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Babymouse: Cupcake Tycoon PDF í Babymouse: Cupcake

Babymouse: Cupcake Tycoon ✪ Babymouse: Cupcake Tycoon Books ✬ Author Jennifer L. Holm – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The word is out Kids love Babymouse—star of the popular award winning hilarious PINK graphic novel series showcasing the trials and tribulations of elementary school The sassy mouse with attitude to The word is out Kids love Babymouse—star of the popular award winning hilarious PINK graphic novel series showcasing the trials and tribulations of elementary school The sassy mouse with attitude to spare has charmed her way into the hearts of kids parents and teachers everywhere The series has won multiple Children’s Choice awards and one title was the first graphic novel Babymouse: Cupcake MOBI :Þ EVER to be named an ALA Notable Children’s BookIt's champagne wishes and cupcake dreams for Babymouse in Cupcake Tycoon The school library is having a fund raiser and Babymouse is determined to raise the most money and WIN the GRAND PRIZE Or er to help the school The competition is fierce but Babymouse will stop at nothing to get what she wants even if it means outselling every last kid in school including her nefarious nemesis Felicia Furrypaws The claws are out and the race is on in this absolutely PRICELESS Babymouse.


10 thoughts on “Babymouse: Cupcake Tycoon

  1. Calista Calista says:

    Babymouse is still doing her best This is about those horrible school fundraisers They give out a prize for the most stuff sold and she wants that prize She goes through a lot to get it too and of course her imagination of the prize is much better than what the prize is She is competing against her arch enemy Felicia for top seller Her imagination soars as usual Her locker eats things and like in Babymouse land is the same as usual These are fun little stories Only 5 left to go


  2. Nancy Jo Lambert Nancy Jo Lambert says:

    These graphic novels blow my mind They are so clever and all of the allusions God Greek Mythology Monopoly Donald Trump etc are so well placed and smart This one was really funny and I already have a kid waiting for it


  3. Kira Simion Kira Simion says:

    Not gonna lie Sometimes what one needs isn't a 400 page book to tell others about so they can impress someone No sometimes you need the baby est not a word I know book to just chill with Pictures are my friends and while I can derive them from words alone it's nicer to see actual ones sometimes


  4. Nicola Mansfield Nicola Mansfield says:

    Reason for Reading This book is a Cybils '10 nominees and as a panelist for Graphic Novels this is reuired reading for meIt's fundraising time at school again only this time they are raising money for books for the library that was recently destroyed in a flood Babymouse and Babymouse is gloomy of the prospects of having every door slammed in her face with a hearty No until she learns they will be selling cupcakes Of course then she's happy and all she can concentrate on is selling the most so she can win the mysterious Grand Prize but after selling 3 2 to her mom and 1 to the narrator and finding out Kitty has sold over a hundred she puts her mind into overdrive to come up with better ways of marketing only to find Kitty got there first bigger and better Finally through sheer determinedness and realizing why she's fundraising in the first place BM comes up with a way to sell cupcakes that Kitty would never have dreamed of Her imaginations were a lot fun here than in the last book I loved the Pikachu watching her on TV in Japan the Donald Trump take off was so recognizable by the hair King Midas Rumpelstiltskin and making a TV Commercial were all fun and hey NO Star Wars scene this time yay A good story to chew on as well as we parents often dread the extra effort and time of fundraising season and the kids often focus on the prizes than the cause money is being raised for


  5. Betsy Betsy says:

    One Sentence Review Babymouse is the Liz Lemon of the juvenile graphic novel world and this is one of the stronger inclusions in her series or maybe it's just that I love cupcakes so much


  6. Reader Reader says:

    Some Babymice are better than others With that in mind this particular Babymouse is one of the finer titles I've seen When our be whiskered heroine accidentally manages to flood the entire school library by accident a fundraiser is called for Babymouse finds herself in direct competition with Felicia Furrypaws to sell the most cupcakes for the school The catch? Felicia has a marketing machine at her beck and call and Babymouse isn't exactly the world's most natural saleswoman It all works out in the end of course and with a rather clever ending at that Babymouse truly is the Liz Lemon of the middle grade comic book world This is one of her better tales B


  7. Donalyn Donalyn says:

    Love Babymouse most of all because I can share her with my 11 year old daughter Babymouse is a great role model in a tiny pink package


