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The Little Book of Chocolate
Looking for a tasty topic with true cross-curricular potential, that’s certain to grab children’s interest right from the start? Shamelessly populist it may be; but chocolate’s 3000-year history offers almost limitless lesson-planning opportunities, from exploring cultural significance and the implications of fair trade, to designing a new line of confectionery to pitch to a major manufacturer. Whatever direction you choose, this compact title is a handy accompaniment – packed with useful and interesting information, presented in an, ahem, easily digestible format; moreover, at usborne-quicklinks.com, pupils can browse a list of recommended, safe websites. Tuck in!