The chocolate touch
John Midas's wildest dream comes true--everything he touches turns to chocolate. First his toothpaste, then his trumpet . . . and finally, his mother! That's when John realizes his chocolate touch is more than he bargained for. "A twist on the King Midas myth and full of good fun".--Children's Book Review Service.
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