Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum by Lisa WheelerSoon to be released by Purple House Press in hardcover!
Bubble gum, bubble gum,
Chewy-gooey bubble gum,
Icky-Sticky bubble gum,
Melting in the road.
Along comes a toad, a shrew, a goose, and more wacky animals who get stuck in the gooey-ooey mess. How will they escape when a big blue truck comes straight toward them?
Written in lively, lyrical rhyme and accompanied by hilarious, colorful illustrations, Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum is an irresistible picture book for reading aloud. If your kids like the Wonky Donkey, they’ll love Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum!
For the 2017 Michigan Reads! program the Library of Michigan selected Bubble Gum, Bubble Gum written by Lisa Wheeler and illustrated by Laura Huliska-Beith and distributed 4,000 copies throughout libraries in Michigan.
Michigan Reads is a program modeled after “One Book, One Community” and is intended to support the development of early literacy skills as a foundation to future reading and success in school and beyond.
CHEWING-GUM AND BUBBLE-GUM
Special Offers. Bubble gum is a childhood favorite. The combination of sweetness, messiness and noise is irresistible to many kids. Parents, however, should be concerned not only about what types of gum their children chew, but also how often and how long the gum is in their mouths. Chewing gum can affect teeth positively and negatively. Gum sweetened with sugar, like most bubble-producing varieties are, can create cavities in teeth by reacting with the bacteria in dental plaque to produce enamel-eroding acids. Gum sweetened with sugar can do significant damage because it doesn't dissolve, and can get pressed against teeth for longer periods of time than candy.
Bubble Gum Ball Maze. In this rollicking tale, a blob of pink bubble gum melting in the middle of the road causes big trouble for five animals that get stuck in the "chewy-gooey icky-sticky" mess. Wheeler's snappy rhyming verse, loaded with silly words and onomatopoeia, begs to be read aloud: "Yuck! The Shrew's stuck, too! Creative variations in size, style, and placement of text add visual excitement, as do the bold colors and patterns of Huliska-Beith's acrylic-and-fabric collage illustrations. Wildly exaggerated expressions and body language enhance the slapstick nature of the story and provide plot clues for pre-readers who are paging through on their own.
Bubblegum pop also known as bubblegum music or simply bubblegum is a genre of pop music with an upbeat sound contrived and marketed to appeal to pre-teens and teenagers , which may be produced in an assembly-line process, driven by producers and often using unknown singers. Bubblegum's classic period ran from to The genre was predominantly a singles phenomenon rather than an album-oriented one. Acts were typically manufactured in the studio using session musicians, and most bubblegum pop groups were one-hit wonders. Singer Tommy Roe , arguably, had the most bubblegum hits of any artist during this period, notably 's " Dizzy ". The chief characteristics of the genre are that it is pop music contrived and marketed to appeal to pre-teens and teenagers, is produced in an assembly-line process, is driven by producers, often uses unknown singers, and has an upbeat sound.
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Today's Wonder of the Day features a substance that's both chewy and sweet. Most kids consider it to be a real treat. Whatever you do, though, don't swallow it! It's not something you eat. What are we talking about? Bubble gum , of course! If you're a fan of bubble gum, you know how much fun it can be to chew.
Bubblegum music--the basic sound of rock minus the thread of rage, fear, and violence that has run through it since the early hits of Elvis Presley and Bill Haley--assured the spread of rock consciousness to the preteen audience. The genre appropriated the calculated innocence and sometimes authentic tenderness of the teen idols, adding a slice of garage band rock and the flavor of pop rock novelties e. The songs typically consisted of nursery rhymes set to simple, repetitious music. Many of the artists were fictitious entities employed as a front for a core collection of session musicians. The immediate ancestors of bubblegum included Tommy James and the Shondells and the television sitcom stars, the Monkees.