Ruby and Bubbles

Ruby and Bubbles

Rosie Winstead / Feb 23, 2020

Ruby and Bubbles Making a fancy feathery fabulous debut Winstead offers an endearing tale of what it takes to be a friend who s true blue and yellow in this story about Ruby and her best friend a little bird named

  • Title: Ruby and Bubbles
  • Author: Rosie Winstead
  • ISBN: 9780803730243
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Making a fancy, feathery, fabulous debut, Winstead offers an endearing tale of what it takes to be a friend who s true blue and yellow in this story about Ruby and her best friend, a little bird named Bubble Full color.

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        Rosie Winstead Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Ruby and Bubbles book, this is one of the most wanted Rosie Winstead author readers around the world.


    1. I'm fast becoming a fan of Winstead's quirky-cute-chic illustrations and the cover art on this won me over immediately. The story itself is decent, all about how you should appreciate your friends for who they are and that it's always best to be true to yourself. Humorous, too.

    2. Aside from some adorable illustrations of the bird in a roller skate and parachute, I wasn't terribly impressed the first time around. But this book gets points for subtlety. Bubbles the bird doesn't fly, but he's still Ruby's best friend. Winstead casually makes the point that penguins and ostriches don't fly either without pounding a message of tolerance over the child reader's head. Not every message is so subtle, mind you. There is one heavy-handed moment in particular where Ruby says (with [...]

    3. Sometimes I stumble across a gem that I missed along the way. Ruby and Bubbles is just such a gem. Ruby is at that icky, in-between stage of life: not little and not big and not quite certain what to do with herself but quite sure that she doesn't want to be friends with Bratty Hatty and Mean Maureen. Ruby's dream of a best friend comes true the day she buys Bubbles, a gold and green dream of a bird. Of course there is the inevitable conflict between the good guys, Ruby and Bubbles, and the bad [...]

    4. Ruby is a "grown-up" little girl. She has her own business (a lemonade stand) and twins (2 favorite dolls). She also has a nemesis: Bratty Hatty and her best friend, Mean Maureen. These two girls taunt her all the time. When Ruby acquires a bird as a pet, names him Bubbles and throws him a bird-day party, Hatty and Maureen are invited, only because Ruby's mother made her. Hatty and Maureen immediately begin to tease Ruby that her bird can't even fly. Ruby attempts to teach Bubbles on her own how [...]

    5. Who ever said your best friend had to be a person?! Ruby is lucky to find Bubbles, her pet bird, when she is sad from being bullied by Mean Maureen and Bratty Hatty. Young children, especially girls, can relate to this story because unfortunately many children are bullied and feel alone sometimes. I really liked the writer's "craft" that this author used becuase it seemed like it was truly written for young children to read and in a way that they could understand and relate to. This book was ver [...]

    6. My cousin, Rosie Winstead did an excellent job on this book. I used to read it when I was little with my mom, thinking that the book was about me. I think the story is just very cute and is a well done children's book.

    7. this is such a fantastic, unconventional tale that, when coupled with the unique illustrations, lends itself to reading over and over and again. my son constantly pulls this one off the shelf to read and my wife and i love it too.

    8. I absolutely adored the quirky, almost-John-Held-Jr. style of illustration in this book. Sadly, the story was only so-so.

    9. I'm biased because Rosie Winstead is my husband's cousin by marriage, and I think she's one of coolest people in the history of cool cats, but this book is honestly really rad.

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