Bite Into These “Sir Chocolate” Books! Robbie Cheadle’s Magical Books Are The Perfect Recipe For The Holidays!

Author Robbie Cheadle Has A Delicious Holiday Gift!

I have shared the great books of Robbie Cheadle before, but I haven’t told you about her terrific books with recipes that she writes with her son!

These terrific books tell magical stories AND include recipes that you can make with your children!

Sir Chocolate and the Fondant Five Story and Cookbook

Number 6 in the “Sir Chocolate” series is now out, and it’s the prefect holiday gift.

Five zoo animals go missing and Sir Chocolate needs to find them. This lyrical story is told as a poem, and the book also includes five new recipes you can make.

Here’s a short excerpt:

“One day Sir Chocolate arrived, and not a sound could hear, he called long and loud, but no animals did appear. The animals had vanished, the zoo was empty and still,”

“The monkey is naughty, he likes to have fun, he plays tricks on the others, then away he does run.”

Cheadle wrote the books with her son Michael, and each book tells a beautiful story and includes terrific recipes you can make with your kids! Here are the other five in the series:

Here is more about Robbie and all of the books – this post from the Author’s own website includes a great video on how to make some of the recipes in the book:

https://www.robbiecheadle.co.za/sirchocolatebooks-sir-chocolate-and-the-baby-cookie-monster/

These are perfect holiday gifts – and if you want something for grownups, Robbie also published a memoir with her Mom, who describes growing up in wartime England:

Click here to see a preview of his poignant memoir:

https://johnrieber.com/2019/04/10/while-the-bombs-fell-wednesdays-bookmobile-experiences-life-in-wartime-bravo-robbie-cheadle-and-elsie-hancy-eaton/

Robbie also publishes young adult supernatural fiction, singer more “adult” sounding name Roberta Eaton Cheadle:

This is a spooky tale – click here to get a sneak peek:

https://johnrieber.com/2019/10/23/author-roberta-eaton-cheadle-heads-through-the-nethergate-a-ghostly-wednesday-bookmobile-for-31daysofhorror/

Finally, Robbie just yesterday revealed that she is part of a brand new Anthology that is now available on Amazon:

Here is a link to her post about this new work!

https://robertawrites235681907.wordpress.com/2019/12/06/whispers-of-the-past-a-new-paranormal-anthology/

Bravo Robbie on all of your great published work!

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Leave a comment and let me know which Robbie Cheadle books you’ve read!



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48 replies

  1. It’s nice to visit you via Robbie’s blog, John. I got a kick out of the “and bacon” part of your profile. Although my characters, Deme and Honeybell might be upset… 😉
    Anyhow, I couldn’t agree more about Robbie’s work. Deliciously inspiring. Hugs on the wing!

  2. Hello! What a wonderful feature! Robbie’s a talented author, baker, amongst so many other things. She’s always interesting to read about. 😀

  3. Great to see Robbie featured here! Have no idea how she gets everything done.

  4. Robbie is a great blogger and writer, and a constant inspiration to us all. Thanks for featuring her wonderful (and delicious!) books, John!

  5. Having worked with many seven and eight-year-olds, I know that the children would eat these books up. (pun intended). Very clever ideas!

  6. A wonderful tribute to Robbie and Michael, John.. Robbie really is a prolific and talented writer who deserves to be recognised.. A lovely post 😊x

  7. What a delicious looking post John. A great mixture of Robbie’s books and baking for sure! 🙂

  8. Thank you for mentionint Robbie’s great books for children. They are my first advice for all parents whom children should learn the English language, and have a lot of fun. Best wishes, Michael

  9. Great to see Robbie and Michael featured here with their talented works!

  10. A great post about Robbie and Michael’s wonderful books.

  11. I just wish I had youngsters to give these books to!!!

  12. Reblogged this on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine and commented:
    John Rieber with a wonderful post about The Sir Chocolate Series of stories and cookbooks by Robbie Cheadle and her son Michael… a wonderful reminder of a fabulous series for children of all ages from 5 to 95… head over to enjoy

  13. John, this is an amazing post. Thank you so much for featuring my Sir Chocolate children’s books here, they are close to my heart as I wrote them with my son, Michael. I hope the children you are gifting to them enjoy them and get to make the recipes too.

  14. Nice feature, John.
    Shared on Twitter. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  1. My Christmas cake recipe and a lovely post about my Sir Chocolate books – Robbie's inspiration

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