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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Tommy misses his Grandma Betty. She has gone to heaven. Milo, Tommy's dog, also misses her. Grandma Betty laughed a lot and she went for bike rides with Tommy. Tommy's neighbor Miss Ellie also comes to the park. She brings lemonade and cookies and a dog biscuit for Milo. Miss Ellie speaks about robots and anthills and Tommy finds conversing with her fun and interesting. One day when Miss Ellie sees Tommy, she feels he is sad. Tommy tells her how much he misses his Grandma Betty. Miss Ellie tells him how grandmas in heaven and grandmas on earth can communicate. She also tells him that she is a member of the Top Secret Grandmas Communication Club and how grandmas send down magic bubbles with hugs and kisses while he and Milo are sleeping
Heaven's Magic Bubble Machine by T.L. Yuki is a beautiful story that captures the love of grandmothers for their grandchildren. The idea of having a magic bubble machine is exciting and fascinating for young readers. The story is expressed in a magical way and the colorful illustrations breathe life into the concept and the characters, giving the story a good pace and movement. It is an excellent bedtime storytelling book for parents and grandparents to read out to their children and grandchildren. The story is also good for reading aloud and storytelling sessions in classrooms and school libraries as there will be many children missing their grandmas like Tommy. The idea of a magic bubble machine will make them happy!