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Mia is excited to enter a Design-a-Dress contest, but she’s pressed for time. And when she tries to finish working on her dress during a Halloween cupcake party, it’s a recipe for disaster! When Mia reads about a Design-a-Dress contest in a magazine for “budding designers ages 12–16” she is excited. But she doesn’t realize how much work designing—and sewing—a dress truly is Mia is excited to enter a Design-a-Dress contest, but she’s pressed for time. And when she tries to finish working on her dress during a Halloween cupcake party, it’s a recipe for disaster! When Mia reads about a Design-a-Dress contest in a magazine for “budding designers ages 12–16” she is excited. But she doesn’t realize how much work designing—and sewing—a dress truly is until she starts on her contest entry. While Mia stresses out about all the work she has to do, she and Katie have an argument about, of all things, fashion preferences! Katie offers suggestions that don’t really go with the outfit Mia has in mind. And when Mia makes (what she thinks) is an offhand joke about Katie’s fashion sense, it turns into a full-blown argument. As Mia tries to finish working on her dress during a kids’ Halloween cupcake party, she realizes that kids plus cupcakes plus silk dresses plus frosting equals a recipe for disaster!


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Mia is excited to enter a Design-a-Dress contest, but she’s pressed for time. And when she tries to finish working on her dress during a Halloween cupcake party, it’s a recipe for disaster! When Mia reads about a Design-a-Dress contest in a magazine for “budding designers ages 12–16” she is excited. But she doesn’t realize how much work designing—and sewing—a dress truly is Mia is excited to enter a Design-a-Dress contest, but she’s pressed for time. And when she tries to finish working on her dress during a Halloween cupcake party, it’s a recipe for disaster! When Mia reads about a Design-a-Dress contest in a magazine for “budding designers ages 12–16” she is excited. But she doesn’t realize how much work designing—and sewing—a dress truly is until she starts on her contest entry. While Mia stresses out about all the work she has to do, she and Katie have an argument about, of all things, fashion preferences! Katie offers suggestions that don’t really go with the outfit Mia has in mind. And when Mia makes (what she thinks) is an offhand joke about Katie’s fashion sense, it turns into a full-blown argument. As Mia tries to finish working on her dress during a kids’ Halloween cupcake party, she realizes that kids plus cupcakes plus silk dresses plus frosting equals a recipe for disaster!

30 review for Mia's Recipe for Disaster

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lucille Montague

    At the fashion show Zoey Webber from the Sew Zoey series is mentioned as a 2nd place winner.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Trinity

    I loved this book! Mia wants to enter a design-a-dress contest but will it be too much with already being in the Cupcake Club and Halloween coming up? Mia starts designing the dress and gets into an argument with her BFF Katie. Mia makes a joke about her fashion sense and asks Alexis and Emma if they want to model Mia's dress. Katie takes it personally and thinks Mia thinks that Katie is not pretty enough to model her dress. Katie ignores her for days, meanwhile her crush Chris wants to ask her I loved this book! Mia wants to enter a design-a-dress contest but will it be too much with already being in the Cupcake Club and Halloween coming up? Mia starts designing the dress and gets into an argument with her BFF Katie. Mia makes a joke about her fashion sense and asks Alexis and Emma if they want to model Mia's dress. Katie takes it personally and thinks Mia thinks that Katie is not pretty enough to model her dress. Katie ignores her for days, meanwhile her crush Chris wants to ask her something but Mia says she's busy which prevents her from going to the dance with him. Katie and Mia make up and it was all a misunderstanding. Chris thought Mia blew her off according to Emma's brother Matt so she has to mend things with him at the dance. Though Mia finished the dress and Emma said she would model it she forget to make a Halloween costume for the dance! She ends up going as a clown and sees that Chris goes to the dance with a girl in her class named Talia. Chris and Mia are still friends but she is a little bummed that she didn't go to the dance with him. At least Katie got to go with George and Alexis went with Matt. I recommend this book for ages 7+. I probably won't reread this book because I have so many books on my TBR pile.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Pooja Banga

    Mia is excited to enter a Design-a-Dress contest, but she’s pressed for time. And when she tries to finish working on her dress during a Halloween cupcake party, it’s a recipe for disaster! When Mia reads about a Design-a-Dress contest in a magazine for “budding designers ages 12–16” she is excited. But she doesn’t realize how much work designing—and sewing—a dress truly is until she starts on her contest entry. While Mia stresses out about all the work she has to do, she and Katie have an argume Mia is excited to enter a Design-a-Dress contest, but she’s pressed for time. And when she tries to finish working on her dress during a Halloween cupcake party, it’s a recipe for disaster! When Mia reads about a Design-a-Dress contest in a magazine for “budding designers ages 12–16” she is excited. But she doesn’t realize how much work designing—and sewing—a dress truly is until she starts on her contest entry. While Mia stresses out about all the work she has to do, she and Katie have an argument about, of all things, fashion preferences! Katie offers suggestions that don’t really go with the outfit Mia has in mind. And when Mia makes (what she thinks) is an offhand joke about Katie’s fashion sense, it turns into a full-blown argument. As Mia tries to finish working on her dress during a kids’ Halloween cupcake party, she realizes that kids plus cupcakes plus silk dresses plus frosting equals a recipe for disaster!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlyn Zambrana

    Amazing!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sonia

    I loved it !!!!!Poor Mia!!! She needs to be with Chris!!!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hannah G

    10 year old me was obsessed with these books. the reading level was easy, and i could read much more advanced stuff, but it was very enjoyable.would definitely recommend!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Christine Grant

    Mia finds mixing cupcakes and fashion can lead to disaster. Another fine entry in a delightful series.

  8. 5 out of 5

    K

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    Abi

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    Nicole Ussernan

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    Talia

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

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    Millicent Kasule

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    ViolinWeirdo

  15. 4 out of 5

    Megan

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    Daniela

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michael Sidharta

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kaelyn

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    Paula

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    lauren

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    Caroline

  22. 5 out of 5

    Emma Hern

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    Siya S.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Catelyn Lawrence

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    Kiki

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    Lucas

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kimidarksecrets

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Nathan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Zakia

  30. 5 out of 5

    *anika*

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