Four children have been chosen to compete in a national competition to find the tastiest confection in the country. Who will invent a candy more delicious than the Oozing Crunchorama or the Neon Lightning Chew? Logan, the Candymaker's son, who can detect the color of chocolate by touch alone?... read more
The Candymakers is about four kids who live in the small town Springhaven, that enter a essay in a national candy making contest. The first contender is Logan, the candymaker's son. He is a shy, grateful child who has scars down his face and arms from an incident when he was a child. The next... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
The Candymakers is about four kids who live in the small town Springhaven, that enter a essay in a national candy making contest. The first contender is Logan, the candymaker's son. He is a shy, grateful child who has scars down his face and arms from an incident when he was a child. The next contestant is Miles, who is very smart and knows a bunch about the afterlife. He is also supposedly allergic to rowboats and the color pink. The 3rd contender is Daisy, a cheerful girl who can lift 50 pounds of taffy as if it is a feather. She is courageous girl with a bit of a secret. Last but not least is Phillip Ransford III, who is a kid that wears suits and ties all day, every day. He carries around a secret notebook that he writes in and nobody knows what it contains. These 4 kids become closer and closer as they come nearer to the competition. In the end they all become friends and work together to win the competition.
“"I figure when my number's up, my number's up. If you enjoy your life while you have it, then it doesn't matter how long you have it for."”Logan Sweet
“"Sometimes things can be right in front of you and you don't see them. Then suddenly you do."”Miles O'leary
“Well, if you enjoy life while you have it, then it doesn’t matter how long you have it for. No one knows how long they get to live. It’s like a deal you make when you’re born, you know, to accept what happens to you.”Highlighted by 162 Kindle customers
If nothing ever changed, there’d be no such things as butterflies.Highlighted by 143 Kindle customers
The thing about leaving something behind for the very last time is that you rarely realize you’re doing it.Highlighted by 129 Kindle customers
“You never know what you’ll learn when you open one. And if it’s a story, you sort of fall into it. Then you live there for a while, instead of, you know, living here.”Highlighted by 106 Kindle customers
Sometimes things can be right in front of you and you don’t see them. Then suddenly you do.”Highlighted by 98 Kindle customers
‘Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.’ ”Highlighted by 94 Kindle customers
Some people have scars on the inside, and other people’s are on the outside. It shouldn’t matter.”Highlighted by 57 Kindle customers
Not even ten minutes had passed before Miles sat bolt upright and shouted, “Harmonicandy!” Logan smiled in the dark. Perfect.Highlighted by 46 Kindle customers
“You might not want to leave them out there much longer,” Logan’s mom said. “Looks like things are heating—” Logan was halfway out the door before she finished her sentence.Highlighted by 34 Kindle customers
He could run and chew and still determine every ingredient of what he was eating. In the case of the breakfast bar: beets, barley, oats, molasses, licorice root, pine nuts, cinnamon, and a dash of salt.Highlighted by 28 Kindle customers
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