Candy’s Chocolate Kingdom
Welcome to Candy’s world! Candy is a cute girl that loves chocolate so much, she eats it all day and dreams about it at night. In the Chocolate Kingdom everything is made of chocolate. EVERYTHING!
But as we all know, too much of a good thing can be bad… and things begin to go wrong for poor Candy. Everything ends well though after Candy wakes up from her dream, and realize that too much chocolate is not good for her.
The story is adventurous, magical and adorable all at the same time. It’s the perfect combination of vivid illustrations and easy text for children learning to read. It’s the perfect bedtime story for kids ages 3-5. So grab your copy today, and make sure your kid will go to sleep with a smile!
After suffering physically and emotionally from an incurable illness, Nirit Littaney channeled her strength and triumph of spirit to an outlet that would bring joy to others. Her journey to writing imaginative books for children was not an easy one, but the struggles she has overcome along the way have enabled her to create memorable and humorous characters.
Her characters swim the depths of the ocean, traverse through midnight dreams, and walk the same streets as the real children who read about them before snuggling into bed. Nirit weaves subtle life lessons into her tales of strength and courage, and brings each world to life with vivid illustrations.
Nirit Littaney joins the throng of children’s book authors and elects to have the very talented Abira Das provides the illustrations for this her first children’s book to appear on Kindle.
Candy who not only loves chocolates but lives for eating them! `Candy loves chocolate so much that one night, after she fell asleep, she had a very special and chocolaty dream. Candy dreamt she
was living in the Chocolate Kingdom!’ In that special place EVERYTHING was made of chocolate – the house, the bed, the fountain, even the bathtub and water were chocolate. All her meals were chocolate, her mom’s car, the toys at kindergarten, the TV, the playground, and then even Candy began to turn into chocolate! As her mother said, perhaps she eats too much chocolate. And then – she wakes up form her dream, finds the water in the bathroom is really water and not chocolate. The lesson is learned: `Now that Candy had the dream about the Chocolate Kingdom, she eats very little chocolate. She knows that eating too much chocolate is not good for her and can make her feel sick. As for you, Candy says it’s OK to eat a little chocolate every now and then, but too much of it can make you feel sick… And you wouldn’t want that, would you?’
What a delightful little story – `rich’ in imagination, one children will love, and one that carries a fine lesson about indulgences….Grady Harp, April 15
Do you like chocolate? What would you think if you could eat chocolate anytime you wanted?
The author, Nirit Littaney, has written a story all about chocolate, Al l about Candy’s chocolate, that is. Candy is a little girl who liked to eat chocolate all the time. In fact if she could live in a chocolate house, and eat only chocolate that would be a wonderful life, she thought. When you read this story, you will learn all about Candy’s chocolate life.
Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will have such great fun thinking about living with and eating only chocolate. This will raise all sorts of questions about what healthy is, and why is it that we should eat fruits and vegetables. There is a lesson to be learned, and it is a great big chocolate lesson. The illustrations by Abira Das are colorful, vivid and brilliant. They depict the chocolate world that Candy lives in. What fun! Note: a complimentary copy of this book was provided to read and review.
Recommended. prisrob 04-20-15
I am 9 years old and my favorite food is chocolate and just like Candy I find it hard to stop eating chocolate when I start. Actually, I would have really really liked to live in a Chocolate Kingdom like in Candy’s dream because that would be really cool and super yummy. The pictures of the Chocolate Kingdom are amazing and everything was made out of chocolate from sand to houses even salad and paint.
Those pictures made me want chocolate but after reading this book it showed how Candy wasn’t feeling good because of eating chocolate and that she might have chocolate fever. (^0^) It was like how I felt sick a bit on Easter after eating lots and lots of chocolate. I don’t want to eat chocolate like that all the time even if its super yummy because I know its not fun being sick. And if my friends eat too much chocolate I am going to tell them about chocolate fever so that they will be careful not to eat too much, too.
And another cool thing about this book is that it has a free creative kit near the front of the book. That you can color in and I was able to make cutouts for me and my little brother and I pretended to be Candy and my brother pretended to be her twin with the chocolate looking Candy. And we even role played the book scenes. It was lots of fun. =(^.^)=
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I have a 4 year old niece who I babysit quite a lot. We play with legos and read a whole lot of stories whenever she comes over. It is a lot of fun reading books to her and falling asleep. So, yesterday she was coming over and I took my Kindle and started looking for a good bedtime story. I stumbled upon Candy’s Chocolate Kingdom and started reading the description.
Nirit Littaney has done a remarkable job at writing this story. It is adventurous, magical and adorable all at the same time. The illustrations are cute and pump life into the story. It took us about an hour and a half to finish the story and by the time we were done, she fell sound asleep. My niece absolutely fell in love with the story and I’m fairly certain that every kid would enjoy this story a lot. I’m pretty sure that I’d be downloading more books from this series whenever she comes over next.
All in all, it is a simple story with a beautiful message. It is a must have story for everybody with little kids around. Trust me, they’re gonna love you for reading it to them.