Library Blog Quiz: Chocolate Edition!

Posted: April 8, 2011 in Competitions

Hola, book lovers! Not only is today the last day of term, but it is also getting to that time of year when everybody eats a lot of chocolate. At the library blog we heartily approve of both leisure and snacking (both things that go well with reading books), so we are celebrating with a special chocolate edition of the Library Blog Book Quiz!

How to enter:
Fill in the form at the bottom of this post with your name, email address and the correct answers to all ten questions. Entries which answer all questions correctly will go into the draw to win a book voucher from our literary friends at Readings book shop. This competition will close at 10am on Friday April 29th (the first Friday of Term 2) and winners will be announced on the blog later that day. You must be a Uni High student to enter this competition. Good luck!

Quiz Questions

1. Joanne Harris’ novel Chocolat tells the story of a mother and daughter who open a chocolate shop in a small French village. The book was also made into a film: for two points, name the actors who play
                       a. The mother
                       b. The daughter             

2. Alexander McCall Smith’s novel Friends, Lovers, Chocolate is the second book in his Sunday Philosophy Club series. Give the name of
                       a. The main character
                       b. The first book in the series

3. The novel Like Water For Chocolate by Mexican writer Laura Esquivel tells the story of a family of three sisters. Can you name all three?

4. In Mary Arrigan’s novel Chocolate Moon, the young protagonist runs away overseas with his grandmother, who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. What country do they go to?

5. Roald Dahl’s classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory features a nice young man who wins the opportunity to visit Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. Which member of his family does Charlie take with him to the factory?

6. The classic young adult novel The Chocolate War is set in a fictional American high school. What is the name of the high school?



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