Flossie Crums: The Fairies Cupcake Ball  by Helen Nathan

Flossie Crums: The Fairies Cupcake Ball

Written by Helen Nathan

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This is not just a wonderful story of Flossie Crums the Fairy, this is also a wonderful baking adventure too. Simple mouth-watering recipes are woven into the story so that parents and children together can have fun baking alongside the wonderful Flossie. There’s even a few safety hints for the kitchen too.

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Flossie Crums: The Fairies Cupcake Ball by Helen Nathan

Flossie Crums is a bit messy, loves dressing up and sometimes finds her brother very annoying. She loves to bake and to play with the fairies that live in her garden (their kingdom is in a big chestnut tree). One magical day, Flossie is invited to make fairy cakes for Fairy Queen Rosie's big birthday celebrations. With so much baking to do how will she ever get them made in time? And will they be good enough to bring a smile to Queen Rosie's face?

About the Author

Helen Nathan

Encouraged by her mother to bake from a very early age, Helen Nathan is dedicated to inspiring an interest in baking amongst children. Now a mother of three daughters herself, she firmly believes ready-to-roll icing is the greatest invention since Playdough and tastes SO much better and that edible glitter really is the icing on the cake. Helen has worked in professional kitchens and also runs her own cookery school. She is the author of the Flossie Crums series.

Click here to find more recipes on the Flossie Crums blog.

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56 pages


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Pavilion Children's Books

Publication date

20th October 2011




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