The Chocolate Touch - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Patrick Skene Catling
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Chapter 4 – One of John’s bad habits is chewing on things when he thinks. He wonders why everything – from toothpaste to breakfast – has tasted like chocolate. As he thinks, he chews on his old leather gloves, only to have them turn into chocolate. He eats his glove. Spider Wilson, a bully one grade up from John, sees him, and begins to make fun of him. John shows Spider the glove, and Spider demands it from him. John gives it up and goes to school. Spider begins to eat the glove, but it tastes like leather, and he spits it out angrily. At school, Susan shows John a silver dollar given to her from her parents for her birthday. John asks her whether or not it is an actual coin, or a chocolate-wrapped coin. Susan insists John bite the coin to see for himself...

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