A chance meeting between a bubble and a cloud leads them to compare and admire their differences. Then in a surprising turn of events, they join together for a higher purpose.
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The Bubble and The Cloud
By Barbara Rosson, Ivanna Olijnk
Balboa PressCopyright © 2014 Barbara Rosson
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One beautiful summer morning, a bubble floats up into the sky.
The bubble rises up and up - higher than any bubble has ever been before ... so high it blows right into a fluffy cloud.
"Oooh! That tickles!" laughs the cloud. "Who is here?"
"I am a bubble, and I have come a long, long way," says the bubble.
"How did you get so perfectly rounds?" asks the cloud.
"You think I am perfect?" the bubble asks in surprise. "I never thought of it that way. I am always just round. But you - you are so wonderfully FLUFFY!"
"You think I am wonderful?" the cloud smiles and rumbles, "My fluff goes every which way, but you are so nice and neat!"
"I feel so trapped in this little ball, but you are free to spread out whichever way you feel like going. It must be so exciting!"
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