Top Ten Tuesdays is a meme hosted by the Broke and the Bookish. This week check out our recommendations for lovers of dessert and all things sweet!
Absolutely Almost by Lisa Graff: Albie wants to impress his parents, but he’s not very good at anything. In his words, he’s just a kid who likes doughnuts.
- A Snicker of Magic by Natalie Lloyd: Midnight Gulch used to be a place of magic. Now it’s just a place that Felicity hopes to call home. But is it true that the local ice cream might still be a bit magical?
- A Tangle of Knots by Lisa Graff: In Cady’s world, everyone has a Talent for something. Hers allows her to match a person with the perfect cake. But can she match herself with a new father?
- Bliss by Kathryn Littlewood: Rosemary’s family has a secret cookbook featuring magical recipes. But when Rosemary and her siblings secretly try out a few, things don’t go exactly as planned.
- The Candymakers by Wendy Mass: Four children enter a competition to make the tastiest candy.
- Anne of Green Gables by L. M. Montgomery: Anne Shirley just wants to bake a cake to impress the new minister and his wife. But when Anne is involved, nothing ever seems to turn out right.
- Pie by Sarah Weeks: When Alice’s aunt dies, she leaves the recipe for her famous pie crust to her cat Lardo–and leaves Lardo to Alice. Can Alice discover the secret to the recipe?
- The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders: When Lily and Ox inherit their great-great uncles’ famous chocolate shop, they find themselves facing down villains who want the recipes for the magic chocolates.
- Drizzle by Kathleen Van Cleve: Polly leaves on a magic rhubarb farm where the rhubarb tastes like chocolate her best friend is a talking rhubarb plant. But if it doesn’t rain soon, her family will lose the farm.
- All Four Stars by Tara Dairman: Unknown to her parents, eleven-year-old Gladys Gatsby can cook gourmet meals. Then one day she receive an offer to review a restaurant. Can she sneak into NYC by herself?