Cupcake Club Peace Love & Cupcakes

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5.2 X 7.4 X 0.7 inches | 0.45 pounds

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About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Sheryl Berk has collaborated with numerous celebrities on their memoirs and lifestyle books. She is the founding editor in chief of Life & Style Weekly as well as a contributor to InStyle, Martha Stewart, and other publications.

By the age of twenty, Carrie Berk already had a life's worth of accomplishments under her belt. It's no wonder Bella magazine declared her "an ambitious and dedicated boss babe," and the Wall Street Journal dubbed her "a community-minded young creator." She is a verified content creator across several social media channels, including TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube, and Pinterest, with a monthly engagement of more than 100M. A journalism major in college, Carrie is currently a reporter/contributing writer for HuffPost,, The Daily Dot, and others, on topics ranging from beauty and style to celebrity and sports. She has served as an on-camera correspondent for TigerBeat and Girls' Life, covering red carpet arrivals and interviewing celebs at the Radio Disney Music Awards, New York Fashion Week, and the Teen Choice Awards. She has contributed to Seventeen magazine and Girls' Life's print and digital channels. She has acted on two Brat TV series, Stage Fright (as Karina) and Crown Lake (as the voice of Heather). She is a bestselling children's book author with twenty-one books to her credit. She penned her first book, Peace, Love and Cupcakes, in 2012. The Cupcake Club series went on to publish twelve books, and became an award-winning Off-Broadway show and featured selection in 2017's New York Musical Festival. Her Fashion Academy series stems from her passion for fashion. The six-book series also became an Off-Broadway production at Vital Theatre and is currently licensed worldwide by Concord Music Publishing. The Ask Emma series was based on Carrie's firsthand experience as a teen blogger and her dedication to being a role model for positive posting. She is a dedicated anti-bullying activist and an advocate for mental health awareness, especially for teens and women. An avid runner, she ran the New York City Marathon in November, 2022.
"Readers looking for a light story are in for, much like cupcakes themselves, a small burst of fun." -- Booklist" -- Booklist
"I think that this is one of the best ideas for a club ever. I mean, I would totally join this club if it was available at my school! Nevertheless, I liked the role that it had to play in the story. I liked how it brought together all the main characters, making them form a strong friendship. I thought that this was a unique club idea in a novel, and something I could really relate to." -- Esther's Ever After
"...a wonderful start to a fun new series." -- Escape Through The Pages
"Sheryl and Carrie Berk whip up a great story that is sure to be a treat for both children and adults." -- YA Crush
"There is a lot to recommend to young tween girl readers in Peace, Love and Cupcakes! This is a great book to hand to readers looking for something sweet... that features characters most girls (and boys if they would read the book) can relate to." -- YA Librarian Tales
"It is a very cute book and a great book for a young girl to read...I loved reading about all of the successes and failures the club had while baking." -- The Reading Housewives of Indiana
"A sweet book!" -- Cupcakes Take the Cake
"I really enjoyed The Cupcake Club. It read quickly and brought up some great discussion topics like bullying, building self esteem, not giving up, making friends, forgiving, and more." -- The Angel Forever
"9-year-old author has recipe for success" -- Washington Post, KidsPost
"Author Sheryl Berk has good reason to be proud this Mother's Day. She has co-written a book with daughter Carrie -- who's only 9." -- New York Daily News.
"Sheryl Berk and her nine-year-old daughter, Carrie, have cooked up a delightful new series sure to be a treat." -- New York Family Magazine