Chocolate Box Girls Coco Caramel

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  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Chocolate Box Girls Coco Caramel
  • Cathy Cassidy
  • English
  • 14 March 2017
  • 0141341572

About the Author: Cathy Cassidy

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10 thoughts on “Chocolate Box Girls Coco Caramel

  1. Sophie Crane says:

    Cathy Cassidy books r amazing I would definitely recommend a the chocolate box series start with the first one Cherry s Crush and make ur way through the lineI probably enjoyed Coco caramel the best as its just a beautiful story especially with the relationship between Coco and Lawrie I also enjoyed Marshmallow Skye another favourite Make sure u read the series and the extras where sometimes another character tell their side to a story which is very interesting

  2. Charli - To Another World says:

    Coco Caramel is the fourth Chocolate Box Girls book, which is a series I love I ve been anticipating this book for just under a year, so I was really happy to get my hands on it Because Coco is twelve, and a tomboy, I thought that out of the five sisters I would be able to relae to her most out of the five sisters In some ways, I was right, but in others, I wasn t.Fresh and light are two words that describe the book It has action, lots of emotion and a touch of romance The emotion is well Coco Caramel is the fourth Chocolate Box Girls book, which is a series I love I ve been anticipating this book for just under a year, so I was really happy to get my hands on it Because Coco is twelve, and a tomboy, I thought that out of the five sisters I would be able to relae to her most out of the five sisters In some ways, I was right, but in others, I wasn t.Fresh and light are two words that describe the book It has action, lots of emotion and a touch of romance The emotion is well described, thoughtful and really shows what it s like to be twelve some girls are maturing, some girls aren t or they are maturing in different ways, like Coco Coco s level of maturity wasn t about whether or not she wore make up or flirted with boys, it was about knowing about the world and dealing with problems that she encountered, like her sister s eating disorder and the difficulties with Honey.Naturally, no book has no faults and one of the few Coco Caramel has is how some things were explained This was few and far between, of course, but in places I think some things could have clearer explanations but I wouldn t take my word for it, I think that a lot about books I read.Coco has a very unique character she dreams big, she doesn t give up and she will do anything for her animals Bake cakes, make banners or even steal a horse from a bully I love the fact that Cathy made her determination come through her character so well, because if it hadn t been shown properly, I wouldn t have realised just how good this quality of Coco s is Another thing I love about the Chocolate Box Girls in general is the loyalty between the sisters Even though they knew something bad was going on with Honey, they kept their sister s don t tell rule But perhaps in other ways this wasn t so good, as it got Honey introuble Even if this wasn t so good, the loyalty is still beautiful to me they still kept their promise even when i would have helped their family Good or bad, that is a beautiful sisterly thing to have.Overall, I loved the book a light read for whenever Avaliable for 5.00 onlink above , I would definitely say it s worth it Cathy Cassidy is definitely one of my favourite authors and has once again lived up and rised above my expectations I can t wait for the next, and probably final, installment to The Chocolate Box Girls Rating 4 5You can read this book and many others at charliotherworld.blogspot.com

  3. Olivia-Savannah Roach says:

    I am someone who usually sticks to adult or young adult fiction and never really dip into books below that age range As a child and younger ages teen I did read a lot of Cathy Cassidy books as I grew up and by that I mean all She still does classify as YA though, althoughso the younger kind Either way, her books still have a mature feel to them that I have always been able to enjoy I read the previous three books in this series before I started blogging which is why I am suddenly rev I am someone who usually sticks to adult or young adult fiction and never really dip into books below that age range As a child and younger ages teen I did read a lot of Cathy Cassidy books as I grew up and by that I mean all She still does classify as YA though, althoughso the younger kind Either way, her books still have a mature feel to them that I have always been able to enjoy I read the previous three books in this series before I started blogging which is why I am suddenly reviewing the fourth book Each of these books do link up are all so individual that I think they can be read as standalones as well.This book follows the youngest sister of the family, called Coco She is into looking after animals and wants to save all the endangered creatures She finds it hard to struggle with the fact that most people find her too young to do anything by herself, or think she won t be committed As well as that, all her friends have suddenly become interested in make up and boys, none of them are interested in saving animals like her As well as having some family problems going on at school, there is a mean boy called Lawrie in her class He makes sure to be particularly cruel to Coco, even though she tries her best to be nice to her Can Coco get along with Lawrie or has she bitten offthan she can chew this time I love Coco s character so much because even though she is quite young, she is heart strong and just begging to be an independent person She gets looked down on too much And even though she is supposed to be ten or eleven in the book, I am sure so many other older teenagers like me can relate to this Don t we all want a bit of independence and what to feel like we are taken seriously As well as this, Cathy Cassidy also manages to create a lovely romance in her stories that will have your heart fluttering.This review and others can be found on Olivia s Catastrophe

