Troubles With Bubbles

Troubles With Bubbles

Book - 1998
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The zoo animals hate being dirty so, equipped with towels and other bathing necessities, they go to the zookeeper and ask for her help. "I am dirty. I want to be clean", they each tell her.

Handing each one a bar of soap, she instructs them to go to the tub "and wash with soap". But as more and more bubbles creep into the story, it becomes obvious that there is some serious trouble at the tub. Faced with a mountain of suds that covers the zoo, the keeper realizes the animals have used too much soap. Adding more water solves the problem and the animals get back to their scrubbing with enthusiasm. "Thank you", they call. "Now we are clean".

Bianchi and Edwards once again create a hilarious and silly story from one of children's favorite themes bath -- time.

Publisher: Kingston, Ont. : Bungalo Books, c1998.
ISBN: 9780921285632
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill.
Additional Contributors: Bianchi, John


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