Candy Shop War

warCandy Shop War by Megan and Shiv

Have you ever wanted to eat magical candy? In The Candy Shop War, 4 kids embark on a journey with candy gives magical abilities. The Candy Shop War is the best book because it is easy to get hooked on, it teaches life lessons, and it shows that teamwork can accomplish goals.

The Candy Shop War grabs the reader right into the book. Kids like candy like nothing else. This makes it a fun book to read. The description tells you a lot about magical candy and the story in an interesting way. It tells you how kids can defy gravity and shock others. It also keeps you on the edge of your seat. When Ms. White imprisons Trevor, Brandon Mull describes the book so that you feel like Trevor felt. The detail is so incredible it makes you feel like you are there in the book.

All the fans of The Candy Shop War say that the book shows more life lessons. In the book Nate and his friends find out a stranger they thought was a friend is a bad guy. This shows that kids should not listen to strangers. The Candy Shop War also tells kids to trust their friends and family. Even if they do something wrong they are just trying to help you. A lesson all kids should learn is to never give. Sometimes giving up is worse than losing.

The Candy Shop War shows many kids working together for what they think is right. When Nate and his friends are getting the watch for Ms. White, someone has to make sure no one sees them. Another person has to help Nate get into the building. They all watch each other’s backs. In order for Nate and his friends to stop Ms. White from getting the treasure, they have to make sacrifices. They have to do this secretly which is hard for a single person, but as a team it is easier. When everyone tries to hurry out of the burning barn, even the bullies help each other. They try to get Denny out so he does not get burnt like a crisp by the flames.

The Candy Shop War is extremely catching and will easily become your favorite book the instant you read it. This is true because The Candy Shop War will pull you right into it and the book teaches life lessons. This book also encourages teamwork. So The Candy Shop War is the book you should vote for, right now. And maybe someday you will get magical candy too.


4 thoughts on “Candy Shop War”

  1. Your essay uses lots of life and world issues with kids. Not trusting strangers and how kids love candy are great examples of real kids these days. Teamwork and friendship are connections everyone can make. I love the Candy Shop War.

  2. I’m really interested to read The Candy Shop War soon. Mrs.Ulleseit, is this a good book? Do you have it in the classroom or do I have to go to the library?

    1. I think you would really like this one, Aditya. Yes, it’s in the classroom library. Remind me and I’ll find it for you.

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