Date Published: April 6, 2022
This is the story of two adventurous bears, their protective mama, mischievous bubbles, and a magical witch. Ignoring their mother’s wishes, Boo and Butter stray down the path toward Granny Grumblewitch’s house into a world of bubble-brewed danger. Granny holds their fate in her gnarled hands . . . will they return to the safety of their cave?
Alejandria Kate wrote Bubble Trouble with the hope that Boo and Butter’s story shows children that truly loving parents mean only what is best for them . . . that any boundaries, warnings or admonishments are intended to protect, not to prevent them from having fun. Any deviation from the defined boundaries could result in unhappy consequences. Parents like Mama Bear know what is best, safest — and love them above and beyond anything else.
About the Author
Alejandria Kate is a writer, author, and certified Mind, Body, Spirit Practitioner through the Sunlight Alliance Foundation. Alejandria is passionate about personal development and uplifting others.
She draws inspiration from the beauty – both large and small – that she observes in the world around her and from the quiet moments connected with Spirit and her own soul. She believes vulnerability is a strength and an open heart is a key to inner joy. She believes that through a shift in perspective beauty can be found within every experience.
Alejandria graduated from the Institute of Children’s Literature, where she studied writing for children and young adults. In her spare time, she plays the Native American flute and hikes the walking trails in Southern California in her pursuit of viewing wildflowers and wild birds.
It is Alejandria’s hope that readers feel comforted and inspired after reading her books.
She can be reached through her website, www.alejandriakate.com
This is a charming story about Boo Bear and her brother, Butter Bear. Like all little bears, they love honey. They also love chasing bumblebees and don’t even mind getting stung, once in a while. Their mother bear went to town for a new hat and told them to stay in the yard. She warned them about the grumpy witch down the lane.
The witch was making giggling bubbles and some escaped and floated over to the bear’s house. Boo warned Butter to ignore the bubbles, but he couldn’t resist them. He followed them down the lane and Boo ran after. When Butter was led into the witches house, Boo went in to rescue him.
Then the witch came out. What was going to happen? Was she going to turn them into stuffed bears? Children will enjoy this charming book with whimsical illustrations. The obedience lesson is very good for children.