  8. Jazmine Shoup Jazmine Shoup says:

    Babymouse Cupcake Tycoon written and illustrated by Jennifer L Holm and Matthew Holm is a great children’s graphic novel that follows the story of a young determined mouse Babymouse the main character is an adventurous young mouse who is determined to win her schools cupcake selling fundraiser Babymouse accidently breaks the water pipe in the school library and the school decides to hold a fundraiser to get money to repair the damage done to the library This particular fundraiser is very exciting to Babymouse because it involves one of her favorite things cupcakes Babymouse very much wants to win the prize for selling the most cupcakes and so she sets off to devise a plan to do so At first her attempts seem unsuccessful but soon she comes up with the perfect plan to sell the most cupcakes and win the prize a cupcake stand The character of Babymouse was cleverly developed and added a great amount of interest and intrigue in the plot of this graphic novel The illustrations throughout were also very well done and added to the overall impact of the book There were only three colors throughout white black and pink Although there wasn’t much variety in color there was a great amount of variety in illustrations The word bubbles and carton style drawings and page set up added to the overall effectiveness of this graphic novel I would use this book in 3rd to 5th grade to teach a lesson about graphic novels as a genre of literature I think that it is an important genre that students are often unaware of but can add an important understanding of literature as a whole I think that this book is appropriate for middle to older elementary aged students because it has some sophisticated text and is longer in length However I do not think that it would be too difficult for 3rd graders or uninteresting for 5th graders Overall I really enjoyed this graphic novel and thought that it did a good job presenting the ideas throughout the novel


  9. Sarah Sammis Sarah Sammis says:

    I've read two or three Babymouse volumes for the Cybils and of them Cupcake Tycoon by Jennifer and Matt Holm is my favorite so far In this one Babymouse and her classmates are fundraising to buy new books after Babymouse's accident while picking a book has resulted in a flood in the libraryIn the other books I've read Babymouse doesn't put herself fully into her newest obsession Usually her reasons for joining in the fun are rather petty or selfish This time though she really is passionate about books and wasn't trying to cause all the damage she did While there is a prize for the fundraising too I think some of her motivation though is still on getting new booksBut like the other Babymouse books I've read she has to compete This time it's against Felicia Furrypaws who seems to have the entire cupcake fundraising industry in her back pocket Her campaign involves outlandish things like radio ads bus billboards and the likeBabymouse though comes through not by conning her friends into doing her work and not by throwing a fit In true screwball comedy fashion at her lowest point she ends up going viral It's the round the world viral success of Babymouse's pleas for help that made me love the book There are so many hilarious international pop culture icons and Easter eggs that I was roaring with laughter My favorite is the panel showing the famous crossing in Tokyo with Pikachu watching Babymouse on the video screen


  10. Steph Steph says:

    I can honestly say that after reading this crass homage to making money I won't recommend this book to my ISD students The book teaches children to celebrate money and wealth no big deal in and of itself but this graphic novel has a lot of ick factor For some reason the book starts off at the ancestral estate of Lord Babymouse with an illustration that celebrates the gated and privileged wealth associated with the Ewings from Dallas yes I'm dating myself hereThe narrative seems to be interspersed with fantastical wanderings of the mind And then the narrator seems like a God like figure? Maybe starting with book #13 rather than with book #1 leaves me out of the loop but after reading this graphic novel I have no desire to recommend this book to my studentsMind you I don't have to recommend it Word of mouth has made this series EXTREMELY popular among the ISD elementary school population Whether I recommend this work or not the Babymouse Series doesn't sit on the shelf very long


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10 thoughts on “Babymouse: Cupcake Tycoon

  1. Calista Calista says:

    Babymouse is still doing her best This is about those horrible school fundraisers They give out a prize for the most stuff sold and she wants that prize She goes through a lot to get it too and of course her imagination of the prize is much better than what the prize is She is competing against her arch enemy Felicia for top seller Her imagination soars as usual Her locker eats things and like in Babymouse land is the same as usual These are fun little stories Only 5 left to go

  2. Nancy Jo Lambert Nancy Jo Lambert says:

    These graphic novels blow my mind They are so clever and all of the allusions God Greek Mythology Monopoly Donald Trump etc are so well placed and smart This one was really funny and I already have a kid waiting for it

  3. Kira Simion Kira Simion says:

    Not gonna lie Sometimes what one needs isn't a 400 page book to tell others about so they can impress someone No sometimes you need the baby est not a word I know book to just chill with Pictures are my friends and while I can derive them from words alone it's nicer to see actual ones sometimes

  4. Nicola Mansfield Nicola Mansfield says:

    Reason for Reading This book is a Cybils '10 nominees and as a panelist for Graphic Novels this is reuired reading for meIt's fundraising time at school again only this time they are raising money for books for the library that was recently destroyed in a flood Babymouse and Babymouse is gloomy of the prospects of having every door slammed in her face with a hearty No until she learns they will be selling cupcakes Of course then she's happy and all she can concentrate on is selling the most so she can win the mysterious Grand Prize but after selling 3 2 to her mom and 1 to the narrator and finding out Kitty has sold over a hundred she puts her mind into overdrive to come up with better ways of marketing only to find Kitty got there first bigger and better Finally through sheer determinedness and realizing why she's fundraising in the first place BM comes up with a way to sell cupcakes that Kitty would never have dreamed of Her imaginations were a lot fun here than in the last book I loved the Pikachu watching her on TV in Japan the Donald Trump take off was so recognizable by the hair King Midas Rumpelstiltskin and making a TV Commercial were all fun and hey NO Star Wars scene this time yay A good story to chew on as well as we parents often dread the extra effort and time of fundraising season and the kids often focus on the prizes than the cause money is being raised for

