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Steve and Phil were founder members of the TV Cream nostalgia website and have written several books on popular culture.
A super-sweet guide to all your favourite sweets from years gone by. A History of Sweets in 50 Wrappers is a colourful and comical history of sweets and chocolates. If you ever dreamt of being the Milkybar Kid, if you remember when Snickers were Marathons and Double Deckers had raisins in them, if you ever checked the colour of your next Fruit Pastille before offering it out, this book is for you. It will lead you down memory lane until you reach the corner shop and load up a 10p mix-up bag. Fully illustrated, with hundreds of classic wrappers and adverts, A History of Sweets in 50 Wrappers is packed full of memories, fun facts, historical research ...and lots and lots of sweets!
A tasty trip down memory lane, perfect for crisp fanatics.A colourful, witty and irreverent encyclopedia of all the crisps of your youth.The authors have been given access to the archives, factories and warehouses of some of the leading crisp manufacturers in the country and have delivered a book that is packed full of fascinating historical research...... and lots and lots of crisps.A 'Brief History of Crisps' originally featured in 'The Great British Tuck Shop', the ultimate book of sweetie nostalgia.
An illustrated guide to chocolate that every self-respecting chocoholic should read.Do you remember when a Snickers was a Marathon? And when you could burst in to a sweet shop and ask for 'an Oliver Twist, two Tiffins and a Big Wig, please!' and keep a straight face? Those were the good days: when a Dairy Milk bar was 22p and you'd never seen anything as big as a Wagon Wheel.Revisit some of your forgotten favourites and current addictions, as Steve Berry and Phil Norman take you on a tour of cocoa's finest moments. Fully illustrated with hundreds of wrappers, ads and pack shots, 'A Brief History of Chocolate' brings together research from the archives, factories and warehouses of some of the leading chocolate manufacturers in the country to create a book that is packed full of fascinating historical research...... and lots and lots of chocolate.Warning: may contain nutsA 'Brief History of Chocolate' originally featured in 'The Great British Tuck Shop', the ultimate book of sweetie nostalgia.