Hubble Bubble Granny Trouble

“I took her to the pet shop to choose a ‘normal’ pet… No fangs, no warts, no burps, no smells – as nice as you could get!”

What if your gran was always wearing funny hats? And had a huge menagerie of cats and frogs and bats? Would you want her to be normal? Or would you love her just as she is? Embarrassed by her grandmother’s magical antics, a little girl tries to turn her into the perfect ‘normal’ granny. But normal quickly turns out to be quite boring! Wouldn’t it be more fun to cook up a big pot of gloop with Granny’s witchy friends after all? A riotous and magically funny rhyme about accepting other people’s differences, illustrated by the award-winning World Book Day artist Joe Berger.

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  • Awards

    Tracey Corderoy has won the Hillingdon and Hounslow Book Awards.

  • Awards

    Joe Berger was named a Booktrust Best New Illustrator in 2011.

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