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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

What are you reading over the Easter break?

Don’t forget, you can use your Summer Reading Challenge profile to rate and review your latest reads!

Looking for some suggestions? Try out the Book Sorter to get recommendations from other readers.

Here are some books featuring sweet treats to get you started! See if you can spot these in your local library…

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Roald Dahl

Mr Wonka’s inventions are out of this world. He’s thought up every kind of sweet imaginable in his amazing chocolate factory, but no one has ever seen inside, or met Mr Wonka.

Charlie Bucket can’t believe his luck when he finds a golden ticket and wins the trip of a lifetime around the famous chocolate factory. He still could never have dreamed what surprises were in store.

Clara the Chocolate Fairy, Daisy Meadows

Rachel and Kirsty are off on an exciting tour of Candy Land! But when they’re given a horrible-tasting chocolate bar, they know they have to help Clara the Chocolate Fairy get her magical charm back from Jack Frost. Can Rachel and Kirsty save the day, once again? Join Rachel and Kirsty and meet a new fairy friend in each magical adventure!

This Book Is Not Good For You, Pseudonymous Bosch

Cass, Max-Ernest and Yo-Yoji, members of the top-secret Terces Society, are on a mission to track down a cursed Aztec tuning fork that has the power to recreate any flavour its user has ever tasted. But when an evil chef uses the fork to create a deadly chocolate recipe, and tricks Cass and Yo-Yoji into eating it, only Max-Ernest cant save the day.

Can you think of some more chocolate-y themed books? Join in the fun and tell us what you’re reading this Easter in Chat

Happy Eating Reading!

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