Published October 1, 2007
by Katherine Tegen Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Anne Mortimer (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
The Chocolate cat caper's plot is plausible, sometimes it's not that compelling and overall it's not surprising. The main character, Lee McKinney, is a Texas blonde that sometimes passes as a bit dumb and has tendency for malapropisms that's supposed to be funny but mostly distracts from the story/5. KIRKUS REVIEW. In a dull village famous for nothing, Cat lives with a grumpy chocolate maker. No one buys his candy, and no one likes him or his cat. “One day, for no reason,” the chocolate maker creates a chocolate mouse with a pink sugar tail. Cat tries one and decides it must be shared. JoAnna Carl. JOANNA CARL is the pseudonym for the multi-published mystery writer Eve K. Sandstrom. The author writes about the shores of Lake Michigan and has been reviewed in Michigan newspapers as a “regional writer.” She has also written about Southwest Oklahoma and once won an award for the best book of the year with an Oklahoma setting/5. This title tells the story of a small, grey village, a grumpy chocolate maker and his lazy chocolate-coloured cat. They are transformed when some magical chocolate mice with crunchy pink-sugar tails appear, bringing with them exciting new ideas for the shop.
The first novel of the series was published under the title ‘The Chocolate Cat Caper’. It was published by the Mystery Guild Collection publishing house in the year The plot of the novel is set in Warner Pier, Michigan, United States and revolves around the lives of the main characters Lee McKinney and Joe Woodyard. Buy The Chocolate Cat First U. S. Edition by Stainton, Sue, Mortimer, Anne (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(10). That the chocolate cat is at once all agog, As her swelling proportions attest. And the chocolate cat goes cavorting around From this leafy limb unto that, And the sugar-plums tumble, of course, to the groundHurrah for that chocolate cat! There are marshmallows, gumdrops, and peppermint canes, With stripings of scarlet or gold. Pete the Cat: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star. Pete the Cat: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Board Book. Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase. Pete the Cat and the Itsy Bitsy Spider. Read the original Pete the Cat, and more Pete the Cat picture books. Pete the Cat: Pete's Big Lunch. Pete the Cat: Play Ball! Pete the Cat: Pete at the Beach.
The mystery escalates from there and is very skillfully gh "The Chocolate Cat Caper" is a light, cozy read - it isn't juvenile in the least. The one area that is rather silly is that the author insists on giving Lee McKinney an impediment of a sort where she substitutes the wrong word in sentences at the most inopportune times.5/5(5). It was the first editor of the Chocoholic Books who suggested that “Chocolate lore” be included in each novel. Following are selections from the lore. (From The Chocolate Cat Caper) The first chocoholics believed that the cocoa bean was the gift of a god. The god was Quetzalcoatl, a benign deity of the sometimes blood-thirsty Aztecs. The complete series list for - A Chocoholic Mystery Joanna Carl. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. The Chocolate Cat Caper. by JoAnna Carl. Category: Fiction / Mystery. pages; ISBN: Mysteries involving some aspect of the food industry are always popular among fans of cozies.