"Katie has a tough time keeping one secret ... what happens when she has to keep four? All of the cupcake girls have secrets and are ready to burst! Katie loves knowing a secret; it's just tough for her to keep them! And in this story all her friends have told her a secret! From new crushes to someone cheating on a math test, Katie doesn't know what to do with all of this juicy information! Can the Cupcake Club survive with everyone keeping secrets...
Alexis Becker loves to organize and plan and set goals, which is why she is in charge of the business end of the Cupcake Club. But when she suddenly develops a major crush on Matt Taylor - who happens to be Emma's brother - things get a little disorganized.
Reaching a compromise with her parents when they say she is too young to attend a concert alone, Mia discovers that she is being cyberbullied on social media and teams up with her fellow Cupcake Club members to discover who is behind the attacks.
When Alexis decides she wants to be more like her popular older sister, Dylan, she tries out for cheerleading, without really thinking about what that entails, including that her sister was a star on her cheerleading squad.
"Things are slow at the cupcake shop this summer, and so when Mia's dad invites her on a long weekend trip to meet some of his college friends, she jumps at the chance-especially when she hears they have daughters her age. It turns out the girls work in an ice cream shop. Not only does Mia end up making new friends-she comes back with a new invention for the Cupcake Girls: an ice-cream cone cupcake!"--
Moving on with her Cupcake Club friends despite lingering resentment over being ditched by her former best friend for a more popular group, Katie resolves to confront Callie and struggles to find ways to repair the friendship.
"Emma is not thrilled with always needing to rearrange he schedule to babysit her younger brother, Jake, after school. But it's summer, and Emma is free--or so she thinks. Emma's parents have broken the news that really threatens to push Emma over the edge: Emma and Jake are going to the same day camp together. And Emma will have to babysit Jake on the bus. Every day. Can't Emma catch a break?"--Publisher.
For as long as Katie can remember, it's just been her and her mom. But that's about to change. First her mom gets a boyfriend. And then Katie gets an email from her dad, whom she's never met, saying he wants to get together. Katie's not sure she's ready for so much change in her life. With so much happening at once, Katie's counting on her friends in the Cupcake Club to help her find the sweet side of what seems like a sticky situation.
"Alexis is the clear leader of the Cupcake Club: She's organized, punctual, and happy to take on the stuff like scheduling, budgets, invoicing, and the things that the other girls don't really want to do. In other words, the "unfun" things. But one day Alexis feels particularly unappreciated and informs the Cupcake Club that she is no longer in charge! After deadlines get missed and supplies aren't bought, the girls realize they definitely need a...
When Sydney moves away and is replaced by newcomer Olivia, Alexis becomes the focus of hurtful teasing by the Best Friends Club and wonders if an offhand remark she made when first meeting Olivia may have been taken the wrong way.
The Special Day wedding salon is running an ad in the local newspaper, and they want Emma to model in the advertisement. The ad is a huge hit and suddenly Emma is very much in demand. But after running all over New York City for auditions, Emma realizes being a model is a lot tougher than she thought. Does Emma really want to be America's next top model, or is being a part of the Cupcake Club sweet enough?
Mia tries to make friends with Olivia, the new girl, but when Olivia makes fun of the other Cupcake Club girls and tells Mia she shouldn't hang out with them, Mia must make a decision about her new friendship.
Worrying about her fashion prospects when she learns that she has to get both braces and glasses, Mia receives help from her stylish mom and is reassured by her Cupcake Club friends that she is still the same old Mia.
When Katie learns that her mother's new boyfriend is her math teacher, Jeff Green, Katie is accused of getting special treatment in class, and it's the Cupcake Club to the rescue to help Katie deal with the rumors and the changes in her life.