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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Grandma Suzanne made a lovely yellow blanket when Adison was born. Slowly Adison got very attached to the blanket that she named Bubbee Wubbee, Grandma's blanket. The blanket went everywhere with her. One evening Grandma and Adison were having fun playing together. They decided to pretend that the blanket was magical and would take them wherever they wanted to go. They asked the blanket to take them to Suzannaland. That night when Adison went to sleep with her Bubbee Wubbee, she dreamed of its magical powers. The blanket took her to Suzannaland which was made of gummies and cookies, where all the animals talked, where there were rides and games, and there was no bedtime.
Bubbee Wubbee by Grandma Suzanne is a whimsical story that will take children to an enchanting land. Along with Adison and her yellow blanket, they can see all the animals walking and talking and everything there is bright and colorful. Adison meets Bootsie, a fluffy puppy, and becomes friends with him. Children will have a lot of fun there with Adison. The illustrations bring the characters and the scenes to life, making the story tangible. This enchanting story will make readers imagine and dream. It is a good story for bedtime storytelling and can be used in classrooms and school libraries for their storytelling and reading aloud sessions. The story also captures the bond between grandmothers and grandchildren in a very adorable way and many children will be able to relate to the moments shared between Adison and her Grandma Suzanne.