ISBN 9789380708966,Chhota Bheem in Bubble Trap - Vol. 82

Chhota Bheem in Bubble Trap - Vol. 82


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Green Gold Animation Pvt Ltd

Publication Year 2012

ISBN 9789380708966

ISBN-10 9380708963

Paper Back

Number of Pages 30 Pages
Language (English)

Literature fiction

It is a fine day and all the children are playing. The goons in the village are also having fun, playing with a set of mysterious and magical bubbles. They are huge and have a unique property: they trap any human being who taps or touches them, sometimes taking the poor and unfortunate prisoner with them to a far-away place. The goons decide to use this dangerous bubble to tease and upset Bheem and his friends. It so happens that Jaggu, one of Bheem's close friends ends up touching it and is left trapped inside. The bubble soon decides to fly away, taking the poor Jaggu along with it.

What will happen when Bheem comes to know of this incident, how will he manage to find the bubble, will he able to unravel the secret behind the bubble's mysterious and rather unfortunate quality, and will he able to find the culprits and most importantly, devise a way out, plan and successfully execute Jaggu's escape is the theme of this story.

Embark on this interesting and hilarious journey in Chhota Bheem In Bubble Trap - Vol. 82, with one of the most valiant cowboys in the village, Chhota Bheem, as he frees his dear friend Jaggu and punishes the goons.

Chhota Bheem In Bubble Trap - Vol. 82 was published by Green Gold in 2012 and is available in paperback.

Key Features:

Chhota Bheem is a well-known cowboy, who possesses admirable qualities such as bravery and loyalty for his friends and family.
The series is a popular literary work based on the adventures of a nine-year-old boy and his friends, Pyaari Chhutki, Jaggu Bandar and Mighty Raju and the local hooligans, Ustaad Kalia and Bholu and Dholu.