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The really rotten princess and the cupcake catastrophe
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9781442489738

9781442489745
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First edition.
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1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 cm
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"The princesses at Miss Prunerot's school are planning a bake sale featuring Regina's special cupcakes. Regina can't resist the temptation to live up to her nickname and do something really rotten to ruin everything"--
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When she has the chance to ruin a bake sale, Princess Regina is anything but sweet in this Level 2 Ready-to-Read story.

The princesses at Miss Prunerot's school are planning a bake sale featuring Regina's special cupcakes. But when Regina finds out the bake sale will take place at a wizard's convention, she can't resist the temptation to live up to her nickname and do something really rotten to ruin everything!


Author Notes

Lady Cecily Snodgrass has traveled to royal courts throughout Europe in a continuing quest for high-paying positions with absolutely no obligations or responsibilities. She is now taking her keen observations of the nobility and their atrocious child-rearing abilities and only thinly disguising them in her tales of the Really Rotten Princess. In her spare time she enjoys collecting the gold and silver dinnerware of her hosts.

Mike Lester is a children's book writer, illustrator, cartoonist, and animator. His work has been recognized by notable publications such as the New York Times . A father of two, he lives with his wife, Regan, and their dog and cat in a castle with a moat full of unicorns.


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Horn Book Review

Regina is enjoying princess school now that everyone knows she's rotten. In this outing, the princesses need to learn how to bake (to land princes), and Regina's cupcakes are surprisingly perfect. But when the princesses sell the cupcakes at a wizards' convention, Regina adds a special ingredient to prove she's truly rotten. An accessible, silly twist on the typical princess story. (c) Copyright 2014. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.