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Confectionately Yours #4: Something New

Open Preview See a Problem? I just finished this book and I’m pretty sure that it’s the last book because I haven’t herd of any other ones and it all ended happily. Mia Fashion Plates and Cupcakes. Haley needs to solve her problems and they all turned out alright without hurting feelings. It was a wonderful ending to the series, but I am a little unsatisfied. Finally, she fi Seventh grader Hayley Hicks loves making cupcakes–the book even contains some recipes–but this year seems filled with uncertainty.

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It was funny, interesting, and sometimes relatable. The book has it’s own confectiknately, a tbs of doubt, a pinch of romance, cupcakes and much more.

Her best friend Magen forces her to run for class president. This book has lots of characters that you can connect to, making it enjoyable to read. The School for Good and Evil. Iridessa, Lost at Sea. Seventh grader Hayley Hicks loves making cupcakes–the book even contains some recipes–but this year seems filled with uncertainty.

They were just average kids, and unlike the protagonists of many other books, they weren’t particularly “special”. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Confectionately Yours #4: Something New

I would tell everybody to read this book, and read the rest of the book in the series, I strongly think you should read this book even if it is easy. How to write a great review. Read to find out. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Sep 26, Madelyn rated it it was ok. Published July 30th by Scholastic Paperbacks first published May 1st It shows yyours does happen to most people in middle school and th you either find real friends or make up but being not as close to your old friends.

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I like this book because I have been readin This book is about a Seventh grader named Hayley. I’ll sign up later. She’s trying to make a cake, she might go to a new school, or at least thats what her dad wants.

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Something New (Confectionately Yours, #4) by Lisa Papademetriou

In this series View all. How will it be used? Upper Elementary and Middle School Kids. Feb 11, Ally Healy rated it it was amazing. We’ve sent a message so you can pick a new password. Are you sure you want to exit?

Paperbackpages. They’re only in 7th grade, after all. See if you have enough points for this item. Other than that, it just seems like the same old storyline. This is a great book, definitely worth reading over.