Back of Kiddie Soirée: Cakes for Kids Want to turn your child's birthday party into a bash, but you don't have much cash? For mothers who must have a unique cake and can't shell out $5,000 for it, Cakes for Kids can come in handy. The $15 book gives eager–to–please mamas step-by-step instructions to craft a sugary work of art. Novice bakers need not worry as the levels of difficulty are spelled out simply. So release your inner Martha and get to work! View 4 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Comments darlene 9 years this is a nice way to be creative stephley 9 years I took cake decorating classes when my daughter was a baby: I made her a doll cake that looked like Belle, and a castle cake for her fifth birthday - now it turns out, she really doesn't like cake - at all. She's a pie person. lickety-split 9 years i like the tea cup cakes! the big fav with my girls was the barbie bake where she's wearing a skirt that is the cake and the decorate it with frosting like cinderlla. i'm not a good with the frosting tips :( i have some fun cake pans but i have to stick with powdered sugar or you can't even tell what it is, lol. kythera 9 years I'm a cake decorator btw. :D kythera 9 years Wow, this is so cool! I seriously need to buy this book. I dig the cover, cool stuff! 8) RobinFabulous 9 years Cute! I'd take ideas from it, but I just don't do my own cakes for birthday patries anniekim 9 years oops--*flavors* anniekim 9 years I was looking at this book in Toys r us the other day. There are some cute ideas and most look pretty easy to execute. Any cake recipe works--I think the book just calls for certain flovaors of cake mix.