  5. Betsy Betsy says:

    One Sentence Review Babymouse is the Liz Lemon of the juvenile graphic novel world and this is one of the stronger inclusions in her series or maybe it's just that I love cupcakes so much

  6. Reader Reader says:

    Some Babymice are better than others With that in mind this particular Babymouse is one of the finer titles I've seen When our be whiskered heroine accidentally manages to flood the entire school library by accident a fundraiser is called for Babymouse finds herself in direct competition with Felicia Furrypaws to sell the most cupcakes for the school The catch? Felicia has a marketing machine at her beck and call and Babymouse isn't exactly the world's most natural saleswoman It all works out in the end of course and with a rather clever ending at that Babymouse truly is the Liz Lemon of the middle grade comic book world This is one of her better tales B

  7. Donalyn Donalyn says:

    Love Babymouse most of all because I can share her with my 11 year old daughter Babymouse is a great role model in a tiny pink package

  8. Jazmine Shoup Jazmine Shoup says:

    Babymouse Cupcake Tycoon written and illustrated by Jennifer L Holm and Matthew Holm is a great children’s graphic novel that follows the story of a young determined mouse Babymouse the main character is an adventurous young mouse who is determined to win her schools cupcake selling fundraiser Babymouse accidently breaks the water pipe in the school library and the school decides to hold a fundraiser to get money to repair the damage done to the library This particular fundraiser is very exciting to Babymouse because it involves one of her favorite things cupcakes Babymouse very much wants to win the prize for selling the most cupcakes and so she sets off to devise a plan to do so At first her attempts seem unsuccessful but soon she comes up with the perfect plan to sell the most cupcakes and win the prize a cupcake stand The character of Babymouse was cleverly developed and added a great amount of interest and intrigue in the plot of this graphic novel The illustrations throughout were also very well done and added to the overall impact of the book There were only three colors throughout white black and pink Although there wasn’t much variety in color there was a great amount of variety in illustrations The word bubbles and carton style drawings and page set up added to the overall effectiveness of this graphic novel I would use this book in 3rd to 5th grade to teach a lesson about graphic novels as a genre of literature I think that it is an important genre that students are often unaware of but can add an important understanding of literature as a whole I think that this book is appropriate for middle to older elementary aged students because it has some sophisticated text and is longer in length However I do not think that it would be too difficult for 3rd graders or uninteresting for 5th graders Overall I really enjoyed this graphic novel and thought that it did a good job presenting the ideas throughout the novel

  9. Sarah Sammis Sarah Sammis says:

    I've read two or three Babymouse volumes for the Cybils and of them Cupcake Tycoon by Jennifer and Matt Holm is my favorite so far In this one Babymouse and her classmates are fundraising to buy new books after Babymouse's accident while picking a book has resulted in a flood in the libraryIn the other books I've read Babymouse doesn't put herself fully into her newest obsession Usually her reasons for joining in the fun are rather petty or selfish This time though she really is passionate about books and wasn't trying to cause all the damage she did While there is a prize for the fundraising too I think some of her motivation though is still on getting new booksBut like the other Babymouse books I've read she has to compete This time it's against Felicia Furrypaws who seems to have the entire cupcake fundraising industry in her back pocket Her campaign involves outlandish things like radio ads bus billboards and the likeBabymouse though comes through not by conning her friends into doing her work and not by throwing a fit In true screwball comedy fashion at her lowest point she ends up going viral It's the round the world viral success of Babymouse's pleas for help that made me love the book There are so many hilarious international pop culture icons and Easter eggs that I was roaring with laughter My favorite is the panel showing the famous crossing in Tokyo with Pikachu watching Babymouse on the video screen

  10. Steph Steph says:

    I can honestly say that after reading this crass homage to making money I won't recommend this book to my ISD students The book teaches children to celebrate money and wealth no big deal in and of itself but this graphic novel has a lot of ick factor For some reason the book starts off at the ancestral estate of Lord Babymouse with an illustration that celebrates the gated and privileged wealth associated with the Ewings from Dallas yes I'm dating myself hereThe narrative seems to be interspersed with fantastical wanderings of the mind And then the narrator seems like a God like figure? Maybe starting with book #13 rather than with book #1 leaves me out of the loop but after reading this graphic novel I have no desire to recommend this book to my studentsMind you I don't have to recommend it Word of mouth has made this series EXTREMELY popular among the ISD elementary school population Whether I recommend this work or not the Babymouse Series doesn't sit on the shelf very long

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