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“It was the summer Rosemary Bliss turned ten that she saw her mother fold a lightning bolt into a bowl of batter and learned – beyond the shadow of a doubt – that her parents made magic in the Bliss Bakery.” – A delicious new novel for girls, the first in a trilogy.

The Bliss family cook book is a closely guarded secret. Centuries old and filled with magical recipes, it has been used for years to keep things running smoothly in the town of Calamity Falls. But when eleven-year-old Rose Bliss and her three siblings are left in charge of the family bakery, one magical mishap follows another until the town is in utter chaos!

Treat yourself to big helping of this hilarious magical adventure.

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  1. Safa, Book Club Review Team
    on 17 April 2012

    8/10 for the amazing idea

    Bliss is a good book but I think it would be suitable for people over 8 or so. My favourite character is Rosemary Bliss because I think she was the one to sort of discover the shop's magic and she didnt stop thinking about it, she kept trying to find the magic in the shop.
    My least favourite character is Ty because all he cares about is Aunt Lily because she's so gorgeous and tall and she has a motorbike but what he doesnt realise is that his sister is trying to tell him something. Overall I think this book is very good for younger readers but not so appealing for teenage readers. My rate would be 8/10 for the amazing idea of having magic in a Bliss Bakery, a small bakery on the edge of town.

    4out of 5

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