Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster Story and Cookbook (Sir Chocolate, #2)

Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster Story and
  • Paperback
  • 30
  • Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster Story and Cookbook (Sir Chocolate, #2)
  • Robbie Cheadle
  • English
  • 05 January 2017
  • 1911070290

About the Author: Robbie Cheadle

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10 thoughts on “Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster Story and Cookbook (Sir Chocolate, #2)

  1. James says:

    What does one do when their gingerbread gate suddenly has crumbs it means something has been nibbling That s a no no in Chocolate Land, so Sir Chocolate must investigate And that s when he learns there is a baby cookie monster causing trouble So personally, I m on the baby cookie monster s side in this caper The poor little creature was hungry I ve been there It makes total sense If the books weren t so adorable, I d deduct a few stars for saying it s bad to steal cookies I say ste What does one do when their gingerbread gate suddenly has crumbs it means something has been nibbling That s a no no in Chocolate Land, so Sir Chocolate must investigate And that s when he learns there is a baby cookie monster causing trouble So personally, I m on the baby cookie monster s side in this caper The poor little creature was hungry I ve been there It makes total sense If the books weren t so adorable, I d deduct a few stars for saying it s bad to steal cookies I say steal all the cookies and give them to me Okay, I ll be serious now This is a fun series, and I recommend it as one for parents and kids or friends and kids to read together Make a day out of it Use the wonderful illustrations and words to share a beautiful story with kids Make up voices for all the recurring characters Follow the online videos to make your own fondant art together as a family Robbie and Michael Cheadle, and other members of their family, have pulled together a plethora of afternoon activities to make food, learn lessons, read books, learn new skills, and eat tasty desserts.There s a poem at the end about a girl at the beach, and a recipe for sausage rolls another fave of mine This was another winner, and I am thrilled to share my latest review for the series I just want to know how do the Cheadles ever get to write the books when all these beautiful food art is on the table in front of them

  2. Sojourner McConnell says:

    I found this book to be so delightful To see the illustrations made from fondant and so well formed at that The characters are adorable and they have a great series building I was just taken with the adorable poetry and the cookbook that children will love Any child will love this book.

  3. Colin Garrow says:

    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 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

  4. Carolien says:

    In this installment, Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet must find the culprit who had caused damage in the town They set off to in their chocolate cake car to track the baby cookie monster This book containsof the innovative fondant icing figurines instead of illustrations which I love and there are some yummy recipes which the young readers can try.

  5. Robyn says:

    The BookWhen a baby cookie monster gets lost and eats the fences of houses in his street, Sir Chocolate ventures out to find the baby s mom Lady Sweet tags along and before long they re on a sweet adventure unlike any I d be able to imagine My ThoughtsThank you to Robbie Cheadle for providing me with an electronic copy of Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster to provide an honest review for This is not my usual type of read it is a kids book AND a recipe book Now, I m no kid, no matt The BookWhen a baby cookie monster gets lost and eats the fences of houses in his street, Sir Chocolate ventures out to find the baby s mom Lady Sweet tags along and before long they re on a sweet adventure unlike any I d be able to imagine My ThoughtsThank you to Robbie Cheadle for providing me with an electronic copy of Sir Chocolate and the Baby Cookie Monster to provide an honest review for This is not my usual type of read it is a kids book AND a recipe book Now, I m no kid, no matter how much I may wish I were, and I am useless in the kitchen we d starve if it weren t for my husband So for this review I dragged my kids into the picture I did attempt a QA with them after we d completed it, but they really weren t interested in answering my questions Instead they wanted to knowabout the book As we reread it together they threw a comment here, or asked a question there.My boy, 3 years old, was absolutely obsessed with the little car and the baby cookie monster He insisted I take him for a ride so that he could give the cookie monster a biscuit I ve yet to determine whether he was referring to a ride in my car or the one in the book My daughter, 6 years old, immediately identified all the recipes interesting as I don t really own any recipe books, so how she knew what it was is beyond me, but she pointed at each one asking me what it made and insisting on me telling her when exactly we d be making them.When I asked them what they liked the most about the book I was surprised to be met with a resounding It s nice, please can we read it tomorrow too Usually they don t agree on anything Of course I was hoping for a slightlyinformative answer, but I wasn t going to get it they were figuring out how to scroll through the pages again As a parent, I ve battled to read one story to two kids They get irritable, their gaze wanders off of the book tointeresting things outside the window My best is when they both want to read a story, but can t agree on which one, generally ending in something very close to WW3 in my home Not this time The moment I started to read they calmed down and listened maybe it had something to do with the colours used in the book Not your standard white pages, but an alternating gradient of yellow and green Maybe it was the poetry used to tell the story, instead of thetraditional paragraph after paragraph of words The rhythm created by the words was wonderful Illustrations of baked goods complementing the story as it progressed was probably the biggest draw factor, my girl couldn t believe it when I told her that there are people who can make things out of cake and sweet stuff, she said she wanted to learn how to make a bird, but I ve managed to scale it down to making coconut ice grass.Above all else, this book provided me the opportunity to explain to our youngest that there is a thing called getting lost Now I don t make a habit of turning books read for pleasure into lectures, but when you re little terror asks if the Mommy was scared, and if the baby cried well seize the moment I say Creative, captivating and absolutely adorable this is a must read for all parents, and an absolute definite for those of us with budding chefs or bakers

  6. Vicki says:

    A fun book that is beautifully illustrated in a unique manner See my full review on February 14, 2017 during Mystery Thriller Week on The Page Turner A fun book that is beautifully illustrated in a unique manner See my full review on February 14, 2017 during Mystery Thriller Week on The Page Turner

  7. Julie says:

    A unique journey for parents adults and children to do something fun together in the kitchen I love this series

  8. Tango With Text says:

    I was given a copy of this delightful little book to read and review Such fun to be had reading about Sir Chocolate s adventure with the baby cookie monster roaming free in his village The rhyming nature of the story makes it easy to read and the inclusion of the handmade characters and scenery makes it eye catching I love the inclusion of the simple recipes to enable the reader to bring the characters to life with or without the help of little hands A lovely presentation by Robbie and Mich I was given a copy of this delightful little book to read and review Such fun to be had reading about Sir Chocolate s adventure with the baby cookie monster roaming free in his village The rhyming nature of the story makes it easy to read and the inclusion of the handmade characters and scenery makes it eye catching I love the inclusion of the simple recipes to enable the reader to bring the characters to life with or without the help of little hands A lovely presentation by Robbie and Michael Cheadle recommended for younger readers, or those who want to add simple sweet recipes to their collection.www.tangowithtext.com

  9. Gugu Mguni says:

    Very good book for children, the recipes are very simple to follow and understand for children.

  10. Zintle says:

    Excellent read with very creative illustrations The baking recipes are great and would work for baking with one child and party groups for added fun.