Book Summary of Cake Girl
In this magical new fairy tale, the Witch is alone AGAIN on her birthday, so she bakes a Cake Girl to sing, dance, and do all the housework for her. The Witch tells Cake Girl she is going to EAT her, but Cake Girl turns the tables on her captor and shows her instead how it is possible and even fun to be a nice person. The finale is a cornucopia of magic tricks and laughter, and is the best birthday either of them has ever had.
About the Author
David Lucas studied illustration at the Royal College of Art. His books have been translated into seven languages.
Details of Book: Cake Girl (BSID:14941)
|Publisher||Random House Uk|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Dimensions||10.87 x 9.09 x 0.31 inches|
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My kind of Halloween book: sweet and a bit funny, but not really scary.This would make a great birthday gift, because in the story, it is the witchâ??s birthday.This would make a great book to discuss bullying, or friendship, because the witch is a bully, and friendless, until she learns a bit of a...
Told with fantastic illustrations, a wicked green-faced witch bakes herself a girl made of cake to be a companion on her lonely birthday. The cake girl sings and dances at the witch's request. She makes the witch laugh and is ordered to clean her house. Things are going smoothly if not a bit mela...
A witch is lonely on her birthday, so she makes a girl out of cake. Although she is very mean to the cake girl, she is surprised not to be liked by her. There follows a conversation about what it means to be nice to someone (maybe..don't eat me?), and a friendship develops.My five year old loved...
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