[PDF] The Chocolate Cat | by ↠ Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer, The Chocolate Cat, Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer, The Chocolate Cat In a drab village nestled between the mountains and the sea an old chocolate maker lives alone with his cat making uninspired chocolates to display in his dusty shop One day he does something different and makes chocolate mice with crunchy pink sugar tails but he won t eat them Cat soon discovers there s something truly special about these little mice and everyone whoIn a drab, [PDF] The Chocolate Cat | by ↠ Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer - The Chocolate Cat, The Chocolate Cat In a drab village nestled between the mountains and the sea an old chocolate maker lives alone with his cat making uninspired chocolates to display in his dusty shop One day he does something differ

  • Title: The Chocolate Cat
  • Author: Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer
  • ISBN: 9780060572457
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Hardcover

The Chocolate Cat

The Chocolate Cat [PDF] The Chocolate Cat | by ↠ Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer - The Chocolate Cat, The Chocolate Cat In a drab village nestled between the mountains and the sea an old chocolate maker lives alone with his cat making uninspired chocolates to display in his dusty shop One day he does something differ [PDF] The Chocolate Cat | by ↠ Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer - The Chocolate Cat, The Chocolate Cat In a drab village nestled between the mountains and the sea an old chocolate maker lives alone with his cat making uninspired chocolates to display in his dusty shop One day he does something differ [PDF] The Chocolate Cat | by ↠ Sue Stainton Anne Mortimer

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  1. Anne Mortimer s illustrations were, of course, gorgeous, but the story was so so In the first place, I don t know any cat that s attracted to chocolate or something like a sugar tail And secondly, how could the cat carry the chocolate mouse by the tail without the tail breaking Her historical note in the back was interesting, and I m glad she added a warning that chocolate isn t good for cats However, I think that warning should have come at the beginning of the book, not at the bottom of the la [...]


  2. The story is nice, about collaboration and creativity It starts with a dreary chocolate maker in a dreary chocolate shop in a dreary town, and his cat a rich chocolate brown color, of course with the dreary name of Cat Through the middle, each scene follows a pattern similar to the others as the different shop owners try a chocolate mouse delivered by Cat suspend your hygiene issues for this story and come to the chocolate shop with a wonderful idea I liked how the shop owner s names went along [...]


  3. SUMMARY In a drab village an old chocolate maker lives in a dusty shop alone with his cat One day he is inspired to make chocolate mice with pink sugar tails Cat soon finds out they are magical and delivers them around town Everyone who tastes them becomes inspired to make beautiful creations of their own bringing happiness and life to the little village NOTES The story is for adults than children reflecting a storyline that reminds me of Chocolate by Joanne Harris I remembered this book from t [...]


  4. When an unhappy chocolate maker creates a delicious batch of chocolate mice with pink sugar tails, his clever cat devises a plan to spread a bit of happiness with each mouse Stainton s original and imaginative story is perfectly paired with Anne Mortimer s delightful illustrations of all the shop treats Her chocolate colored cat is so finely detailed that his eyes dance and each whisker seems to twitch A history of chocolate following the story is a nice addition.


  5. In a small village lived a chocolate maker they were not yet famous Very few people came to his chocolate shop One day on a whim he makes little chocolate mice with pink sugar tales The cat sees something magical about them One by one he delivers them to different businesses around the village and something magical begins to happen to the village.


  6. What lovely illustrations But I m concerned that kids might get the message that it s okay for cats to each chocolate Cats shouldn t eat chocolate Those chocolate mice that were magical had to be special magical chocolate that wouldn t make cats sick too


  7. The illustrations are very pretty and the story is sweet but rather uninspired and even a little slow, perhaps, for restless youngsters They may prefer to enjoy the pictures while making up their own narrative.