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Chocolate Fever Lit Link Gr 4 6

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Chocolate Fever

Author : Robert Kimmel Smith
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Henry Green eats so much chocolate he comes down with chocolate fever.

Chocolate Fever Literature Kit Gr 3 4

Author : Stephanie Ridout
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Explain the importance of healthy eating with this strange tale of overindulgence. Use this resource for multiple activities for use with independent reading groups. Design a character chart that details Henry and his relationship with his family. Connect words from the chapter to their meaning. Students explain what they already know about germs and how they spread, prior to reading the chapter. Step into Henry's shoes and imagine what it would be like to be scared and confused at the hospital. Put events from the chapter in the order that they happen when Henry escapes from the hospital and runs into a gang of bullies. Conduct an interview with a classmate to find out how your thoughts of the novel differ. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included. About the Novel: Chocolate Fever tells the story of a young boy's strange illness caused by his unusual eating habits. Henry Green loves chocolate. He eats it all the time and on everything. He enjoys chocolate syrup on his mashed potatoes, chocolate sprinkles on his buttered noodles, and cocoa dusted on canned peaches, pears and applesauce. The best part is, he never gains weight, gets a cavity or ruins his skin. Until now. One day at school, Henry notices chocolate-smelling brown spots all over his body. A trip to the hospital finds that Henry's spots are made of 100% pure chocolate, causing the doctor to diagnose him with 'chocolate fever'. Afraid, Henry decides to run away. He runs right into some bullies. Henry gets away by convincing them that his illness is a highly contagious and deadly disease. Henry's adventures continue as he wonders whether he will ever be cured of his 'chocolate fever'.

Chocolate Fever by Robert Kimmel Smith

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Story Squares

Author : Denise Cunningham
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Enhance your reading comprehension lessons with Story Squares?! This versatile resource will encourage a love of reading in your students while developing a wide range of skills. Using 40 timeless classics of children?s literature, students are challenged to respond to reading assignments using the skills of Language Arts, Writing, Higher-Order Thinking, and Creative Arts. Students are given the power to choose the activities they wish to complete. With 800 activities available, readers are bound to find options that interest and inform them. Story summaries, teacher hints, a grading rubric, and a glossary of terms are included. Brimming with content for both students and teachers, Story Squares is a novel way to get your students reading!

Chocolate Fads Folklore Fantasies

Author : Frank Hoffmann
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Chocolate Fads, Folklore & Fantasies is the low-cal answer to satisfying chocolate cravings. Documenting the chocolate phenomenon by means of 1,000+ chocolate chunks of information, this tempting book discusses: Chocolate Fads: chocolate books, chocolate goodies (cakes, candy, cookies, ice cream), chocolate clubs, chocolate festivals, chocolate fund-raising, chocolate marketing, chocolate media, and chocolate novelties Chocolate Folklore: chocolate companies, chocolate history, chocolate nutrition, chocolate moguls, chocolate quotes, chocolate tips, chocolate trivia, and chocolate types Chocolate Fantasies: chocoholism, chocolate feasts, chocolate love, chocolate parties, chocolate promotions, and chocolate psychology. At the end of the book is a 200-item Chocoquiz, in the style of Trivial Pursuit, so that readers can use the book as a reference source to know everything there is to know about chocolate. Reference sections include acknowledgments to chocolate manufacturers, chocolate-related companies, a listing of chocolate publications (media articles, children's books, chocolate guides, cookbooks, chocolate humor, and chocolate specialities), and an impressive list of addresses and telephone numbers for more than 100 chocolate and chocolate-related companies. All chocoholics, out of the closet or not, will want to read this book. Chocolate Fads, Folklore & Fantasies promises to be the last word in chocolate, no fudging!

Chocolate as Medicine

Author : Philip K Wilson
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The Mesoamerican population who lived near the indigenous cultivation sites of the "Chocolate Tree" (Theobromo cacao) had a multitude of documented applications of chocolate as medicine, ranging from alleviating fatigue to preventing heart ailments to treating snakebite. Until recently, these applications have received little sound scientific scrutiny. Rather, it has been the reputed health claims stemming from Europe and the United States which have attracted considerable biomedical attention. This book, for the first time, describes the centuries-long quest to uncover chocolate's potential health benefits. The authors explore variations in the types of evidence used to support chocolate's use as medicine as well as note the ongoing tension over categorizing chocolate as food or medicine, and more recently, as functional food or nutraceutical. The authors, Wilson an historian of science and medicine, and Hurst an analytical chemist in the chocolate industry, bring their collective insights to bear upon the development of ideas and practices surrounding the use of chocolate as medicine. Chocolate's use in this manner is explored first among the Mesoamerican peoples, then as it is transported to Europe, and back into Colonial North America. The authors then focus upon more recent bioscience experimental undertakings which have been aimed to ascertain both long-standing and novel suggestions as to chocolate's efficacy as a medicinal and a nutritional substance. Chocolate/s reputation as the most craved food boosts this book's appeal to food and biomedical scientists, cacao researchers, ethnobotanists, historians, folklorists, and healers of all types as well as to the general reading audience.

Write Out of the Oven

Author : Josephine M. Waltz
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A collection of letters and recipes from more than 50 well-known and award-winning children's authors and advice to the children who wrote to them.

Chocolate

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Chocolate A Cultural Encyclopedia

Author : Ross F. Collins
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No food in the world can offer as storied a history as chocolate. Chocolate: A Cultural Encyclopedia focuses on cocoa's history from ancient Mesoamerican beginnings as a symbol of ritual, life, and death, to its omnipresence in Europe, North America, and the rest of the world. In 10 thematic chapters covering chocolate in society and culture, 80 shorter entries, recipes, and a comprehensive timeline, this new book takes a closer look at how chocolate has served as a medicine, an indulgence, a symbol of decadence, a door to romance, a tempting taboo, a means of survival, and a snack for children and adults alike. Why did popes and kings so fear their chocolate? Who invented milk chocolate, and why was its formula kept secret? Why did soldiers in World War II despise their chocolate rations? Who makes the most chocolate today? Find out the answers to these questions and more as this book tells you everything you wanted to know—and a lot you didn't even know existed—about the seed from the world’s favorite fruit tree.