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Hubble Bubble Granny Trouble
by Tracey Corderoy
Order:  USA  Can
Candlewick, 2012 (2012)
* *   Reviewed by Bob Walch

In this rhyming text you'll meet a little girl whose granny is a witch. Now this is a fact that her family doesn't want to advertise, but actually they wouldn't want her to be anything but what she is.

'My granny's kind of different. She makes this gloopy soup from icky slime, sludge sprinkles and bits of froggy poop!' explains the narrator. 'I ask for chicken fingers, but Granny shakes her head. 'Oh, yuck!' she cries. 'How horrible! Here - have some soup instead!''

When the little girl tries to talk her Granny into a normal-ish makeover, the grey haired lady agrees, but, as you'll discover, that isn't a very stellar idea.

The moral here is simple - sometimes it is better to leave well enough alone and just accept things (and people) as they are.

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