Monday, May 13, 2013
Bubble Trouble by Wanda E. Brunstetter
Bubble Trouble is a good Amish story for young kids about twins who worry a lot about simple and complex things. It is a clean story that can be enjoyed at any age. This is the third book of the series but only the first one I have read. I also love the cover.
Mattie and Mark Miller are nine year old twins. They are normal children who like to play, go to school, love their pets, enjoy their lives but also worry about things. They are a little different in that they don't watch t.v., play video games, listen to radio and drive in cars. They ride a bike built for two or walk to school.
Mattie is good at playing ball, likes her dog, is terrible at spelling.
Mark is smart and likes big words. He is not good at baseball. He enjoys his cats, and teasing his sister.
When they worry or scared they pray for help and turn their problems over to God.
This gives a good look at the Amish life for kids. I enjoyed reading Bubble Trouble and will continue to read books by Wanda E. Brunstetter.
I was given this ebook to read and asked to give honest review of it by Netgalley.
05/01/2013 PUB. Barbour Publishing, Inc. 160 pages ISBN:1620291487
Description below taken off of Netgalley.
Twins Mattie and Mark Miller experience Bubble Troubles in their Holmes County, Ohio, community. Whether they’re worrying over lost dogs, scary storms, or falling through the ice, the energetic nine-year-olds just can’t seem to shake their feelings of uneasiness and uncertainty. Will Mattie and Mark learn the value of turning their worries over to God before it’s too late? Eight- to twelve-year-old readers will fall in love with the third book in this brand-new series from bestselling author, Wanda E. Brunstetter.