Challenge is to pair books with chocolates. YUM! A hug thanks to the ever-sweet Felicia from Stanley and Katrina for nominating me for this challenge 🙂

Books Picks

Of course I would be remiss if I didn’t mention The Ultimate Guide to Charlie and The Chocolate Factory enhanced digital ebook!

Co-created by myself and and the insanely talented Roscoe Welply, this enchanting ebook has a Wonka-like World that leaps from the pages, and coaxes the reader to immerse themselves in the adventures that await them at the Chocolate Factory. The book allows the audience to experience the magical world of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and join in the fun of the crazy racing Oompa Loompas, creating Gobstopper Gum and Chocolate Rivers, handmade Willy Wonka hats, and so much more.

The Ultimate Guide to Charlie

 

Chocolate Covered Pretzels

Salty and Sweet like past guest blogger Thaleia’s Chocolate Covered Pretzels!

 

 

The Kissing Hand by Audrey Penn

The Kissing Hand

 

This book makes me feel warm and cozy, just like the Unconventional Librarian’s amazing Hot Chocolate Recipe. YUM.

hot chocolate recipe

 

He believed that he could bring relief from drought & hunger to his people.The Boy Who Harnessed The Wind 

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

This books makes me feel bold and strong-just like the bold dark taste of dark chocolate with sea salt

 

source

 

 

It’s Mine by Leo Lionni.”On the island lived three quarrelsome frogs named Milton, Rupert, and Lydia. They quarreled and quibbled from dawn to dusk.”

Its-Mine

Seriously, when I eat Dove Milk Chocolate, I want to scream, ‘It’s MINE!!! {but I don’t}

Dove Milk Chocolate bar

 

This book always giving me mad cravings for a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup! Chris Robertson’s I’ll Trade my Peanut-Butter Sandwich.

reeses

who’s next on the Chocolate Challenge?

 

Rebecca Flansburg of Frantic Mommy, Queen of the Kingdom of Tired
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2 thoughts on “The Chocolate Challenge Stops at Jump Into a Book

  1. Oh, Valarie—CHOCOLATE! Mentioned this to Susanna Leonard Hill, too! 😀

    Of course, mentioning Charlie is the way to go! lol Great cover on that. Reminded me of the art in one of my all-time favorite picture books (and short films: ) The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore. A MUST read!

    And this recipe for hot chocolate is possibly one way I might actually enjoy almond milk 🙂 Great for anyone who has to avoid dairy (which I should, but don’t *sigh*). Another delicious way to drink it is by adding a touch of cinnamon powder or with a cinnamon stick. Delicious! 🙂

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