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Bake Believe (Bake Believe Series Book 1) by Cori Cooper – Review by Torey Foster

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Bake Believe is a story of a young girl who is a little boy crazy and determined to enjoy every second of life. Through a happy accident she comes to find that she has a special ability when she bakes. Not special like her food tastes good, special like magical!
This is a fantastic story for ages from middle school to adult. Not only is the story cute and funny, but the artist has the gift of making you feel like you are part of the story, experiencing it right along with the character.
This book should carry a warning though! Each chapter is followed by a delicious recipe that you will want to try.
I would recommend this book to anyone ages 10 and up! Looking forward to reading the rest if the series

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Bake Believe by Cori Cooper – Review by Kay Stritesky

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was a very cute coming of age story! The characters were lovable and the family dynamic was relatable. Everyone remembers those awkward coming of age years but to add baking that immensely messes with peoples feelings to the mix, who would have thought!
Throughout the story you find yourself wanting to know more background on each characters and longing to understand how each character fits into the story! The author did a great job of keeping the readers attention!
The only complaint is I wish the author would have incorporated the pretzels more that were so important in the beginning!

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Bake Believe by Cori Cooper – Review by Jamie Truex

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is a good preteen book. It starts with Cat’s last day of summer vacation. Cat grew up in a house where no one bakes. At all. Ever. Her mother seems a bit odd and Cat seems to be a bit much. But I love her character and remember being like her at that age. I love that there are recipes in each chapter, which do not skip over them. They are just as good as the rest of the book. I can’t wait to read the next book to find out more!

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Bake Believe (Bake Believe Series Book 1) by Cori Cooper – Review by

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book is pretty good. From the characters who are adorable and funny to how entertaining the author makes baking for kids, teens and adults alike. Cat is so cute with her crush! Very good read that I highly recommend!

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Bake Believe by Cori Cooper – Review by Dahnielle Hibbert

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A pre-teen, young teen reader with a bit of magic, a spunky teen main character and a whole lot of fun!!! I really enjoyed the author’s writing style and wished I had younger kids at home to share these stories with. The recipes are super fun too! Such a great way to get your kids interested in learning to bake. I will be looking forward to book two in this series.

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BAKE BELIEVE (BAKE BELIEVE SERIES BOOK 1) BY CORI COOPER – REVIEW BY CARLIE DEL GALLO

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This has to be one of the first books that I have read by this author and her story was a great read. I could see my friends with children having a blast reading this to their daughters as well as enjoying the book as much as I did! This story is filled with magic that makes it a blast reading. The main character finds out that when she bakes, she can make things happen. This was a wonderful first book and I cannot wait until I read the next book!

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Bake Believe (Bake Believe Series Book 1) by Cori Cooper – Review by Shea Gilkerson

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book was cute, fun, has recipes included, and offers a glimpse of life through a teenagers eyes. Imaginative, fun, and not another dystopian-like-all-the-others YA novel.

All Cat wants is for her last day of summer to be the most epically awesome day EVER. This means getting to the pool early with her best friend/cousin, get the perfect amount of blond in her hair, thanks to lemon juice and sunshine, and boys to flirt with. Everything is going great, and she even meets a NEW cute boy and tries the best soft pretzel she has ever had in her life!

Why can’t Cat get this pretzel out of her head? Now that she thinks about it…why does her mom hate cooking so much? Why don’t they ever have anything that isn’t carry out or delivery? Cat is about to set out on a very interesting journey in learning about magic and her family secret.

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Bake Believe (Bake Believe Series Book 1) by Cori Cooper – Review by La Toya Lewis

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bake Believe by Cori Cooper is such a fun, original book. I sat down with my son and we devoured the first book in the Bake Believe series. Cat is your typical teen. All she wants is a simple, fun last day of summer. She was very relatable to my middle son, who is the same age. The magic infused into the story was so fun and whimsical. We both got a kick out of the recipes included in the story. This is a great book for all ages. With a fun plot and well-written characters, we both greatly enjoyed this book.

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Bake Believe by Cori Cooper-Review by Amanda Kimble

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Bake Believe by Cori Cooper

This isn’t the first book I’ve read by the author. Bake Believe is a cute little book. If you like food with a little magic then this book is for you.

Cat is so used to eating frozen food and it doesn’t bother her. Thats until she goes to the pool with her cousin and sees a high school kid with a pretzel. Now she can’t stand the thought of eating frozen foods. The quote I chose for Cat is: “Yeah, I know. But not really. It’s like an extra one, right? Cause it’s the last day of summer. I’ll be here for the real Friday fun night. Can I, please? Just for a little bit? I want to talk to Robyn about something.”

Robyn is Cat’s cousin and best friend. She is excited that her cousin decides that she wants real food. She can’t wait to see what their future holds. The quote I chose for Robyn is: “Well, I’m glad Tia Bridget doesn’t cook. If that means you will come hang out with us more. I love it when you’re here.”

Highly recommended for Kids & Family lovers.

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Bake Believe by Cori Cooper – Review by Trish Ann

Bake BelieveBake Believe by Cori Cooper
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a cute book. Definitely not something I would normally pick up but I enjoyed it. I thought it was interesting that Cat’s moods while baking were influential of others. This is definitely a good book for middle school age/pre-teen and would recommend it. I also appreciated the recipes!

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