Henry Green loved chocolate probably more than anybody in the world. So much so, that he made medical history when he contracted the only case ever of "chocolate fever". Then he finds himself caught up in a wild, hilarious chase, climaxed by an unusual hijacking. This lighthearted tale sure to satisfy chocolate lovers everywhere. "Embedded in this tale are lessons in courage, caring, moderation, and prejudice." — School Library Journal "It's all quite preposterous and lots of laughs, and so are the cartoon illustrations." — Publishers Weekly
In Chocolate Fever by Robert Kimmel Smith, a boy who loves to eat chocolate all day develops a disease called Chocolate Fever and decides to run away. Use these comprehension questions to engage students in a discussion about the book.