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The Sucker's Guide A Journey into the Soft Centre of the Sweet Shop

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We all love to munch on a sweet and everyone has their personal favourite. What's yours? This book takes you on a journey round the glass jars and polished brass weighing scales of the traditional sweet shop. Each sweet profile includes a colour photograph and specifications including: sweet dimensions; texture rating; and hero-to-zero rating.
Hardcover, 128 pages
Published October 6th 2008 by Summersdale Publishers Ltd
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Gerry
Mar 16, 2011 Gerry rated it it was amazing
The delightful cover, as well as the interesting title, first attracted me to this book and I was not disappointed.

What a brilliant, and informative, read that is full of nostalgia for long-gone (for me anyway) schooldays and visits to the tuck shop - ours was run by a lady called Jennie and it was always a delight to go in and browse before buying, more often than not, one of the delicacies discussed in this very readable and amusing book.

Interesting to note that Liquorice Allsorts came about b
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