Source: From Netgalley and Candlewick Press in exchange for an honest review. This in no way alters my opinion or review.
Series: Hubble Bubble
Publisher: Nosy Crow
Publication Date: October 1, 2017
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...
I had not heard of this series before seeing this book on Netgalley and I am glad that I found it. The Hubble Bubble series follows a grandmother and her granddaughter on typical outings made not-so-typical by Granny's magic. Granny liked to spell things whenever she can making things more fun for kids but sometimes the spells aren't quite right.
The synopsis above is a bit off. In The Wacky Winter Wonderland installment, you get three stories. One about the wonderland, another about a pet competition, and a third about a trip to the museum. All the stories were adorable and fun. They were easy to read and I was surprised that there were multiple stories (sometimes a good cover just calls to me). I loved Granny using her magic to make everything more fun for her granddaughter even if it might get her into trouble.
I think this series would be a lot of fun for younger readers. The stories are simple and shorter with illustrations to show all the fun. I thought that the Winter Wonderland story was the most fun out of them all, which is perfect this time of year.