The Adventures of Mister Bubble: Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children

The Adventures of Mister Bubble: Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children

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Overview

The Adventures of Mister Bubble: Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children by Luke Mathius Harlow, Jasmine Todd

"Because you squeezed my bottle and set me free, I will grant you three wishes," Mister Bubble told the children.

"Any three wishes you want. But beware; if the wishes are not kind and good, the wish you make is likely to go wrong!"

Mister Bubble is a fun series of modern day fables for 4 - 8 year olds.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781502350855
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/09/2014
Pages: 72
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

Luke Mathius Harlow was born in the United Kingdom, England in the fishing town of Grimsby. He has been writing short fiction stories from a young age whether it be an adaptation of a nursery rhyme, stories with unexpected twists giving the reader a need to read the story again from another perspective, or tales that have only one purpose... to make you smile.

Luke is now focusing on writing for young children.
Luke's début short story for children is based on a character called Mister Bubble. Mister Bubble is a series of fables teaching morals in a fun way to children from the ages of 4 - 8.

"Because you squeezed my bottle and set me free, I will grant you three wishes," Mister Bubble told the children.

"Any three wishes you want. But beware; if the wishes are not kind and good, the wish you make is likely to go wrong!"

Luke has a Bachelor of Science honours degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Lincoln, England, UK.

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The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Mister Bubble and the Thoughtless Children

The Adventures of Mister Bubble - The Colouring Book

The Adventures of Mister Bubble - Spot the Difference

The Adventures of Mister Bubble - A Teacher's Guide

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Build Your Computer Skills - Full Colour Version

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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite What does it mean to be thoughtless? Do children understand the concept? So many children are loved too much to the point that they are spoiled. These children are not expected to help out around the house, or to do any chores. Everything is done for them and they take everything for granted. These are thoughtless children and thoughtless children grow up to become thoughtless teenagers and then thoughtless adults. In The Adventures of Mister Bubble, Mr. Bubble has the magical ability to right some of these wrongs and he goes about this task with something so simple as allowing the children to make three wishes. When a very kind mother becomes worried because her children are hiding in the woods after dark to torment her, Mr. Bubble appears and grants the children three wishes. The children think this is great and quickly use up the first two wishes, demanding for something different about their mother. What they learn from this experience changes them from thoughtless children into thoughtful and caring children. Doing chores and helping out at home are part of the learning process during the growing-up years. It also instills important values into a child's mind and heart, the values of thoughtfulness and caring. In this day and age when everything is handed out to children and children are catered to hand and foot, this is a difficult lesson to teach. Author Luke Mathius Harlow has done an excellent job of getting this message across with his very clever story about two thoughtless children and their very loving mother. This is a delightful and colorfully illustrated story to teach children how to be thoughtful and caring, not just to their parents, but to everyone. Very well done.