We Love Bubbles! (Bobo and Pup-Pup) (Library Binding)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Bobo and Pup-Pup series.
A hilarious new series about best friends Bobo and Pup-Pup--a monkey and a dog with very different personalities. This graphic chapter book series is perfect for fans of Elephant & Piggie.
Did you ever have a friend who likes doing something that you find completely annoying? Well, Bobo and Pup-Pup both LOVE bubbles. Bubbles are the absolute best--on that they can agree! While Pup-Pup loves blowing them, Bobo LOVES popping them...way too much for Pup-Pup's taste. It's getting frustrating! Pup-Pup has a clever idea to stop Bobo from popping them. But, then Bobo gets carried away...literally!
This hilarious and relatable graphic chapter book will have kids ages 5-8 laughing out loud while gaining confidence in reading. Readers will be eager to devour the companion book in the series, Let's Make a Cake! Graphic chapter books serve as a great bridge to graphic novels and longer chapter books.
About the Author
Vikram Madan grew up in India and spent many years working in the tech industry before coming to his senses and following his heart into the visual and literary arts, creating work that can be in turn humorous, quirky, fun, lighthearted, philosophical, thought-provoking and, sometimes, all of these at the same time. When not painting and making public art, Vikram writes and illustrates humorous poetry. Visit him at vikrammadan.com.
NICOLA SLATER is a busy commercial artist who studied at Buckingham Chilterns University. She has illustrated many children's picture books and middle grade novels for various publishers, including the Little Golden Book Margaret Wise Brown's Manners. You can follow her on Twitter @nicolaslater.
“Grab some bubble mix and join Pup-Pup and Bobo for a good read.” —Kirkus Reviews
Review of companion Bobo and Pup-Pup book, Let's Make Cake!:
“For readers who’ve battered the spines of their Elephant and Piggie books, Bobo and Pup-Pup are their next best pals” —The Bulletin, starred Review