Doc McStuffins Boomer Gets His Bounce Back Review (Golden Books)

What It Is

In the book Doc McStuffins Boomer Gets His Bounce Back, Doc McStuffins helps a soccer ball named Boomer bounce again. The story is based on the episode "Busted Boomer" from the popular Disney Junior series. The book is adapted by Andrea Posner-Sanchez with illustrations by Mike Wall. This 24-page Little Golden Book re-tells the story of the deflated soccer ball Boomer who just needs a little more air to bouncing again. But when Doc McStuffins tries to inflate Boomer with the air pump, Boomer runs off. Turns out, he's afraid of needles. But all the toys give Boomer big hugs to help him be brave while Doc inflates him. And once it's all done, Boomer is ready to bounce.

Is It Fun?

This Little Golden Book allows preschoolers to enjoy a favorite Doc McStuffins episode in book format. The book features great illustrations of all the characters from the show. For kids who can relate to Boomer's fear of needles, this story might help them learn how to be brave at their next doctor's visit.

Who It’s For

Doc McStuffins Boomer Gets His Bounce Back is for ages 2–5.

What To Be Aware Of

Kids can read about more of their favorite Disney Junior characters through additional Little Golden Books that feature Sofia the First and Jake and the Never Land Pirates. Each book is sold separately.

  • Quality

  • Read-it-Again Score

  • Fun-and-Learning

  • Doc McStuffins Boomer Gets His Bounce Back published by Golden Books
  • Written by: Andrea Posner-Sanchez
  • Illustrated by: Mike Wall
  • We recommend this book for kids ages 2 and up