Mia in the Mix (Cupcake Diaries)
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At Park Street School, you have the Popular Girls. They even have a Popular Girls Club. But what happens when you aren’t invited to join? Do you start an Unpopular Club? No, you start a Cupcake Club!
This second book from The Cupcake Diaries is told through the perspective of Mia. Like the other members of the club, readers will get a chance to know the new girl in school. Mia has never had a problem making friends before. Her motto is to be open and friendly with everyone. However, not everyone at Park Street school believes in mixing in with different groups of friends. When the Popular Girls Club takes interest in Mia's keen fashion sense and decide to recruit her, Mia has to decide between them and the Cupcake Club members. What's a girl to do?
me, that’s all. I survived three years of their torture at summer camp. It’s hard to get over.” “I don’t think being blond is Sydney’s problem.” I added. “Right. Your hair color has nothing to do with your personality,” said blond-haired Emma. “All right, all right, I’ll drop it,” Alexis said. “Isn’t it time to frost these cupcakes now?” We started putting the vanilla cinnamon frosting on the cupcakes. We spread the frosting on with a special knife Mrs. Brown uses. It makes the icing look
quickly followed me backstage. I helped Mom with the rest of the models, and a few minutes later Ernie came back. “You’re all set, Ms. Vélaz,” he told Mom. Mom turned to me. “Deep breath,” she said, and we both took a deep breath at once. “Okay. I’m on.” Mom stepped out onto the stage and the noisy crowd quieted down. I walked to the end of the curtain and quietly slipped through so I could watch. “Thank you so much for coming, everyone!” she said. “I’m Sara Vélaz, and today you’re going to
alternate with the milk. Mix until there are no lumps in the batter. Evenly fill the cupcake tins with the batter and bake for about 18 to 20 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into the center of a cupcake comes out clean. Remove from oven and place on a wire rack to cool completely before frosting. FROSTING: In a medium bowl mix the butter with an electric mixer until it looks fluffy. Add in some of the sugar, alternating with the milk and vanilla until it is all blended. Add food coloring
very mysterious,” Eddie said in a fake mysterious voice. Then he made spooky noises. “Oooh, whooo . . .” Eddie is always trying to make me laugh. Sometimes I do, but it’s not easy. His jokes can be pretty awful at times. “Just let me know when it’s time to set the table,” I told him. I walked up the stairs to my room, and Milkshake and Tiki followed me. Before Mom and I moved in with Eddie and Dan, the room was supposed to be a guest room, but it was mostly filled with boxes of stuff that Dan
is this twisted flowery iron, and my bedspread and pillows have a cool black-and-white pattern on them. I have a really pretty white vanity where I can keep all my hair stuff, and I can actually sit down to do my hair in the morning. One day I can put makeup in there . . . if my mom ever lets me wear anything other than lip gloss. In this room the bed has a green quilt and the curtains are blue and they don’t match at all. My old quilt doesn’t fit because this bed is big—a double bed—which is