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Sprinkles and Secrets by Lisa Schroeder
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Sep 26, 11

bookshelves: youth-children, youth, friendship, coming-of-age, childrens-youth
Read from September 18 to 26, 2011

Sophie and Isabel are best friends, but they each have their own passion. Sophie's passion lies in acting; Isabel, baking.

Sophie has been offered an opportunity of a lifetime - to star in a national commercial. The company she would represent happens to be the rival to Isabel's family cupcake shop.

Sophie cannot bring herself to tell her best friend, but can she bring herself to give up such an opportunity? Can their friendship survive the big secret?

Sophie's character is well-developed and interesting. The plot is nicely paced, and there are several heart-warming and giggle-worthy moments that kept me turning the page, wanting more.

Reminiscent of Beverly Cleary, this novel brings wholesome storytelling to a modern audience. Schroeder has hit it out of the park in this follow-up novel.
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Reading Progress

09/19/2011 page 12
6.0% "super cute! so want a cupcake"
09/25/2011 page 28
13.0% "Hazardous to my waistline; must eat cupcake"
09/26/2011 page 180
87.0% "Loving this sequel"

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