Top Ten Tuesday (128): Books Every Dessert-Lover Should Read

  1. TTT starsTop 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.

  2. 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?
  3. 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?
  4. 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.
  5. The Candymakers by Wendy Mass: Four children enter a competition to make the tastiest candy.
  6. 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.
  7. 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?
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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?

24 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday (128): Books Every Dessert-Lover Should Read

  1. Diana says:

    Great list, quite creative too. I haven’t seen any other blogger with a similar topic 🙂 My list was about memoirs.


  2. Rissi says:

    This is such a unique and fun topic, Krysta! Thanks so much for putting it together. I do hear Natalie’s book is amazing, and of course, “Anne” is a classic. 🙂

    Thanks so much for visiting Finding Wonderland. You’re welcome anytime. 🙂


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