The Chocolate Touch - Chapters 7-8 Summary & Analysis

Patrick Skene Catling
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Chapter 7 – As the period for art ends, Miss Plimsole announces it is time for lunch. The children rush to the cafeteria, but John is not looking forward to it. He is jealous of a boy he sees drinking cold, refreshing milk, and some girls eating cherries. At the lunch line, John wonders aloud if he doesn’t allow the food to touch his lips, it might not turn into chocolate. A boy overhears him, and hopes it is the day the lunch ladies serve chocolate cream pie for dessert, and thinking of chocolate makes John’s stomach queasy. John chooses a meal for lunch that his mother would be proud of, with everything from chicken to fresh fruit. He eats carefully, trying to avoid touching his lips –but still the food and drink turn to chocolate. Even the glass he drinks out of...

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