It’s the end of chocolate – for good! At least, that’s what they’re saying on TV. Eleven-year-old Jelly is horrified, but a trail of clues leads to a posh chocolate shop and its suspicious owner, the dastardly Garibaldi Chocolati. Is it really the chocopocalypse, or is there a chocoplot afoot?
The Great Chocoplot
It’s the end of chocolate – forever! At least, until Jelly can solve the mystery of the great chocoplot …
‘With an excellent cast of characters, laugh-out-loud moments, and witty and sharp observations, this is a great choice for fans of Dahl and Walliams.’ THE GUARDIAN
‘A funny choccy caper that will have you laughing out loud!’ WRD MAGAZINE
‘This wonderful Roald Dahlian adventure presents an assortment box of hilarious and eccentric characters that will be devoured by little chocolate lovers everywhere.’ SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Jelly and her family live in Chompton-on-de-Lyte, where everyone loves a Chocablocka bar or two – so when the end of chocolate is announced, she can’t believe it.
Determined to investigate, Jelly and her gran follow a trail of clues to a posh chocolate shop and its owner, the pompous Garibaldi Chocolati. Gari’s suspiciously smug, despite his failing business and yucky chocolate.
Is it really the chocopocalypse, or is there a chocoplot afoot?
- An exciting, laugh-out-loud funny adventure for children aged 7 and up
- Readers will relish the terrifying premise: what if all chocolate was to disappear?
- Features illustrations by Lalalimola
- Stars a truly ghastly villain – think evil mastermind meets Willy Wonka! – and a down-to-earth heroine with a sidekick grandma
|Dimensions||19.8 × 13 × 2 cm|
Ages 5-12 / Code: B