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Marvellous Margot by Lou Peacock and Ingela P Arrhenius


Margot has a problem, her friend Oscar loves cake, so Margot decides to make one especially for them to share. The only issue is that Oscar lives on the other side of town, and along the way she comes across several friends who are all in need of a pick me up - in the shape of a delicious piece of her cake.

So Margot is a wonderful friend to everyone along the way, but by the time she reaches Oscar she has another problem, no cake.


Lou Peacock is a master of the story, and gives the reader a lesson in the importance of sharing and helping others. It is a beautifully presented story of friendship, connection, support and - of course - cake.


This is a colourful and magical story that is sure to bring a smile to all those who read it. A highly entertaining and moral driven story that will connect with all readers young and old. Definitely worth a read!


Reviewer: Chris Reed

Nosy Crow

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