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“Clever plot twists and genuinely endearing main characters. The ending will leave readers satisfied, but possibly craving cupcakes.” (School Library Journal)
“Jeremy and Slater are likable bumblers, and the situations they find themselves in are campy fun. Readers who enjoy over-the-top silliness that settles into credible camaraderie will appreciate the plot arc here. ” (Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books)
“Hats (and tams) off to Jeremy Bender for a belly-laugh not even the densest cupcakes could hold down!” (Gordon Korman, bestselling author of The 39 Clues: One False Note and Pop)
“This book has it all: a laugh on each page, outrageous plot, snappy dialogue, mega-wedgies, and of course, cupcakes. Perfect for boys and girls. ” (Julia DeVillers, author of How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller (now the Disney Channel Original Movie Read It and Weep)Julia DeVillers, author of How My Private, Personal Journal Became a Bestseller (now the Disney Channel Original Mo)
"Come on," Jeremy said. "If people figure out we're not really girls, we have one moment of total embarrassment. It'll be no worse than what Paul Vogler puts us through every day."
"It's totally worse," Slater said.
Jeremy went on. "Just the other day you were wishing for some way to change your looks so Paul wouldn't recognize you."
"It's one thing to change my looks," Slater said. "It's another to change my looks to a girl!"
"But if we can pull this off..."
Slater ran a hand through his long floppy-in-the-front skater hair. "You talk about this like it'd be a cakewalk."
"No," Jeremy said. "It'd be a cupcake walk."
My son, nine years old, enjoyed this book and read through it pretty quickly. It also earned him a lot of points (6) for his school's AR testing. He recommends it!Published 11 months ago by FLmomOF2
What happens when two middle school guys disguise themselves as girls so they can infiltrate the Cupcake Cadets and compete in the all-girls group's annual sailboat race? Read morePublished on June 1, 2011 by L. K. Messner