Children’s Book Review – Hubble Bubble: The Wacky Winter Wonderland by Tracey Corderoy

Title: Hubble Bubble: The Wacky Winter Wonderland
Author: Tracey Corderoy
Publish Date: October 1, 2015
# of Pages: 128
Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


(From Goodreads) Three more stories of magical mayhem from Tracey Corderoy and Joe Berger. Find out what happens when a naughty toddler waves Granny’s wand in a posh shop. Can Granny build a raft that doesn’t sink? And enjoy a visit to Winter Wonderland with some surprises in store…


Hubble Bubble: The Wacky Winter Wonderland features three unique stories. Follow Granny and Pandora as they navigate through a disappointing winter wonderland, a pet show, and an art museum. With magic mixed in, you know you’re in for a treat.

I read this book with my 7-year-old daughter, and she loved it. She’s at the age now where she reads chapter books with ease but still enjoys the visuals of picture books. Hubble Bubble: The Wacky Winter Wonderland combines wonderful illustrations with short, easy to read chapters. She feels like such a big girl when she reads an entire chapter book, so finishing this book made her feel accomplished.

I appreciated that this book was divided into three separate stories. This helps keep the interest of the younger crowd. A 128-page book can be intimidating to a youngster, but knowing it’s divided into three different stories makes it more manageable.

I also enjoyed the characters. Granny is a riot. Whether she’s turning Pandora’s parents into snowmen or changing Cobweb the cat into a cotton candy poof, she’s always up to harmless mischief. Pandora is very sweet and relatable, and Cobweb, the family’s pet cat, is a fun addition to the stories.

Thank you to NetGalley for providing the PDF version of this book in exchange for an honest review.



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