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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Blueberry Bubblegum Review



School’s out, and Max is gearing up for a summer of baseball with his friends. He’s expecting fun in the sun and long, lazy days. But to his surprise, he finds himself transported to a strange and wonderful world after chewing magical blueberry bubble gum—bubble gum his parents warned him not to chew! Join Max in his adventures through Blueberry Bubble Gum World and meet the fascinating creatures who live there—the Blueberry Boy, King Erudition, and the lumpy, moldy green evil Waywards. Will Max learn his lesson and find his way home? Find out in this thrilling journey!


My Review

So cute! This story is absolutely adorable. It's funny and zany, but there is also a very strong message in the story. I read this with my 8 and 5 year old boys and they loved it. I'll admit I kinda used this to my advantage to get my 8 year old to stop eating gum like it's candy. I told him if he didn't stop he'd be tooting a bubble lol.The more important message is of course to not lie and try to do what's right even when it's tempting to do what's wrong. The illustrations in the book are amazing. Very crisp and colorful. I would tell all my parent friends to check this book out for their kids around this age. A big 5/5!

About the Author

Mahmad Ali ElFakir was born in Detroit, Michigan in January of 1975. He is an entrepreneur who works hard for his family. He is blessed with his wonderful wife and amazing children. Blueberry Bubble Gum was inspired by his children and is his first of many books to come. He says, “A child’s imagination can inspire anyone.”

7 comments:

  1. I love the name of this! Thanks for this awesome review.

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  2. Oh my! This book looks and sounds so fun! I'm adding it to the list of books to get my nephew!

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  3. This sounds like a book my boys would love. Thanks for the review.

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  4. Sounds like a delightful book. Might have to get it for that same reason you told your son about. :)

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  5. I think my son would like this and I like how it teaches a lesson also

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  6. Thank you so much for taking your time to read my book and for the great review! I am very happy that you and your sons gave the book 5 stars! My hopes is that everyone that reads the book will really enjoy reading it as a family and learn important lessons along the way. Thank you again and take care, Mahamad Ali ElFakir

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    1. Sorry for the typo...it should say "My hope" not "My hopes" :) sorry about that! Mahamad Ali ElFakir

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