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April 20, 2013

Cupcake Club Party Blog Tour! [Review + Giveaway]

Hey everyone! Welcome to The sweetest blog tour ever, The Cupcake Club: Winner Bakes All blog tour! Today Danna will be reviewing the book as well as starting a giveaway for this awesome book. Be sure to check it out and also enter for a chance to win a copy of your own!
Winner Bakes All

Title: Winner Bakes All (The Cupcake Club #3)
Author: Sherly Berk & Carrie Berk
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication year: March 1, 2013
Genre(s): Young Adult (Contemporary)
Source: Publisher
Format: ARC
Pages: 150

Meet Sadie.

When she's not mixing it up on the basketball court, she's mixing the perfect batter with her friends in the cupcake club. Sadie's definitely no stranger to competition, but the oven mitts are off when the club is chosen to appear on Battle of the Bakers, the ultimate cupcake competition on TV. But the real battle happens off camera when the club's baking business starts losing money. With the clock ticking and the cameras rolling, will the club and their cupcakes rise to the occasion?

New York Times bestselling co-author of Soul Surfer, SHERYL BERK is the founding editor in chief of Life & Style Weekly as well as a contributor to InStyle, Martha Stewart, and other publications. Her ten-year-old daughter, CARRIE, a cupcake connoisseur, cooked up the idea for THE CUPCAKE CLUB series in second grade. Carrie maintains her own cupcake blog, featuring reviews, photos and recipes of her culinary adventures, called Carrie’s Cupcake Critiques.
Cute and a quick read is how I describe The Cupcake Club: Winner Takes All!! Sadie Harris is a 5th grader who is part of a club called The Cupcake Club. Sadie and her 3 friends Kylie Carson, Jenna Medina and Lexi Poole, all started this club a year ago, and now they own a business baking and selling cupcakes to people who need them for parties, holidays and all other reasons to eat a cupcake. But now, Sadie's mom and dad are arguing a lot, the Cupcake Club is running low on money and their most frequent customer has stopped buying cupcakes.  So Sadie and her friends all enter the most epic cupcake competition, Battle Of The Bakers. Can Sadie and her friends win the competition, and save the Cupcake Club?

This book is an adorably cute and quick read. Sadie is a sporty, math-hating girl, and I can relate to her. I can also relate to Kylie because she doesn't give up easily. Very artsy kids can relate to Lexi, the cupcake decorator and kids with good taste in food can relate to Jenna. A third-person realistic fiction book, the Cupcake Club is a real good book.

Nothing in this book annoyed me. It was a good book through and through. The Cupcake Club were really enjoyable throughout the whole thing. I loved the ending, It was really cute. Even though the story didn't go as you would except, it still had a happy ending and everything worked out perfectly. This is great, because you grow to love Sadie as the book goes on.

The writing style was fantastic. It had a smooth flow and was well written and easy to understand and relate to. I recommend this book for kids from 9-12, because of the thickness and the plot, which is very easy to follow. Any kid who's parents are fighting regularly will be able to relate to Sadie and her bickering parents. This book might inspire kids to make their own Cupcake Club. Overall, The Cupcake Club was a real sweet treat to read.

Here are the books already released from The Cupcake Club series!
Sourcebooks were kind enough to provide for a giveaway of The Cupcake Club: Winner Takes All to one lucky US/CA winner! Be sure to fill out the rafflecopter below because this is one sweet book you don't want to miss out on! 
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  1. This series looks adorable! The baby bettys are growing fast and though not quite ready for these books, I'm starting to explore books for this age range so that I'll be ready when the time comes!! Great review... definitely a nice break for me to read about something that isn't YA! :)

  2. What an adorable cover. It sounds like such a cute book too. Definitely something my daughter would enjoy. Thank you for sharing it. Great review.

    Jenea @ Books Live Forever

  3. Ooh, this sounds so adorable! And the cupcakes, I'd probably drool the entire time reading this especially if how the cupcakes are made described. Haha. i'm not really into middle grade books but I might go pick this up if I ever get in the mood. Thanks for the lovely review, Danna. :)

    Eunice @ Book Overdose

  4. Sounds like a really cute read, Danna. Like those food wars shows but for little kids! I read another review for this on another blog and they said this made them crave cupcakes while reading, lol. Great review. :)

  5. Awww - this series sounds like it could be the next babysitters club. My daughter is only 4 y.o. right now, but I may pick these up and hold on to them for her in a few years. Thanks for sharing!

    Meagan @ Reviewing Wonderland

  6. This book is so cute! Will probably check it out if I'm in the mood for middle grade books.

    Little Book Star

  7. This series, and the covers for it, are so, so sweet!

  8. This definitely sounds adorable! It probably isn't my sort of middle grade read, but I'm glad to hear you had fun with it and that nothing annoyed you in the end. Great review. :)

  9. I've not heard of these books, but I really like the covers :)

    Janina @ Synchonized Reading

  10. This looks like the PERFECT series for my daughter! Thanks for sharing!

  11. This entire series would be great to add to my classroom library. Thanks for the opportunity to get our collection started!

  12. This sounds super cute :) I love reading middle grade books from time to time, and this definitely sounds like one worth checking out. Great review!

  13. This series sounds so cute!! I think it would be great to read to my daughter.