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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Bubble Trouble by Kelly Knight and Taylor Hayden is a cute little book about two bear cubs. The story is about the mess they are making while having their bath. Mama Bear comes into the bathroom, has a look at the watery mess, and says that she has no time to clean it and then make it their Grandmother's house. The bear cubs are sad and they decide to save time so that they can visit their Grandmother. Will they succeed in doing This? The book teaches kids about love and relationships and the importance of grandparents in our lives.
The story is very endearing and it depicts a typical bath scene when two kids are in the bath tub. Joshua and Zachary will take you on this delightful trip from the soapy puddles on the floor to Grandma's house. Like any children's story book, this book has illustrations that resemble a child's drawing. It makes it more authentic and the pictures give movement and life to the story. They are bright and cheerful which is required for a children's story book.
This book will make a perfect bedtime story book, and teachers and parents can use it for read-aloud and story telling sessions in classrooms and libraries. It also teaches kids to love the older members in the family and make time for them. The creative thoughts of children while playing is all captured beautifully here. The color, texture, and theme of the book and the pictures make it a good book for children.