Welcome to Day 2 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! @bakeandwrite @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC.

 Robbie Cheadle

Sir Chocolate Books – Sir Chocolate and the baby cookie monster story and cookbook

(7) Paperback copies / 1 of ea book in the series(2) 15 Amazon gift cards
Please leave Robbie a comment anywhere along the tour for your chance to win one of these awesome prizes.

This is my favourite of the Sir Chocolate books to date because I think it is the most imaginative. I love the idea of a runaway toddler who needs help finding his mother. The baby cookie monster has a body made from a wedge of shortbread and long nose with a serrated edge that he uses to cut chunks out of the houses in Chocolateville.

“His body was shaped like a shortbread wedge,
He had a long nose with a jagged edge,
For cutting food into bite sized squares,
He looked like something out of nightmares.”

Of course, the villages are devastated to wake up one morning and find their grass flattened and their houses and walls damaged by the baby cookie monster, but Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet know his is just a baby who needs his mother. With the help of the vanilla fudge bird, Mother Cookie Monster is found, and to her great joy, her baby is returned to her.

How to make a fondant and Easter egg panda bear

You will find the step-by-step instructions on Youtube here:

OR

You can download a PDF of the step-by-step instructions here:

https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com/how-to-make-a-panda-bear/

BOOK BLURB:

Sir Chocolate and Lady Sweet find a lost baby cookie monster. Join them on an adventure to return the baby to its mother and learn how to make some of their delicious recipes at the same time.

AUTHOR BIO:

Robbie Cheadle is a children’s author and poet.

The Sir Chocolate children’s picture books, co-authored by Robbie and Michael Cheadle, are written in sweet, short rhymes which are easy for young children to follow and are illustrated with pictures of delicious cakes and cake decorations. Each book also includes simple recipes or biscuit art directions which children can make under adult supervision.

Robbie has also published books for older children which incorporate recipes that are relevant to the storylines.

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:

Robbie Cheadle

Website

https://www.robbiecheadle.co.za/

Blog

https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com/

TSL Books Author Page 

Twitter

PURCHASE LINKS:

TSL Publications (paper back is available at a discounted price): 

http://tslbooks.uk/product/sir-chocolate-and-the-baby-cookie-monster-a5/

Lulu.com (ebook):

Amazon (paper back and ebook):

To follow along with the rest of the tour, please visit the author’s tour page on the 4WillsPublishing site. If you’d like to schedule your own blog tour and have your book promoted in similar grand fashion, please click HERE. Thanks for supporting this author and her work!

Thank you for dropping by. Robbie appreciates it, and so do I.

Shalom aleichem,

Pat Garcia

Author: patgarcia

Writer, Blogger, Poet, Singer, Musician

52 thoughts on “Welcome to Day 2 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! @bakeandwrite @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC.”

  1. You are by far the most supportive promoter of books here, especially those from RRBC. I appreciate your commenting on my blog frequently and tweeting links to mine and others books. You are a true-blue friend, Pat! ((( )))

    1. Hi Marian,
      I enjoy reading your blog. Whenever I get caught up in my writing though, I forget that Wednesday is the day you post, and I continue in my flow instead of breaking it.
      Thank you for the compliment and I will pass it on to the One who is responsible for me being the way I am and that is the LORD. I am glad that He is the God of many chances and has much patience with me.
      Shalom aleichem

  2. Thanks Pat, beautiful series. Love the idea of a Cookie Monster….. impossibly fun, an oxymoron if ever there was… something so sweet cannot be frightening…. But losing one’s mother…… Happy writing and reviewing.

  3. I love Robbie’s multimedia approach to things; writing, poetry, videos, step-by-step illustrations. She covers all the bases…

  4. So, is the lady with the very round cookie body the baby cookie monster’s mother? (I got quite a kick out of her. And of course I love cookies.)

    1. Hi Liz, yes, indeed, the round chocolate chip cookie figurine is Mama Cookie Monster. I just love her. The recipe for Mama Cookie Monster cookies is very delicious.

  5. Thanks, Pat. I read Robbie’s book and enjoy her stories and recipes, and this has both! A winner all around. Good luck with your own stories, and good luck to Robbie with the rest of the tour. ♥

    1. Hi,
      Thank you foe coming by. I agree. Like children, we adults like sinking into the chocolate world.
      Have a great day.
      Shalom aleichem

    1. Hi,
      Yes, Robbie is extremely talented and smart. It is a joy knowing her.
      Thank you so much for coming by.
      Shalom aleichem

  6. HI Pat, thank you for hosting day 2 of my tour. My apologies for being late to the party. Somehow, I seem to have lost a day somewhere along the line and thought Day 1 was yesterday.

  7. Hi Pat! Wonderful to see Robbie here. I love the little rhyme that describes Baby Cookie Monster. The whole book looks like fun.

    1. Hi Linda,
      Thank you. It‘s my pleasure to have Roobie‘s tour stop by blog. She is a charmer and absolute fantastic baker.
      Shalom aleichem

  8. Robbie, you are truly amazing! Another inventive story with adorable baking creations – good luck with your tour and your new book! Pat, thanks for hosting Robbie today. (if this is a duplicate, sorry, having trouble with WordPress today- keeps kicking me off!)

  9. Hi Pat–Thanks for hosting Robbie! I will have to get this book and bring it to me when I go back to Michigan to see the grandkids. The three crazy boys like to make things like this, and they will be thrilled! Thanks for these great ideas, Robbie. You are so creative!

  10. Thanks, Pat for hosting Robbie! How creative she is! I think I’ll have to try some of these creations with the grandkids in Michigan. They love to make things like these.

    1. Hi Wanda,
      You ROCK! I wouldn’t trust myself to try anything out. My dad always said, Keep Patricia away from the kitchen, and he was right.
      Please let me know how it turns out with the grandkids.
      Take care and thank you for dropping by.
      Shalom aleichem

  11. Hi Pat, I love this post. Robbie creates so much fun with her imaginative and delicious creations. Awesome post.

    1. Hi Rox,
      Yes, Robbie does, and it is amazing. I admire her ability to create in baking.
      Thank you for dropping by and have an amazing day.
      Shalom aleichem

  12. Hi Robbie. How about sending me one of your homemade treats? LOL
    Hope you have a wonderful day.

    1. Hi Shirley, I would love to but they don’t travel well. It will have to wait until I can visit the USA. I’m holding thumbs that Covid will be booted by the end of this year.

  13. Robbie has such a wonderful gift for creating edible art! I love these and wish her much success with this book! Thank you for hosting, Pat!

    1. Hi Jan,
      Thank you my dear friend for stopping by. I so agree. Robbie’s banking is incredible! I would be fighting to keep the weight off.
      Have a great day.
      Shalom aleichem

  14. I love the idea of Robbie, working in high finance by day and writing and baking after hours. Her characters, both fondant and in book form, are highly creative. Thanks, Pat, for showcasing Robbie today. Will share this too! ((( )))

    1. Hi Marian,
      Thank you for dropping by. I admire Robbie greatly. Working day composed of working in Finance and then writing in an entirely different corner of life. It is indeed a very challenging niche to be in and she masters it very well.
      Thanks also for sharing.
      Shalom aeichem

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