Bubble Trouble by Tom PercivalBubble Trouble by Tom Percival

Bubble Trouble

byTom Percival

Hardcover | June 2, 2015

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Rueben and Felix love bubbles! But is breaking a bubble record more important than being friends?
     Best friends Rueben and Felix love blowing bubbles, and the bigger, the better. But after Rueben challenges Felix to a contest, the two go head-to-head and bubble-to-bubble . . . with disastrous results. Can they keep their friendship from going POP?
     Find out in this delightfully bubbly story of friendship, fighting, and making up.
TOM PERCIVAL is also the author and illustrator of another lift-the-flap story, Herman's Letter, which was a 2014-2015 Indie Next List pick. He writes and illustrates picture books in his native United Kingdom, where he lives in a town called Stroud with his family. Visit him online at tom-percival.com.
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Title:Bubble TroubleFormat:HardcoverDimensions:32 pages, 11.03 × 9.88 × 0.38 inPublished:June 2, 2015Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1619636794

ISBN - 13:9781619636798

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"Numerous lift-the-flap bubbles that conceal some of the text and illustrated details are a winning touch and should delight young aspiring readers." -Kirkus Reviews"Hibernation, dedication and one long-distance friendship that will never be forgotten: a must-have when a friend moves away." -Kirkus Reviews on HERMAN'S LETTER"Filled with amusing details, the dynamic artwork fuels the text with action and humor, and lift-the-flap letters add an appealing interactive element. This book proves that true friendship endures despite distance and duress." -School Library Journal on HERMAN'S LETTER"Percival uses lift-the-flap letters to give concrete reality to the friends' correspondence, and his portrayal of Herman's vulnerability is touching and funny." -Publishers Weekly on HERMAN'S LETTER