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Publisher's Summary

A hip new doughnut shop known for its bizarre recipes is opening up in Greenfield. At first, the owners of the other doughnut shop in town, Delilah's, aren't worried. Their shop has been a fixture downtown since just after World War II.

But when the new shop starts making doughnuts that look just like some of Delilah's greatest hits, the Boxcar Children must figure out if it's just a coincidence or if someone from the new shop is stealing Delilah's recipes.

©2018 Albert Whitman & Company (P)2018 Oasis Audio

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cute story

my kids really enjoyed this cute mystery. I love having fun little mystery stories that my kids love. it's fun hearing their guesses as the story progresses.

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Awesome

Awesomeness I loved it 🍩🍩🍩it was so great 🍦🍭🍦it was one of my favorites for a long time 🍩

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  • Yasmin
  • 03-10-18

My son loved this book

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The book is very American, but it didn't really matter.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

My 10 year old child has dyslexia and he really enjoyed this book. He listened to it before bed and it is quite a short story, so it was finished within a week. There were lots of tantalising descriptions of doughnuts and explanations of how and why they were made.

Any additional comments?

It was terrible book for making us feel hungry. One evening I couldn't help it, I went to Tesco and we all had a real doughnut with pink icing before bed! I don't think a book about broccoli would have had the same reaction!