Long ago, animals in cookie-land did not stray too far from the herd. Camels remained with camels. Lions are fighting lions. Unicorns interacting with unicorns. The same routine, day after day. Then, one morning, a volcano erupted, sending sprinkles into the sky and rivers of frosting through the lands. Every creature under the sun was polka-dotted and bright by the following day. The animals observed that this was unusual.
But it was also quite sweet and tasty. The frosted animals quickly became pals. And cookie-land became infinitely more fun after that. Since then, children have enjoyed Mother's Cookies.
Everything began in 1914 at a newspaper stand in Oakland, California. A customer gave N.M. Wheatley, a newspaper vendor, has the rights to some unusually delicious home-baked cookies. N.M. named the cookies Mother's Day in honor of the brand-new holiday! These are the well-known Circus Animal Cookies, and they quickly became popular. Within a year, he sold the newspaper stand and opened a small bakery that produced two thousand cookies daily.
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