Welcome to Day 6 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! @bakeandwrite @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC

Sir Chocolate Books – Sir Chocolate and the Fondant Five 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.

Sir chocolate arrives at the Chocolate Land Zoo one morning to find the Fondant Five have disappeared. Who would take the lion, elephant, cheetah, rhino, and buffalo from their homes and why?

This rhyming verse book is aimed at teaching young children about the “Big Five” African animals as well as a few others including the giraffe, monkey, and hippo. It also includes a subtle message about teamwork and solving problems together.

How to make a chick out of an Easter Egg and fondant

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


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



Number 6 in the Sir Chocolate series. Five zoo animals go missing and Sir Chocolate needs to find them. Includes five lovely new recipes.


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.


Robbie Cheadle





TSL Books Author Page





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

Lulu.com (ebook):

Amazon (paper back):

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!

About Shirley Harris-Slaughter

I love old buildings and history. That's why I ended up writing about the history that surrounded me all of my life - "Our Lady of Victory, the Saga of an African-American Catholic Community." Plus our church had closed and the school is torn down, so I felt it was imperative that we preserve the history or it would be lost forever.
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48 Responses to Welcome to Day 6 of the “SIR CHOC” Book Tour! @bakeandwrite @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org #RRBC

  1. Hi, thanks to both Shirley and Robbie, for some fascinating pictures and tales.
    I think to write children’s stories requires such a unique talent. Well done Robbie.


    • Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

      Joy you are so right. There is a talent to writing children’s books. They are the masters of psychology so you have to be on your game.

      Thanks for your support.


  2. I like the two fondant creatures very much. Robbie always manages give them personality.


  3. Hi! Here’s another test message. Robbie, I hope you enjoyed your time with Shirley along your tour!

    Shirley, thanks for being an amazing hostess!


    • Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

      Nonnie you are to be thanked too. So we will all accept our accolades here today because everybody is a winner.

      Have a fantastic day.


  4. Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

    Hello Everyone. I want to take a moment to thank all those who have liked this post. Because it is more than the norm of new people, I want to acknowledge you and thank Robbie for having such wonderful friends who support her:

    Jim Borden, Stevie Turner (I remember you); C.S. Boyack (where have you been?); Beetlepete; and Annette Rochelle Aben (Thank you for your Facebook invitation). I did acknowledge some of you in the comments but this caught my attention and I felt the need to say hello to you.

    Have a wonderful day today!


  5. Carla says:

    I have a couple of Robbie’s books, but not this one. I think my granddaughter would enjoy this one as she loves big animals. I will have to see about getting it for her. Nice post.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Toni Pike says:

    Another great tour day, Robbie. Toni x

    Liked by 1 person

  7. beetleypete says:

    Great to see Robbie’s writing featured. And I just love her fondant elephant! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete.

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Thank you for the great feature, Shirley! Robbie blog with her wonderful books and fantastic fondant ideas is always worth a visit. I love that there are so many books for children available, and Robbie’s books making a great impact on children too. Best wishes, Michael

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  9. Ingenius the way you educate both young and old with your cookbooks! (love that wee elephant)

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  11. Linda Mims says:

    Hi Shirley! Your site looks great. Robbie, I agree with the others—the elephant is adorable. I’m enjoying your tour!

    Liked by 2 people

  12. I admire your creativity, Robbie! You make it look so easy. 😊

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Hi, this is my third comment. This is a test message!

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

    Hello Robbie and everybody. Something is causing your comments not to come through and I did see some comments that are approved but not showing up here. Nonnie alerted me to the issue. I sent wordpress a help email. I’m upset that I can’t call anybody at the moment. So waiting to hear from them. I appreciate your being patient until this issue is resolved.

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  15. Robbie, my goodness that elephant is adorable! I see Pat’s question, and also wondered if these cute creatures are edible (but who would want to bite them)? Hope your tour is going well! Shirley, thanks for hosting Robbie.

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    • Hi Maura Beth, I am glad you like the elephant. I did enjoy making African animals for this story. You can eat the elephant as he is made of fondant and I use edible sugar glue. They are very sweet though so the kids usually only eat a little bit of the figurines. You can also keep them for quite a long time.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

      Hi Maura Beth . It is a pleasure hosting Robbie. And thank you so much for being here.

      Liked by 1 person

  16. patgarcia says:

    Hi Robbie, Hi Shirley,
    Robbie, the elephant looks cute. My question is whether or not ia person can eat it or is it for decoration only. The tusks look delicious.

    Shirley, thank you so much for hosting Robbie today.

    Shalom aleichem

    Liked by 1 person

  17. Robbie, yes, who would take the animals from their home? Loved this! Thanks for teaching kids through your words!

    Shirley, thanks for hosting! You’re both awesome!

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Shirley Harris-Slaughter says:

    Welcome Robbie!

    Liked by 1 person

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