Chocolate Fudge Saves The Sugar Dog
Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet’s son, Chocolate Fudge, sees one of Lord Humbug’s dogs struggling to stay afloat in the hot chocolate pond.
Can Chocolate Fudge save the sugar dog from drowning?
Includes lovely new recipes.
5-star Goodreads review
I’m a huge fan of Dr. Seuss, and the cadence and ryhming in the verse written by Robbie and Michael Cheadle is reminiscent of that found in the lovely books from Dr. Seuss, so of course, I loved Chocolate Fudge saves the Sugar Dog. And then there is the beautiful illustrations created by the talented Robbie with fondant figurines making up the lovely scenes described in the verse, which let the story unfold before your eyes. (They may make you hungry too, because they look deliciously sweet.) One I found especially endearing is the scene for the actual rescue of the Sugar Dog, where Chocolate Fudge is emerged in the hot chocolate pond.
The extra added feature that the Cheadle books include which Dr. Seuss never thought to include is the wonderful recipes, and the accompanying photo illustrations for each one are sure to make whet your appetite. Included in Chocolate Fudge saves the Sugar Dog, are recipes for scrumptious peanut butter cookies, delectable Oreo cupcakes, mouth-watering avocado and bacon scones, poured fondant icing, and chocolate chip shortbread dipped in chocolate. Yummy!
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