The Chocolate Box Girls: Fortune Cookie

A totally luscious new bombshell! Unwrap that scrummy cover to see what fortune has in store for Jake, the new Tanberry brother! It’s time for one more candy-coated outing with the Tanberry siblings in the sixth and final book from the chocolate box girls. Except it’s not just the girls anymore. Our group of sugar-sweet sisters have an unbelievable shocker in store. By now, new siblings are an everyday event for the girls. But nothing could quite prepare them for – of all things – a boy! And a rather delicious one, at that… Should you blub because it’s the end? Or smile at a new lovely beginning? Console yourself with the chocolate recipes at the back!

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    I think this book is amazing, just like all the other chocolate box girls books. It has amazingly funny parts to it and I can’t stop laughing at the thought of when Jake, (the main character who is the half sibling of the other chocolate box girls) wanted to write ” always answer emails” in one of the fortune cookies Paddy was making. A hilarious book with a groundbreaking plot. I love how Jake loves his two younger sisters and shows affection. It is a very family- romantic book. It’s not just sad and romantic, Cathy Cassidy, one of my favourite authors, added lots of funny bits to make the reader laugh out loud (or at least in your head but for a while) and a sort of scary plot so that the mum worries. There is a groundbreaking part where his mother tells him about the affair she had with Jakes dad (also the chocolate box girl’s dad) and tells him the whole truth. I love the bit where Jake asks the girls to call their dad. They call him and then show Jake to him. I’m not sure if I remember the exact reaction of their shared dad because I read the book a while ago, but their dad probably denied him as his son but then realized his mistake and really did know it was his son.

    1 April 2016

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Authors

  • Cathy cassidy t 67

    Cathy Cassidy

    She’s been an art teacher, magazine editor and agony aunt but we like her best as a top-selling author. If you love books about family, friendship and chocolate, then look no further than Cathy!

    Awards

    Cathy won the Royal Mail Award for Scottish Children’s Books for Scarlett in 2007, the Lincolnshire Young People’s Book Award in 2009 and the 2013 Doncaster Book Award for Summer’s Dream. She was also crowned Queen of Teen in 2010.

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