This Book Is Not Good for YouBook - 2009
Between the pages of this book lies the secret to the best-tasting chocolate in all the world. I promise, your taste buds will tingle. Your palette will sing! Oh no, have I accidentally tempted you to read this book? I will warn you, however, the most delicious things are never good for you...and this story is particularly scrumptious!
In this tooth-rotting adventure, Cass's mom has been kidnapped by the evil dessert chef and chocolatier, Señor Hugo! The ransom...the legendary tuning fork. Can Cass and Max-Ernest find the magical instrument before it's too late? Will they discover the evil secret ingredient to Señor Hugo's chocolate success?
If you're tempted, take a taste, but just remember...this book is not good for you.
Baker & Taylor
With an evil dessert chef, Senor Hugo, concocting a recipe for disaster in the form of a tempting chocolate bar, heroes Cass and Max-Ernest must research clues and unravel puzzles to stop an evil organization from carrying out its plot to gain immortality and wreak havoc on the world.
As an evil dessert chef concocts a recipe for disaster in the form of a tempting chocolate bar, Cass and Max-Ernest attempt to stop an evil organization from carrying out its plot to gain immortality and wreak havoc on the world.
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blue_owl_15 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 10 and 14
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Cassandra's mom has just been kidnaped! Now Cass, Max-Ernest and Yogi have to find Cass's mom, the tuning fork and stop the midnight sun from finding the secret!
Cass's mother is kidnapped by Señor Hugo because Cass has the ultimate chocolate making tool, the tuning fork. Cass and her friends have to go into the rainforest in the zoo to save her mother and the tuning fork from getting into the wrong hands.
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I'm not anti-vanilla, just pro-chocolate. I wanted to make that clear far all the villains, oops! I'm sorry, I mean vanillains, out there.
You know who you are.
I had it originally and more accurately called it THIS BOOK IS ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE FOR YOU, but my publishers were afraid the title would scare away readers away. They wanted to call it THIS BOOK IS GOOD FOR YOU. I was only able to slip in the NOT at the last moment when they weren't looking.