Miss Bubble's Troubles by Malaika Rose Stanley
  

Synopsis

Miss Bubble's Troubles by Malaika Rose Stanley

Miss Bubble is a super-cool teacher at Topley Primary School. The children in Rainbow Class have lots of fun with her. When Miss Bubble ends up in a spot of trouble, her parrot Shriek and her cat Milkshake try their best to help. But they need Rainbow Class to come to the rescue...This is a story in rhyme about a great teacher and her class.

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A heartwarming read -- Mary Arrigan Irish Examiner The rhythm of this story will keep children captivated from beginning to end - a lovely story to read aloud Parents in Touch

About the Author

Malaika Rose Stanley grew up in Birmingham. She has worked as a teacher in Zambia, Uganda, Germany, Switzerland and Britain.She is now a full-time writer. She occasionally runs creativity and writing workshops for children and adults. Her publications include Man Hunt, Operation X and Dad Alert (Orchard), Getting Bigger (Nelson Thornes) and short stories for anthologies and literacy packs. Malaika also enjoys travel, yoga, jazz singing, reading, watching football and gardening. She lives with her family in north London.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
40 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Malaika Rose Stanley
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Publisher

Tamarind Books an imprint of Random House Children's Publishers UK

Publication date

2nd September 2010

ISBN

9781848530249


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