Synopses & Reviews
It's not so easy to keep a stiff upper lip when one has a wobbly bottom! A sweetly hilarious tale about learning to love oneself.
There was once a Queen, a beautiful and clever Queen, who was loved throughout her land. But when she looked in the mirror, when she wriggled her hips, the Queen was not happy, not happy at all, because her bottom wobbled just like raspberry jelly. When she offers a reward for a solution
to the royal wobble, hopeful candidates turn up in droves with cures of every kind. But none of them work, and the queen eventually discovers that real beauty comes from within. This sweet fable with an important message features a fantastic cast of characters. From a kangaroo personal trainer to a lumbering bear of a poet, there is a cavalry of animals on hand that attempt to de-wobbalize that bottom!
About the Author
Phillip Gwynne is the author of several picture books and young adult novels, including Born to Bake in the Aussie Bites series and Ruby Learns to Swim. Bruce Whatley is the illustrator of such picture books as Diary of a Wombat, The Teddy Bears' Picnic, and Wait! No Paint!