When opening the Sugar and Spice Bakery, an old deam has come true for Hannah’s mother. Together with her new dad Mark and his little daughters Ella and Molly, Hannah and her mum have moved into a new house at the beginning of the holidays. Finally, Hannah has a real family, but moving to a new place means attending a new school and finding new friends there.
As Hannah likes cooking and baking just like her mother, these activities distract her from worrying about this situation. But getting quickly used to her new life, is not always easy for Hannah. Fortunately, she finds new friends in a little while! When business is running low, Hannah sketches posters, which she wants to distribute on the farmers‘ market together with her new friends. However, just on this very day, things work differently than expected by Hannah. But what does she have friends for?
This book is suitable for readers aged 9 and 12.
Linda Chapman is the million-copy-selling author of such series as My Secret Unicorn, Stardust, Skating School, Not Quite a Mermaid and Loving Spirit. Linda lives in Leicestershire with her husband, two daughters and their three Dogs.
Kate Hindley is a children’s book illustrator living and working in Birmingham, UK. Her first picture book illustrations appeared in The Great Snortle Hunt.