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Cupid Cakes (Lulu Baker #2)

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Lulu Baker is back, and so is the dreaded Varaminta le Bone, Dad's evil ex who just won't give up. Now she has worked out Lulu's secret - her magical cookbook. Lulu is quick to act and cooks up some cupid cakes to make sure Dad falls in love with someone she approves of. But things don't go to plan.
Published September 1st 2006 by Orchard (NY) (first published April 7th 2005)
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Alannah Clarke
I have absolutely no idea where I found this book, when I was cleaning out my bookcase the other week. I had found it stashed behind my Harry Potter and my Twilight novels, so I thought I would read it and give it a go.

Cupid Cakes is the second book of the Lulu Baker series (although you don't really need to read the first book) already been adapted into a CBBC series, although I am not sure when this happened. Honestly there wasn't much to the book as the main character Lulu's best friend Frenc
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May 18, 2013 Charlotte rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Teenage girls
Recommended to Charlotte by: Library
Shelves: teenage-books
I don't really remember a huge amount about the book from when I last read it, but I read it till the end so I must have enjoyed it!
The second book after The Truth Cookie.
i found it once more to be a great read,cute and sweet. very enjoyable!
Carly Shaffer
This book is hysterical!! It is really cute, and I love the trilogy.
I'm a bit old for it now, but it was good at the time :)
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Fiona Dunbar is a British author. She was born in 1961 in Hemel Hempstead and as well as being a writer, she is also an illustrator and a graphic artist. She has written and sometimes illustrated books such as the Silk Sisters trilogies and Toon-Head. Her books, The Lulu Baker trilogies, have also been adapted to become a children's TV series called Jinx.

She now lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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