Meet Candy, the cute girl who loves chocolate so much she dreams about it at night. Grab some sweets and follow Candy though a Magical Chocolate Kingdom that fills her belly and teaches her an important lesson about limits, after something very unexpected happens in the delicious empire.
Though the vivid illustrations are sure to make your mouth water, Candy’s new understanding is the real treat even you can munch on!
Excellent for beginner’s readers and children ages 3-6. Book 1 in the Kingdom Fantasy series.
This book is great for quick bedtime story or to be read aloud with friends and family!
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Candy’s Chocolate Kingdom is a short children’s book that would be fun to read aloud. It’s about Candy, who loves chocolate so much that she eats as much as she can get. She even has a dream about a Chocolate Kingdom where everything is made of chocolate. That’s when she realizes that you can get too much of a good thing, which is the lesson of this book.
Not only is this a good story with a life lesson, but each page has a cute picture of Candy at home or in the Chocolate Kingdom. This is a great book for young children.
About the Author
Nirit Littaney is a fresh, imaginative author who weaves vivid images and important life lessons into endearing stories for children. After being confined to her bed for years by an incurable illness, Nirit experienced the same triumph of spirit that many of her characters undergo in their journeys through lands near and far.
Nirit’s commitment to personal and physical healing, along with her story-like travels around the world, have inspired her to pen inventive tales for families in search of humorous, insightful bedtime stories. She writes for children in hopes of making them giggle while they also learn a lesson or two.
Today, Nirit lives in Israel with her angel of a husband, who champions each of her new books as if he were the wide-eyed child she wrote them for. When Nirit isn’t dreaming up new characters, she works as a nutritionist, medical coach, and spiritual leader. She is eager to inspire and help others with the lessons her own challenges have taught her—and what better way is there than through books?
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