Bliss by Kathryn Littlewood
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Rosemary Bliss's family has a secret. It's the Bliss Cookery Bookean ancient, leather-bound volume of enchanted recipes like Stone Sleep Snickerdoodles and Singing Gingersnaps. Rose and her siblings are supposed to keep the Cookery Booke under lock and whisk-shaped key while their parents are out of town, but then a mysterious stranger shows up. "Aunt" Lily rides a motorcycle, wears purple sequins, and whips up exotic (but delicious) dishes for dinner. Soon boring, nonmagical recipes feel like life before Aunt Lilya lot less fun.
"Littlewood's first novel mixes the sincere and the silly with entertaining results." - Publishers Weekly
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Kathryn Littlewood Author Biography
Kathryn Littlewood is a writer, actress, comedienne, and bon vivant who lives in New York City, works often in Los Angeles, and has a sweet tooth for pain au chocolat and sweet novels for middle-grade readers, namely the Bliss series.
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