Hubble Bubble: The Super Spooky Fright Night (Hubble Bubble #3)

 
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Hubble Bubble: The Super Spooky Fright Night (Hubble Bubble #3)
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Age Range
4+
Release Date
September 04, 2014
ISBN
978-0857633170
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There's more magical mayhem when Granny's Halloween party goes off with a bang, a birthday trip to a build-your-own-bear factory careers out of control, and who could possibly be responsible for penguins paddling at the local swimming pool?

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HUBBLE BUBBLE’s cover is what instantly drew me towards this book, but the amazing characters are what sealed my love for it. This book is separated into three different stories The Super-Spooky Fright Night, Teddy Trouble, and Granny Makes A Splash. All three follow Pandora and her Granny Crow as she uses her magic to help, but instead causes mischief and trouble.

This book was adorably sweet and I instantly loved the characters. Granny Crow was fun, and she was always trying to help Pandora. I loved the relationship between Pandora and her Granny. I was very close with my grandma, so I love seeing stories with grandma/granddaughter relationships. It really warms my heart. Plus this story is so hilarious with all the mix-ups.

My favorite of the three stories is Teddy Trouble. Granny Crow looks to liven up the party by bringing the stuffed animals to life. Which sounds a bit creepy but I honestly loved it. It was hilarious and I would have loved, as a kid for my stuffed animals to come to life! It would have been so cool. I think kids will love this one for the same reason! Who doesn’t want their toys to come to life! One more thing I absolutely loved was the first story is a costume party. Joe Berger does such a fantastic job with illustrating the decorations and the costumes. They’re bright and eye catching and kids are going to love the realistic features on every page!

Overall I loved HUBBLE BUBBLE THE SUPER-SPOOKY FRIGHT NIGHT. It’s the third book in Tracey Corderoy’s series and it was so adorable and funny that I want to go pick up the other ones. There are 6 as of now! I loved it. If you loved Halloween or magic or hilarious mix-ups, I recommend picking this one up.
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