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That's The Way The Cookie Crumbles (The Amazing Days of Abby Hayes #16)

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Abby's always been one of the good kids...till now.

When Abby throws together a batch of cookies for a meeting at school, she has no clue that she's just made Hayes history. For the first time in her life, it seems, Abby's done something perfect--perfect!--on the first try! Everyone loves her cookies. Everyone wants more of them! And that gives Abby a great idea... If she c
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Paperback, 128 pages
Published November 1st 2005 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Zha Rayner
Aug 05, 2014 Zha Rayner rated it it was amazing
Abby is in a club at school and she brings cookies for snacks first they are awful and then her friend tries it and they are amazing.People start offering money for her cookies and she wants to go to this college workshop and needs money.A teacher tells her not to sell it in school so she sells it outside then the principal busts her.Now she has a week of detention.But now she quits selling and she has most of her money her parents pinch in the rest.
Sandra
Oct 29, 2014 Sandra rated it it was ok
I hated this book. Not only is it totally unrealistic for SIXTH GRADERS to care this much about boys and clothes, but it is also really materialistic. I loved the previous books. But this? Nah.
Lily
Apr 01, 2009 Lily added it
I learned that you should not do things without permission. If you want to do something, like how Abby wanted to sell cookies without permission. I think Abby should have asked the principal if she can sell it. So she didnt have to go to detention. If they say no, maybe Abby can sell it somewhere else.
Rebecca
Jan 09, 2010 Rebecca rated it liked it
This is a funny book for girls who are 7 to 10 about a girl who goes to school and crazy things happen to her.
MizzSkittlez12
Jul 28, 2010 MizzSkittlez12 rated it it was amazing
i learned that if u make something good you are going to want more then its a good book
s o n n a
Jul 10, 2009 s o n n a rated it liked it
Shelves: short-and-sweet
ohhhhhhhhhhh.. shes in trouble!!! i wish i could bake that good!!
Rebekka
Dec 30, 2009 Rebekka rated it liked it
Shelves: abby
I think that Abby is going to be good again .
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Jan 26, 2008 Salsabila rated it really liked it
When I read this book, I had fun.
Lauren Tong
Jul 07, 2010 Lauren Tong rated it really liked it
Great book
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This one is funny!
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Yummy!
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