The chocolate voyage
When the Cat in the Hat eats Nick's last piece of chocolate, the gang visits the Forest of Coco-a-licious to learn to make their own. There they discover that chocolate is made from cocoa beans which grow on trees--and that the raw beans actually taste pretty awful! Undeterred, the gang help harvest, dry, and roast the beans, separate the cocoa butter and liquids, and cook the mixture with sugar to make the sweet confection we all know and love. A perfectly tasty read for any time of the year, The Chocolate Voyage is ideal for Valentine's Day, Easter, Halloween--any time chocolate is on the menu! Fans of the PBS Kids television show The Cat in the Hat Know a Lot About That! will gobble this one up!
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|Grouping Title||chocolate voyage|
|Grouping Author||rabe tish|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-07-06 22:54:27PM|
|Last Indexed||2020-07-07 00:04:18AM|
PBS for Kids.
|available_at_school||Ida B Wells Elementary|
|detailed_location_school||Ida B. Wells Elementary - Everyone|
|display_description||When the Cat in the Hat eats Nick's last piece of chocolate, the gang visits the FOrest of Coco-a-licious to learn to make their own.|
|owning_location_school||Ida B Wells Elementary|
|series||Little Golden Book|
|series_with_volume||Little Golden Book||
Cat in the Hat (Fictitious character) -- Juvenile fiction
Chocolate -- Juvenile fiction
|title_display||The chocolate voyage|
The Chocolate Voyage
The chocolate voyage / adapted by Tish Rabe from a script by Katherine Sandford ; illustrated by David Aikins
|title_short||The chocolate voyage|
Cat in the Hat (Fictitious character)
Picture Book Fiction