The Chocolate World: The End Has Just Begun

The Chocolate World: The End Has Just Begun

The Chocolate World: The End Has Just Begun

The Chocolate World: The End Has Just Begun


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For Chips, there are worse things than not having a solid sugar cube to munch on. The worst of them all? When a former friend stabs you in the back. His once companion turned arch-nemesis, Peanuts, transforms all Chips' friends into solid gold with a magical rod. To bring them back to life, Chips must return to the one place with all the answers: The Fountain of Know-it-All. When he teams up with a powerful Cherry Ranger to make the voyage, Chips thinks it will be an easy trip - especially since he's acquired his own personal fire-spitting, flying dragon.

But as Chips and the Cherry Ranger speed across their world, they learn from the Marshmallow Messengers that a new enemy is preparing to invade Chocolate City: the massive Cookie Nation. These cookies aren't the melt-in-your-mouth variety. They're big, scary, and more determined to bring about the apocalypse than a horde of zombies.

Now Chips rushes to bring together pirates, mermaids, dragons, and even his former enemies, the Strawberry people, to fight against the most epic of baddies. What started as a simple quest catapults Chips into the ultimate battle for his home and the lives of everyone in the city. Worst of all, if Chips can't find a way to free his friends in time, they will remain solid gold forever. But as the massive Cookie Army closes in, Chips is running out of time to save both.

Will he save his city or his friends? Either way, it's not the cookies that will crumble...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781954378100
Publisher: Metosis Studios LLC
Publication date: 05/26/2021
Series: Chocolate People Series , #3
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.49(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years
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