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Delicious Reads for Chocoholics and Bookworms Alike

Warm summer days are perfect for reading. Whether you are looking for a beach read or just a good pick for your book club, we have loads of sweet recommendations by blending literature and sweet treats for tantalizing books about chocolate. Savor a rich piece of Euphoria Chocolate as you turn the pages of a captivating story focused on your favorite indulgence. With suggestions for all ages an interest reading has never been so delicious!

Chocolat by Joanne Harris

"Chocolat" is a charming novel set in a small French village, where a mysterious woman named Vianne Rocher opens a chocolate shop during Lent. The book explores themes of temptation, love, and community, all centered around delectable chocolate creations. Joanne Harris's vivid descriptions will make you crave a visit to a quaint chocolatier.

Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel

This Mexican classic intertwines the art of cooking with magical realism, telling the story of Tita de la Garza. Her emotions find their way into her cooking, affecting anyone who eats her food—especially her chocolate dishes. The book's unique structure, with recipes at the beginning of each chapter, makes it a must-read for both foodies and literary enthusiasts.

The Chocolate Thief by Laura Florand

Set in the romantic city of Paris, this contemporary romance follows American heiress Cade Corey as she tries to convince French chocolatier Sylvain Marquis to sell his legendary recipes. The story is filled with humor, passion, and, of course, mouth-watering descriptions of chocolate. It's a delightful read for anyone who loves a good love story with a sweet twist.

The Loveliest Chocolate Shop in Paris by Jenny Colgan

Anna Trent may be a supervisor in a chocolate factory...but that doesn't necessarily mean she knows how to make chocolate. So when a fateful accident gives her the opportunity to work at Paris's elite chocolatier Le Chapeau Chocolat, Anna expects to be outed as a fraud.


But with a bit of luck and a lot of patience, Anna might learn that the sweetest things in life are always worth working for.

A heartwarming, bittersweet story of life, love and chocolate.

Chocolate Wars by Deborah Cadbury

Deborah Cadbury, a descendant of the famous chocolate-making family, provides an insider's look at the history of the chocolate industry. From the Quaker roots of companies like Cadbury, Fry, and Rowntree, to the modern-day corporate battles between giants like Nestlé and Mars, "Chocolate Wars" offers a fascinating glimpse into the business side of our favorite sweet.

Candyfreak by Steve Almond

In "Candyfreak," Steve Almond takes readers on a nostalgic trip through the candy aisles of America, sharing his personal obsession with sweets. His witty and humorous memoir includes anecdotes about lesser-known chocolate treats and the people who make them. It's a fun and entertaining read that will resonate with anyone who has a sweet tooth.

Chocolate and Zucchini by Clotilde Dusoulier

Food blogger Clotilde Dusoulier combines her love of cooking and writing in this delightful memoir/cookbook. "Chocolate and Zucchini" features stories and recipes that reflect Clotilde's French upbringing and her passion for fresh, simple ingredients. The book includes several chocolate recipes that are sure to become favorites in your kitchen.

My Life in France by Julia Child and Alex Prud'homme

While not exclusively about chocolate, "My Life in France" offers readers a glimpse into the life of the legendary Julia Child, who helped popularize French cuisine in America. Her experiences living in France, attending Le Cordon Bleu, and writing "Mastering the Art of French Cooking" are filled with rich descriptions of food, including divine chocolate desserts.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl

No list of chocolate-themed books would be complete without mentioning this timeless classic. Roald Dahl's whimsical tale of Charlie Bucket's adventure in Willy Wonka's magical chocolate factory has captivated readers of all ages for decades. It's a delightful story that reminds us of the pure joy that chocolate can bring.

The Chocolate Touch by Patrick Skene Catling

A modern retelling of the myth of King Midas, "The Chocolate Touch" follows young John Midas, who discovers that everything he touches turns to chocolate. While this initially seems like a dream come true, John soon learns that too much of a good thing can have consequences. It's a charming and cautionary tale for young readers.


Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory by H.A. Rey & Margaret Rey


When George and the man with the yellow hat stop to shop at a chocolate factory store, George becomes curious about how chocolates are made. Though he begins to follow the factory tour, George is soon off on his own to investigate. 

Happy reading and happy indulging!