Ruby's Bubble


Children - Social Issues
48 Pages
Reviewed on 05/10/2020
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Author Biography

As a kindergarten teacher and guidance counsellor, I have used the concept of a bubble to encourage children to be mindful of their personal space. When leading a lesson, I have always found it best to begin with a story. I could never find one that really reflected my intentions, so I thought, why not write one of my own.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Let's meet Ruby who loves to dance, move around, bounce, and play in the story Ruby's Bubble by Lisele Lindsay. When she gets excited, Ruby forgets to share her space with others and bumps into them. Sometimes accidents occur because of that and she and her friends get hurt. She asks everyone to remind her to share the space around her. She imagines herself to be inside a colorful bubble and shares with readers three easy steps to relax. Ruby says once she relaxes, she imagines her favorite colors swirling inside her heart and how they spread all over her body after they fill her chest. These colors form a bubble around her with warmth and light inside the bubble. The outer surface of the bubble gives her a protective hug and Ruby feels peaceful inside it. Let's all try out what Ruby does and create a safe space around us.

Ruby's Bubble by Lisele Lindsay is a good reminder to readers to be careful of their personal space, and the relaxation and visualization techniques in the book will help them create a happy and safe world. Dakota Bicklmeier makes the concept and the author's words clear to readers with her magical and wonderful illustrations that make the story captivating and appealing. There is something very spiritual about the story and this is a good way to introduce readers, especially children, to meditation so that they can always be in a relaxed and peaceful state of mind. The concept is excellent and the author's approach to it is simple and can be understood and practiced easily by readers of all age groups. The whimsical way of dealing with the subject makes the book appealing to children. Tutors and parents can educate children to practices the steps suggested by Ruby so that they can learn to respect the personal space of others.

Laurie DeCosse

Our grandkids love Ruby,s Bubble. Our granddaughter now says her little brother is always in her space, so the authors message has obviously been received.