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Bake and Make Amazing Cakes

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Cakes -- especially homemade ones -- make any celebration special! This book is filled with 19 easy-to-do cake designs and decorating tips simple enough for kids to try on their own. Decorating with candies, cookies and other goodies means that no fancy pastry bags or labor-intensive parental supervision is required. The illustrated step-by-step instructions, full-color ph ...more
Paperback, 40 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Kids Can Press
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Mary Ann
With easy to follow, illustrated instructions, this book is perfect for kids to be involved in creating their own special cakes. My children are always pouring over picture books with elaborately decorated cakes which we could never actually make, and this book was just the answer for us. Here are 19 creations that we can actually do! Each project starts with a basic round or rectangular cake, which you then cut into simple shapes to assemble and frost. MacLeod includes designs that will appeal ...more
This book wasn't exceptional. There are better books out there with more beautiful creations. I need to look at this one again though since it is for kids. Maybe it would inspire my daughter.
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Elizabeth MacLeod was born on October 21 in Toronto. As a child Liz liked to read Nancy Drew and Anne of Green Gables books, swim, sing, dance, and hang out with her friends. Encouraged by her parents, she began writing stories and poetry for her own enjoyment at the age of 10, her favorite subjects being mad scientists and tyrants who threatened to take over the world.

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