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Meet Jeff Stone, author of Phoenix

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Meika Hashimoto is a writer and editor of children’s books. Her books include The Magic Cake Shop, A Tale of Two Gardens, the Toy Story book I Am Sheriff Woody, and the Barbie stories Fashion Fairytale and Glimmer, Shimmer, and Shine! In addition to her work in children’s books, Hashimoto enjoys baking.


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The Magic Cake Shop
Written by Meika Hashimoto
Illustrated by Josee Masse
Trade Paperback

Emma Burblee couldn't be more different from her parents if she tried. She'd rather dig for treasure in a park than try on the latest fashions or discuss her vain parents' favorite subject: themselves. When Emma mortifies her parents at a dinner party, her punishment is immediate. She must spend the... Read More
 





The Magic Cake Shop
Written by Meika Hashimoto
Illustrated by Josee Masse
eBook

Emma Burblee couldn't be more different from her parents if she tried. She'd rather dig for treasure in a park than try on the latest fashions or discuss her vain parents' favorite subject: themselves. When Emma mortifies her parents at a dinner party, her punishment is immediate. She must spend the... Read More
 

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