You Can’t Kiss a Bubble by Karen A. Wyle

Book Blurb:

What can you do with a bubble?

​​​​​​​Many children – and adults – find bubbles fascinating, even enchanting. And yet they’re so different from most things we enjoy, lasting only a few moments. This little book, with its lovely and whimsical illustrations, looks at both the charm and the transitory nature of bubbles, and reminds us that we can take joy even in the impermanent. 

I received this book for free from the author. All comments and opinions are entirely my own, and this is a voluntary review.

Lexi’s Review:

Children love bubbles, and they will love this book. The words flow smoothly and are easy to read, with the perfect amount of words on each page so that children can look at the illustrations, turn pages, and stay engaged. The cute, colorful illustrations portray positive interactions between diverse people in a community, which is important to me as a mom. This book also teaches gentleness and stillness by helping children to understand the fragility and evanescence of a bubble. 

I really enjoyed reading this short, sweet book by Karen Wyle, and I would recommend it to any parent or caregiver.

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