Chocolate Day is listed as Recommended
Games, Exploring the Senses
through Play by award-winning author
and early childhood advocate Jackie
Silberg, and Kathy Ferrell, for teaching
"Food Pyramid KidPix 3--2nd
Grade-Lesson," for teaching and
reviewing the importance of the Food
Chocolate Day is a delightful story with
a theme all kids can relate to."
District Librarian & English
Teacher, Lowell School District, Lowell,
is a boy right to my heart: he
loves chocolate. 'I'd like to eat
chocolate bars all day long,' he says
and his parents decide to make his wish
come true. Raymond quickly realizes how
disgusting it is to eat nothing but
chocolate bars... What a treat! This is
a 'delicious' story..."
E-Books for Kids
unique and charming little story of the
old moral, 'Be careful what you wish for.'
…Children will adore this little tale
and it is really good for a laugh…and
the mothers will certainly identify."
irresistible story any child would
enjoy…Who wouldn't want to live a full
day on chocolate bars?…Parents and
children alike will enjoy Ann's sweet
little tale of confection."
would it be like if you could eat your
favorite food for a whole day? [Raymond]
finds out in this charming ebook
demonstrating the joys of a balanced diet
while introducing youngsters to the
concept of food groups. The story is
supplemented with links, jokes and
puzzles, and for the chocoholics in the
crowd, mouth-watering recipes. (Is
there anyone who can resist
"Chocolate Puppy Chow for
Children's Book Site
chocolate for breakfast, lunch and
dinner...who couldn't resist?
Herrick has developed a book that all
children will be able to relate to. The
"what if" I can eat my
favorite food all day long in substitute
to "icky good for you stuff".
Your darl'g boy gets to do this with his
favorite food, chocolate, but soon
learns that that isn't really a fun
thing to do. A cute story with a
"lesson" that isn't screamed
out at the children.
[The book] also
provides fun pages, links to new words
and fun jokes…gives fun chocolate
recipes that are a delight and easy to
use. One of the things I truly
enjoyed about this book, besides the
delightful story, is the What You Should
Know section about the food groups.
I think besides
the wonderful tales that Herrick always
provides for children, I highly
appreciate the understanding that
children "need to know more"
she provides for them. Her books
are fun, educational and a true delight
to own. I recommend this author's books
to parents, home schoolers and
Recommended -- 5 Stars
Herrick has produced a delightful little
book for children that is sure to tickle
their fancy. I received a PDF for review
and found it to be very easy to navigate.
The story itself is only part of the work.
Recipes, puzzles, detailed information
regarding food groups all grace the pages
as well. My fav recipe was the one for
Chocolate Puppy Chow for people.
Writer Herrick well
understands the young mentality and has
put that knowledge to good use in her work
The Chocolate Day. Vocabulary is a little
advanced for younger readers, however the
work lends itself well to a ‘read to’
situation. Illustrations included are sure
to please youngsters.
I like the balance of fun
story, kid centered jokes, and good solid
teaching of food groups.
This is a book I would use in
my own Kindergarten or First Grade