Bubloo is a sweet, but little overweight boy from Pakistan who loves desi sweets. His Mother, Maira, prays to God to helpBubloo with his eating habits to avoid weight gain and become healthy mithai.
God heard her prayer and sent angels in Bubloo’s dream to change his eating habits.
The dream bubble started to play like a movie. The angels found a sweet callled a Jalebi
The angels found a yellow sweet with rainbow dots called a Laddu, they chanted "Laddundize”, turning it alive.
I found another yellow it's called a Petha, said Bangel boringly
Three little barfis came out of the counter and each of them sang a different tune.
My name is Harper, Lalilalila!,” My name is Anger, angery agery anger
Bubloo was still hungry. He saw very colorful cute balls, named Chum Cham. He reached out to grab the box, AIT pointed his wand
“What do we do now?” The angels discussed with each other, “We need to challenge Bubloo, so let’s use this mithai over there.”
Welcome to Sweetmart Book Series
Zaryan (12), Ayan (11), Zariya (10), and Aaima (7) are four siblings (ZAZA) happily living in New Jersey,USA with their parents and grandmother. After writing their first book, Angelo’s Candy Dream (2021) in covid times, ZAZA decided to write their second children book (Bubloo’s Dream Bubble) about one more important kids`health topic of healthy eating and childhood obesity. ZAZA hopes that,”Bubloo's Bubble dream” book will help children to learn about the benefits of healthy eating and avoiding excessive sweets as a child in a fun learning way. ZAZA also hopes that doctors, children's health counselors, parents, and teachers will find this book as an additional reading material to entertain and send a healthy eating message to all kids at risk for weight gain and childhood obesity in the world. ZAZA plans to roll out a school play for the book as well. And, the great news is that ZAZA has already plans for the third book in a trilogy of the Sweet mark book series, "Donut Doctor” and feels awesome about the future. Long live children!
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