  4. Emma says:

    I really loved this cute book and finished it three days I never thought coco was a very important character in the past books but in coco caramel she explains how she s the youngest and always treated like a baby But my favorite character would have to be lawrie Marshall, I love how misunderstood ,mysterious he is and especially his past The relationship between coco and lawrie really developed over the book and how by the end both of them had changed for the better The only criticism I hav I really loved this cute book and finished it three days I never thought coco was a very important character in the past books but in coco caramel she explains how she s the youngest and always treated like a baby But my favorite character would have to be lawrie Marshall, I love how misunderstood ,mysterious he is and especially his past The relationship between coco and lawrie really developed over the book and how by the end both of them had changed for the better The only criticism I have is all the horse stuff got a bit boring I wish all the riding horses information was either less dragged out or explainedso someone like me could understand Other than that this book is a sweet heart warming lite read

  5. Aislinn Cody says:

    Even though I ve enjoyed all of the chocolate box girls books, I felt a little hesitant at first about what this one had in store Coco was always little kid like in the others, but after a chapter it two i saw that she was just simply on the verge of becoming a teen I thought that the personal side of her book, the whole thing with the horse dragged on at the start but I really enjoyed the story with lawrie and the family side of her story Definitely takes a while to flow but turns out great, Even though I ve enjoyed all of the chocolate box girls books, I felt a little hesitant at first about what this one had in store Coco was always little kid like in the others, but after a chapter it two i saw that she was just simply on the verge of becoming a teen I thought that the personal side of her book, the whole thing with the horse dragged on at the start but I really enjoyed the story with lawrie and the family side of her story Definitely takes a while to flow but turns out great, I d even put it up there with cherry crush my favourite

  6. Rebekah says:

    Even though I didn t love it as much as the others especially the first two in the series, I did really enjoy Coco s addition to this gorgeous series Coco had a really charming, engaging narrative voice and I really loved her gutsy, lively attitude to life as it felt really fresh and she had an enjoyably positive mindset I enjoyed the youngest one angle as it gave new perspective to where Coco fitted into the family and it also brought to life Coco s despair at never being taken seriously Even though I didn t love it as much as the others especially the first two in the series, I did really enjoy Coco s addition to this gorgeous series Coco had a really charming, engaging narrative voice and I really loved her gutsy, lively attitude to life as it felt really fresh and she had an enjoyably positive mindset I enjoyed the youngest one angle as it gave new perspective to where Coco fitted into the family and it also brought to life Coco s despair at never being taken seriously and being the only one who cares in relation to her passion about environmental issues.Also, I am really into Lawrie Hello Where were all the dark and brooding twelve year olds when I was that age He was the ying to Coco s yang, the sensible, realistic dark to her crazy, determined light.However, the impulsive aspect to Coco s character I unfortunately found a little annoying It made the whole plot seemed a little Enid Blyton and far fetched, which slightly ruined it I don t know if it was just me, but Coco s mindset of I ve got an idea It will make everything better We HAVE to do it No, we ARE going to do it was a bit irratating She came off, to me at least, as slightly spoilt It was all a bit Jacqueline Wilson, which I thought I had escaped when, aged twelve, I progressed from her to Cathy But whatever.My only other criticism was that Cathy left the twist and the big reveal a bit too late, and so the ending felt a bit rushed Aside from this, Coco s was a great adventure which definitely embodied the spirit of the liveliest, craziest Tanberry sister

  7. Milly Webster says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The 4th installment of The Chocolate Box Girls and really excellent I have to say I really love this series because it shows how disfunctional a family can be and how different things can make and break something I have always thought that Cathy Cassidy s books centered too much on boys and relationships but even though this series does have a new romance for each sister, they each face problems that are so relevant in this day and age Coco is raving mad for animals and loves to play the viol The 4th installment of The Chocolate Box Girls and really excellent I have to say I really love this series because it shows how disfunctional a family can be and how different things can make and break something I have always thought that Cathy Cassidy s books centered too much on boys and relationships but even though this series does have a new romance for each sister, they each face problems that are so relevant in this day and age Coco is raving mad for animals and loves to play the violin, but she feels like she is shut out a lot since she s the youngest Tanberry and tries her hardest to be heard with little results But she s a trooper, that s what I love about her Lawrie was a really interesting character and I certainly know a few boys like him You have to admit that Cathy Cassidy has no problem writing real, relatable characters in each of her books Coco has this strong sense throughout the book that boys aren t as important as animal rights and family even though her friends may disagree and even though she seems to like Lawrie at the end of the book I m glad that she stuck to her guns and didn t go for the long distance thing because that angle would ve ruined the book for me I mean she s 12 for goodness sake But I secretly hope her and Lawrie meet again in the future and that they get together

  8. Rachel A. says:

    I have read the past three Chocolate Box girls books Cherry Crush, Marshmallow Skye and Summers Dream last year but reading Coco Caramel was quite an experience, I haven t read a book from an animal loving, persons point of view but I must say I did enjoy reading about the adventures Coco makes to save the horses.

  9. Cloe says:

    Coco wasn t my favourite sister at first, but now she is Well, she tied close with Skye but anyways I absolutely loved the story so much Now, I got to understand Coco better Lawrie was my favourite character He is awesome And I can t wait to see what happens to Honey I d love to see things from her point of view

  10. Lissa says:

    amazing, i really liked lawrie he sounded sooo nice tho i think that cocos stepdad and mum should have hired lawries mum for the chocolate business because she made everything run so smoothly for the time that she was helping them.