P.S. Send More Cookies (The Secret Cookie Club) (Hardcover)

By Martha Freeman

Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, 9781481448246, 336pp.

Publication Date: May 16, 2017

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (5/15/2018)

List Price: 16.99*
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The girls from Flowerpot Cabin learn that there are two things they can count on in life—friendship and cookies—in Martha Freeman’s third novel in the Secret Cookie Club series, which was called “a younger version of Ann Brashares’s The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” by School Library Journal.

It’s not all sugar and spice for the girls of Flowerpot Cabin after they leave summer camp. Grace learns she isn’t good at everything when she gets volunteered to dogsit, Emma’s mom has a hard time when her beloved grandmother dies, Olivia’s brother makes a big announcement that starts a family feud, and Lucy isn’t sure how she feels when her dad pops back into her life. Meanwhile, beloved counselor Hannah continues to deal with the fallout from a summer romance.

But no matter what tough stuff comes their way, there are two things the members of the Secret Cookie Club can count on: friendship and cookies.

About the Author

Martha Freeman worked as a reporter and teacher before becoming a full-time writer of books for young readers, including the Edgar Award­–nominated Zap!, The Secret Cookie Club series, Who Stole Halloween?, and Effie Starr Zook Has One More Question, which School Library Journal called “accessible and exciting” in a starred review. She also collaborated with NASA astronaut Mark Kelly on the Astrotwins books. Martha lives in Colorado. Learn more at MarthaFreeman.com

Praise For P.S. Send More Cookies (The Secret Cookie Club)

Now back at home, the girls of Flowerpot cabin find themselves yearning for the sweet friendships of Moonlight Ranch summer camp to help them through some rough patches. . . . Freeman tackles issues such as honesty, depression, grief, and the pressures of the digital age with finesse. And while sugary treats are nice, friendship is the real salve. . . . Even away from camp, the Flowerpot campers blossom.
— Kirkus Reviews

Freeman addresses issues such as honesty, depression, grief, and the pressures of the digital age with tact. . . . The girls come from diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds. . . . A solid option for middle graders who enjoy Ann Brashares and lighthearted realism.
— School Library Journal