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review 2022-12-26 04:46
Cookie Busters! - M.F. Smith

ChiChi invites her friends over for dinner but had no time to make dessert. Teddy Bear wants dessert. Bunny does too. They see the cookie jar on a high shelf across the kitchen. Teddy devises a plan and they're off on their cookie hunt. Will they suceed?


This is adorable. It's more for early readers as there are more words and few pictures but your older toddlers might sit for it. It is exciting as the stuffed animals come up with and execute Teddy's plan to get the cookies. He also has learned by watching Mum how to get the cookies. This is a fun read with more story than most children's books.

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quote 2021-09-10 07:05
“There’s only one thing I know—have always known—that I wanted out of life. And it’s you.”
Adorkable - Cookie O'Gorman

― Cookie O'Gorman, Adorkable

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review 2021-02-02 15:20
Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder by Joanne Fluke
Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder - Joanne Fluke
I love culinary mysteries!
This was a good story with solid characters. The protagonist, Hannah, is a likable lady with a good head on her shoulders. I like the dynamics with her and the other characters. You know right off the hop that she is a no-nonsense kind of girl though. She gets wrapped up in something that I often wondered why she was involved. Why didn't the Sherriff tell her to butt out... impeding investigation and all that stuff? That frustrated me a little. There is no cop on Earth that will let a baker, sorry, cookie baker get involved and investigate a murder. 
But I digress....
I still liked the whodunnit. 
I also really liked the recipes. I even baked the Regency Ginger Crisps. They are amazing, F.Y.I!!
I look forward to continuing on with the series, and seeing what Hannah gets herself into next!
Source: www.fredasvoice.com/2021/02/chocolate-chip-cookie-murder-by-joanne.html
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review 2020-06-24 07:18
Adorkable by Cookie O'Gorman
Adorkable - Cookie O'Gorman

Hello there fellow readers! I apologize for my leave of absence, I assumed I'd post MORE during quarantine rather than leaving a dry streak. This past weekend I read Adorkable by O'Gorman and the title is ever so accurate for my feelings about this novel. The characters were so cute and flawlessly written, with irresistible names! - C'mon, Sally Sue Spitz and Baldwin Eugene Charles "Becks" Kent? Best friends since ever! Simply charming. I also loved the clever word play through BFF characterization - the matchmaking best friend with the last name/nickname of "Hooker"- who's teamed up with Sally's mother the wedding planner to send Sally on countless blind dates with the hopes of finding her the man of her dreams.   


I really enjoyed the plot of this novel, it created a wholesome type of suspenseful reading experience, and had me jumping for joy and pausing in frustration at all the right moments. I'm a sucker for everything this book brought - best friends turned lovers, fake relationship into real relationship, nerd girl and jock guy, WOO my heart! Loved it. I think my favorite part about the way that O'Gorman created her own unique ending to this common story plot is how the love confession was played out very uniquely to the characters and wasn't super textbook cheesy. There was a bit of this present, but it definitely didn't hurt ;) And ok I loved it. 


Now, there were a few minor details that I would change about 'Adorkable', the first of which is how the title isn't incorporated into the story itself. While this can be common among YA novels, I think it would've really added to the story if the phrase "Adorkable" was something that Becks said in reference to Sally, as possibly a fond connection or inside joke between the two. Other than that, I'd maybe include a German to English translation reference in the back? It's equally tiring to either pretend I can read German, or copy the entire statement into Google translate to help a girl out. Besides these, the book was a total home run, I've already recommended it to some fellow book lovers, and it's very deserving of a 5 star rating. 


Ps. A little comment - the version I read was from Target, and included some bonus content that made my book worm heart so happy!! Poems that young Becks wrote to Sally, an excursion of the ending from his point of view, and even an Adorkable Book Playlist! I was in love. Cookie O'Gorman, wherever you are, you're doing awesome. Keep it up :) 

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text 2020-06-17 13:22
Custom pastry boxes with tempting effect


Pastries are mouth-watering but it doesn’t mean they should be placed in the bakery open to attract the customers. People are conscious about their health and they don’t invest money on the eatables that they find unhygienic. The pastries openly placed in the bakery are not clean as they look because it is impossible to avoid the dust to settle on them. So, it is necessary to encase them with the high-quality packaging. Now you are wondering how to promote the product and show it to the customers? It’s easy as the custom pastry boxes which come with the window pane display the hard work of the baker and adds a tempting effect to it. Let’s see other techniques to make the already delicious looking pastry tempting after it is housed in the pastry box:






Transparent window on custom pastry boxes:

Transparent window on the box is the simplest way to cover the foodstuff while showing it the prospect to convince for buying. Pastries are baked wholeheartedly and they are served with the rainbow color icing which is loved by the adults as well as the kids. OXO packaging offers the custom pastry boxes with window pane to house the pastry in a way that the deliciousness is visible. The experts give suggestions to the bakery owners when it comes to select the packaging option.

Amazing unboxing experience of custom pastry boxes:

This features make the product stand out from the crowd and it requires the most attention. People are excited to unbox and eat the foodstuff especially when it is a sweet bakery item so, the exceptional unboxing experience is awesome to make them a regular customer. There is a need to partner with the experienced packaging company to get the boxes crafted with innovative features. OXO Packaging is the most trusted packaging company with experienced staff to produce excellent pastry packaging.

Pastry box packaging filled with hues:

Some pastries come in a single color while others are decorated with multiple colors. So, the packaging requires to be complementing. The pastries with plain color are perfect to be housed in the custom pastry boxes filled with artwork and bright hues to grab the attention of the customers. Those already have a lot of colors in the icing are good to be boxed in the plain single color Custom Cookie Boxes. The experts working in the packaging industry know how to cover the bakery items temptingly and OXO packaging staff is professional with a vast knowledge of the market. The company has assisted a lot of bakery owners in the past to offer the bakery products in an innovative way to stay ahead of the competition.

Creatively crafted pastry boxes in outclass shape:

Shape of the custom pastry boxes matters a lot when the outlook requires to be impressive. The bakery items are usually boxed in the square or rectangle packaging, so it is boring for the customers. Innovation is the best way to attract the eyes of the prospects and offer them pastries. Housing the pastries in the boxes created in outclass shape are amazing because they improve the sales when they appeal to the customers. OXO Packaging professionals are working in the packaging industry for years which have made them perfect in coming up with the awesome packaging idea. They assist the clients in boosting sales through pastry boxes. The designers have creative minds to think about the innovative shape of the boxes. 


Add tempting effect to custom pastry boxes by contacting the experts at sales@oxopackaging.com or call on 510-500-9533.

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