Sam and Molly were twins. Everything they did, they did with double the enthusiasm… and mischief.
Their Grampa liked to try to keep them out of trouble. Whenver they fought with each other, he would help them settle their differences. One way he tried to keep them happy was by giving them jars of Double Bubbles – he thought they fit the twins perfectly, because each wand blew TWO bubles, instead of just ONE.
The twins enjoyed the bubbles so much, that they talked their Grampa into taking them to the bubble factory. Here they found not only scope for the imagination, but also for their mischief…
The Bubble Factory is a whimsical location where new kinds of bubbles are invented and tested. Molly and Sam manage to infiltrate themselves into the Bubble Lab and create a new kind of bubble – bubbles that turn into whatever you wish them to be! Everyone is very pleased with Molly and Sam for creating these wish bubbles, even though they trespassed and misbehaved to get them.
Conclusion. So-so. I prefer some of dePaola’s other books.
Review © 2015 Laura Verret