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The Great Cake Bake

by Helen Ketteman

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This story is funny. A lady who tries to bake these creative cakes but everything goes wrong, illustrations are great but story is average.b ( )
1 vote ambourg7 | Jul 7, 2012 |
Funny story with lovely, photorealistic illustrations. Kids laughed and laughed at all the things that went wrong with the cakes.
  ht_storytime | Jun 30, 2006 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0802789501, Hardcover)

When Mayor Fargenberg announced a cake-baking competition for the town's big Fourth of July celebration, Donna Rae Hadley started thinking. And as all of Danville knew, once Donna Rae got one of her big ideas, anything could happen.

Not just any cake would do for Donna Rae's entry. Of course it needed to taste wonderful. But her cake also needed all the drama of the Boston Tea Party. It needed to showcase patriotism, like the Statue of Liberty. It needed the pizzazz and excitement of Paul Revere's ride.

Even Mayor Fargenberg, who was secretly sweet on Donna Rae, could see a culinary disaster in the making. Bring your fork and your appetite to this spirited holiday bake-off, but don't forget your napkin. The cake will be flying.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:20:23 -0400)

When her town hosts a Fourth of July cake competition, Donna Rae tries to bake the best cake ever, but with every patriotic confection she makes, something goes wrong.

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