Official Review: Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams

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Re: Official Review: Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams

Post by Falconcrest » 25 Oct 2019, 21:04

These are the types of books I love to read to my daughter, and I will. This book seems to encourage the young bookworms to explore the possibility of having a ferret as a pet, and I really that position. Thanks for an interesting and very informative review.

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Post by Rajanis » 25 Oct 2019, 21:09

This story is about a ferret exploring new spaces and friendship. The attractive illustrations will surely encourage children to read. Thanks for the review.

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Post by navyapindi » 25 Oct 2019, 21:25

The idea of having ferret as a pet seems fascinating. Children can enjoy while reading going through the illustrations and know more about ferrets. Great review. Congrats on BOTD!

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Post by Scerakor » 25 Oct 2019, 21:27

The unique tale of chubby, combining illustrations with photographs, sounds like an excellent way to connect with kids.

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Post by AA1495 » 25 Oct 2019, 21:34

I understand your point about the detail of the plot. I am glad that you liked the book overall though. Congrats to the author on the 3/4 rating.

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Post by Miss_BeckyG » 25 Oct 2019, 21:56

This is a lovely way to teach kids about ferrets, especially those who have never encountered them. Glad the book has photographs rather than illustrations. I do hope the book gets improved as I am sure more adults and kids will enjoy the story.
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Post by Nerea » 25 Oct 2019, 21:59

I didn't find children books appealing before, but the more I read the books the more I'm attracted to them. I like that the book is unique and different from other children book, as mentioned in the review. I will read the book. Great review.
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Post by OliviaLouise » 25 Oct 2019, 22:01

I like the idea of photo-illustrations in a kid’s book. I will check this one out! Great review!

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Post by Chrystal Oaks » 25 Oct 2019, 22:24

A children's book with photographs of a ferret where Chubby has lost his friend, Coco, sounds like a cute book. I've never had a ferret as a pet but this book is bound to encourage children and parents to consider them. Great review!
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Post by Dolor » 25 Oct 2019, 22:31

Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams is an illustrated #ChildrensBook about a #Ferret's #Adventures. It features Chubby, a ferret that moves in a new home and tries to find a missing fellow ferret named Coco.


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Post by ellieonline03 » 25 Oct 2019, 22:41

Adjusting to a new family whole looking for your missing old friend must be tough! I look forward to reading more of this book.
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Post by Chef cherry » 25 Oct 2019, 22:45

I think the writer should use a more appealing character for a children's book and something more relatable, personally the story should have made the ferret finding his long lost friend a key factor.

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Post by Kelyn » 25 Oct 2019, 22:48

I love ferrets, though I've had to content myself by playing with the pair belonging to a friend. (I'm afraid they wouldn't get along well with my cats. I agree with your comments about having photographs to accompany the illustrations. It's a wonderful idea for those children who have never seen a ferret. I'm going to have to look this one up for my Grandson. Thanks for the review!
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Post by supernatural143 » 25 Oct 2019, 23:01

In "Chubby Wubbles", M. J. Abrams weaves a fascinating tale for children. It is about Chubby, a ferret trying to find his fellow ferret named Coco.

#Ferret #Adventures #Pets #ChildrensBook

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Post by Susmita Biswas » 25 Oct 2019, 23:19

Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams is such a cute book with such a sweet story about two friends. I always feel good when I read children's book. Congratulations on #botd.
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