Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.
Chocolate Day can be planned for the introduction or
completion of reading this classic chapter book.
the Flavor by Elaine Landau.
A nonfiction book about chocolate.
(What's for Lunch) by Claire Llewellyn.
One of a series of books about different types of foods.
Moose for Dinner by Fred Gwynne.
This book is great for a lesson homonyms and word
plays. A little girl shows what she interprets
different phrases to mean. For example, she
envisions a large size chocolate moose coming to dinner,
rather than a bowl of chocolate mousse!
Riches from the Rainforest by Robert Burleigh.
This book is filled with good information, history, and
pictures about chocolate and its production.
This is what happens when a little girl learns the
lesson, "you are what you eat"!
Cocoa Ice by
Diana Karter Appelbaum.
This is the story of two different parts of the world
and how they come together to make a tasty dessert.
Goes to a Chocolate Factory by H.A. and Margret Rey.
This little monkey causes some havoc and the chocolate
Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar Fractions Book by Jerry
A great book to use for teaching fractions in a math
Chocolate by Robin Pickering.
A simple, nonfiction, easy reader.
M&M's Brand Chocolate Candies Counting Board Book
by Barbara Barbieri McGrath.
A very simple counting book, best used with young
M&M's Brand Chocolate Candies Math by Barbara
More complex math activities using