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The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop Reminiscent of Road Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory  a great read aloud BooklistWelcome to the most magical house in London The family of eleven year old twins Oz and Lily have inherited it together with the mysterious shop downstairs Long ago the shop's famous chocolate makers who also happen to be Oz and Lily's great uncles were clever sorcerers Now evil villians are hunting for the secret of their greatest recipe The terrifying powers of this magic chocolate have the ability to destroy the world  Soon Oz and Lily are swept into a thrilling battle helped by an invisible cat a talking rat and the ghost of an elephant It's up to them to stop the villians and keep the magical chocolate recipe out of harm's way Their family and the world depends on it

About the Author: Kate Saunders

Kate Saunders born 1960 is an English author actress and journalist The daughter of the early public relations advocate Basil Saunders and his journalist wife Betty née Smith Saunders has worked for newspapers and magazines in the UK including The Sunday Times Sunday Express Daily Telegraph She and CosmopolitanShe has also been a regular contributor to radio and television with appe

10 thoughts on “The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop

  1. says:

    Brilliant But you better get the audio version because you absolutely must listen to Jayne Entwistle do all of the character voices in different British and even one American accent You can't talk about chocolate or immortality or snobbish roses or anything in this book really unless you have her voice in your head And you certainly can't say Demerara or Isidore Spoffard without an appropriately thick accent My kids and I totally loved it

  2. says:

    cute cozymagical adventure with talking animals i loved demerara the cat would definitely want her as my pet

  3. says:

    The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop is cute and whimsical but also has a bit of a dark sideIt seems to me there's not a lot of murder in middle grade If there is then I'm totally missing it or forgetting it so it surprised me And not exactly in the best way I mean sure things end up pretty well but I just kept thinking about how this character killed in cold blood It was a little unsettlingI enjoyed the characters but it felt like I didn't really get past the surface with most of th

  4. says:

    The title is so promising but I was disappointed overall If you'd like to spend time with an immortal talking cat an immortal talking rat the ghost of a famous elephant three magical eleven year olds who had no clue they were magical until chapter two or three and a frustrated evil genius then this is the perfect book for you It's insane really which may be just what a fantasy lover is looking for It's set in London It's set in an old chocolate shop It features a SECRET AGENCY deal

  5. says:

    I loved this book but I have to warn you The title might make you think this a sweet story about a candy shop Not so It's got murder yea I know a tad disconcerting for an elementary age level book but there are no violent details magic international intrigue a rather lovable villain talking animals including an immortal invisible body glitter wearing cat and dyslexia Saunders magically weaves it all together to make an engaging easy readA villain is redeemed a young girl discovers hidden

  6. says:

    Strengths Saunders' books are always a treat for me Beswitched and Magicalamity were great fun This one was no exception I adored the house in London with its secret passages and chocolate making euipment; the easily distracted parents who can be persuaded that really their son has not been kidnapped by an immortal evil great uncle but is really at a music camp; and the endless cups of tea that are consumed for every imaginable event Add to that talking cats immortality chocolate there's just

  7. says:

    I listened to this book in its Audiobook format what a wonderful find I had heard nothing about the book or Saunders prior so I was completely surprised by the direction the story went in Unlike many books you have no idea where the story is going because it is truly an original plot with uirky and delightful characters I have since recommended this to others and I'll definitely be readinglistening to Lily Oz and Kayden's adventures again Be warned though there are older themes such as violence murd

  8. says:

    I like the book because I like the genre fiction adventure stories When you first look at the book you think it is just about some strange story about oddly named chocolate It is really about kids who are finding out amazing things In the first few chapters it was normal and mostly fascinating Then I got to the to the engrossing part from there I couldn't put it down This is my favourite book from about 10 or books I read this year I think that it it should be a little detailed in the settings where the

  9. says:

    The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop is a really good book because it is about chocolate and mystery If you like chocolate talking cats and mystery books then this book is good for you I loved this book because of it's twist in the story and my love for chocolate and cats Also because at the begining of the book the author really grabs your atencion to make you want to read all of the time The mystery keeps moving on throught the book but do they solve the case and save the boy who go kidnaped the world may never know

  10. says:

    Three stars may be a bit generous This was a uick easy read I think it is marketed for middle grades but I think it would appeal to a younger reader although there are a few themes that may be tough for younger kids I liked the story but it seemed to lose focus and go in many different directions But I think kids would enjoy the magical story and I do like the message at the end unconditional love and sacrifice

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