Beep Beep Bubbie reviewed by the Jewish Book Council

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Beep Beep Bubbie has been reviewed by the Jewish Book Council:

“Over­com­ing fear of Bubbie’s scoot­er eas­es the way to over­com­ing oth­er asso­ci­at­ed anx­i­eties. Now the chil­dren are open to new rela­tion­ships; no need to be inhib­it­ed, for exam­ple, with a child in a wheel­chair — here is the pos­si­bil­i­ty of a new friend. Lit­er­a­ture is anoth­er use­ful tool for broad­en­ing expe­ri­ences; a biog­ra­phy of Frances Willard, who fought for women to have the right to vote over a hun­dred years ago and who rode a bicy­cle to show the skep­tics of her time that women can do any­thing, helps put Bubbie’s new lifestyle in a broad­er con­text. Beep Beep Bub­bie is not only charm­ing, it is help­ful in teach­ing chil­dren to nav­i­gate a world where abil­i­ties may some­times dimin­ish but the appetite for adven­ture and the pos­si­bil­i­ties for find­ing mean­ing in life can con­tin­ue to flourish.”

Read the full review here.