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Another brilliant baking adventure that combines a great story featuring top cookie maker Flossie Crums with some fabulous cookie recipes, each one easy enough for children to do on their own with limited parental supervision. The art of baking has never been so much fun and coupled with the story of Flossie, it will provide hours of entertainment. There are two other books in the series, which just like this one have great stories and are also full of some terrific cupcake recipes.
Flossie Crums is back with more fantastically tasty new recipes for children to make! A special marketing promotion will see Flossie Crums appearing on over 3 million packets of McDougalls flour beginning in 2010. A fun-filled picture story book with fantastic cookie recipies. Great baking activities for parents and children to do together with clear instructions and beautiful photographs of the finished cookies. A story brimming with imagination and wonderful characters. Having saved the day with her delicious cupcakes in The Fairies Cupcake Ball, Flossie Crums and her brother Billie have now been asked to bake cookies to celebrate the arrival of a new fairy - the baby of the king and queen of Romolia! ...but can they do it in time? And what are the pesky imps up to?
Publication date: 20/10/2011
Publisher: Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Anova Books
|Publication date:||20th October 2011|
|Publisher:||Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Anova Books|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Genres:||Cooking / Food|
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.More About Helen Nathan