"This book is fun, full of adventure and a little bit way out!"
Who Ate The Cake?
You're the boss in this mystery adventure picture book. For ages 4+
I'm glad this book is in your hands!
‘Today is my 7th birthday,’ says Sophie.
‘But my birthday cake is missing!’
She looks around the kitchen.
Crumbs trail to the garden.
Icing sugar footprints run to the living room.
‘What should we do?’ Sophie asks you.
To follow the crumbs, turn to page 8
To follow the footprints, turn to page 6
Each decision takes you and Sophie on a different adventure.
Whispers in the night garden, grumblings under the house, and clues in the toy room, only you can help Sophie solve the mystery of Who Ate The Cake?
Explore all 6 endings!
Read the reviews or discover more about the characters and creators below.
"The illustrations are entertaining, colourful and the facial expressions are funny. There are 6 endings and I had to read every option to get to each of those endings.
This book is fun, full of adventure and a little bit way out."
"My kids are HOOKED! We haven't discovered all 6 endings yet and I don't think my kids will go to sleep until we do - they're still up and begging me to read it one more time!"
"A great gift for smart kids."
- Tokyo Reader
"This book is so much fun to read as a parent. It's like 6 books in 1 and doesn't get dull reading it night after night. "
Meet The Characters
Big Ted &
Will the Will-o-the-Wisp
and of course ... the cakes!
Meet The Creators
Cinta - Author
Cinta is a writer and digital content developer with over 15 years of experience working in Asia, the Americas and Europe for museums, broadcasters, newspapers and organisations such as Google. Among her notable achievements she has found a jaguar footprint in Colombia, a 65 million year old fossil in Denmark and lost a staring contest to a boxfish in Indonesia.
Jade Fang - Illustrator
Jade Fang started doodling at a very young age and has developed great interest in drawing and painting as a child. She has been working as an illustrator since 2010 and has worked with several publishers on children’s book projects.
"I’m really fascinated by the many adventurous events that happened in the story. It gave me a lot of room to indulge in my imagination to create the visuals. On top of that I always like crime and detective fiction, so the story actually set me into the mood and let me play with clues and ideas that I could create in a “crime” scene. It’s really fun!"
Marlo Garnsworthy - Editor
Marlo has been editing books and teaching writing since the late 1990s and is on faculty at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD Continuing Ed) where she teaches Writing for Children's Books.
"The character who sticks in my mind most firmly is Sweetooth Mould—what a great name! I love the gross-out factor, and I know kids will, too."