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Hubble Bubble: The Glorious Granny Bake Off!

Publishers

UK (C'wealth) Nosy Crow
China China Central Radio & TV University Press Publication Planning Centre
Israel Korim Publishing House
Romania Corint Books
Russia Strecoza Publishing
Turkey Marti Yayincicik
USA Candlewick Press

Rights

World Rights With UK Publisher
Film Rights With UK Publisher

Classification

Age Range 6+
Category Fiction
ISBN-10: 0857632221
ISBN-13: 978-0857632227
Illustrator: Joe Berger

A FABULOUS NEW SERIES FOR EARLY READERS FROM THE CREATOR OF THE HIGHLY-ACCLAIMED HUBBLE BUBBLE PICTURE BOOKS

A bewitching brew of domestic dottiness, fizzy fun and chuckle-inducing charm, this delightful series about a little girl and her rather unusual granny (whisper it – she’s a witch!) is ideal for newly independent readers with a thirst for magic and mayhem. In these three hilarious stories, Pandora’s granny brings comic chaos to a televised bake off, delightful disaster to a school fair and tons of trouble to a stately home! But she puts everything right in the end, with a bit of help from Pandora. Everyone loves Granny, especially her long-suffering granddaughter!

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As Granny got on with her mixing, Pandora glanced across the room. Tilda was baking a lemon sponge. She had a big bowl of lemons on the table. On Gwendolyn’s table were dozens of carrots, so Pandora guessed that she was making a carrot cake. They seemed to be getting on very well. Merlin was a whizz with the carrot peeler and Opal was born to squeeze lemons. Pandora just hoped Granny’s butterfly cakes worked out. When the cakes had been baked they were decorated. Tilda iced hers with sparkly white icing, then popped curls of lemon peel on top. Gwendolyn covered her cake with swirly cream cheese and fondant carrots. They had either been practising, thought Pandora, or they baked without magic a lot because their cakes looked very yummy indeed. Granny’s cakes didn’t look nearly so good. They were rather lopsided and burned round the edges. “It’s OK!” beamed Granny. “I’ve not finished yet!” Her toppings were going to blow the judges away… On the windowsill behind Granny was a pot of flowers covered in big, bright butterflies. What better to decorate butterfly cakes than real butterflies! Grinning, Granny opened the window and snipped off some of the flowers, being careful not to disturb the butterflies on top. She popped the flowers on to each of her cakes. “Ta-daaaa!” she beamed, as the butterflies’ wings made her cakes look very beautiful. “No!”

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