The Snake Who Baked A Cake: Review

Monday, 21 August 2017

As you know, we love books in our house! We have bookshelves filled with them in almost every room of the house. Even the attic is full of boxes of books that I one day wish I could put in my very own library! (Think Beauty and the Beast!)

So when I was asked to review The Snake Who Baked A Cake by S.Afrough and S.Hough, we couldn't wait to read it!

The Snake Who Baked A Cake  is a lovely story about a snake called Jake, created by two sisters.

After becoming an auntie and mother respectively for the first time, sisters Sara and Simin quickly came to love story time and the joy of creating new worlds, and adventures, which would spark the imaginations of the children in their family. Wishing to share their stories with other young readers, and their families, they decided to put pen to paper beginning with their favourite character of Jake, a Californian red-sided garter snake, and his surprising ability to cook scrumptious cakes.

It's such a lovely little story and both Dot and I loved how it flowed and rhymed. It really has made Dot want to join in baking and cooking and help me in the kitchen instead of just bringing her the food when it's ready!

The Snake Who Baked A Cake by S. Afrough and S. Hough & illustrated by S. Goodway is available to purchase for RRP £5.99 paperback and RRP £2.99 ebook from online retailers and all good bookstores.

Happy Reading :)

Disclaimer: We were given a copy of The Snake Who Baked A Cake in return for our honest review. As always, all opinions are our own.