Bella's Bubble by Karen J. Hodgson


Bella's Bubble by Karen J. Hodgson

Bella blows the biggest bubble you ever would have seen. It floats straight out of the window and blows across town. Quick, catch it! shouts Granny. Follow Bella chase after her enormous bubble as it narrowly escapes danger at every point and everyone's attempt to pop it. Hodgson builds up the suspense as the bubble continues on its perilous journey and Griffiths' delicate illustrations become richer and more menacing until the final and inevitable POP. Poor old Granny. Karen Hodgson lives in south-east England. Bella's Bubble is her sixth picture book. Karen's other books include The Robot Who Couldn't Cry, The Teeny Weeny Walking Stick and Hugh's Blue Day which were all published in spring 2010. Rebecca Griffiths lives in France and this is her first picture book.

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32 pages


Karen J. Hodgson
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Publication date

30th June 2010



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