Terry Gatsby is desperate to win the Super Bike in the bubblegum blowing contest at the school fete. All he has to do is practise and he's sure he'll be the winner. Problem is, he can't seem to keep out of trouble, and now his dad, the local police sergeant, has given him his last warning: stay out of strife or no bubblegum blowing competition. So it's up to Terry to prove he can be useful. With the help of some magical bubblegum he uncovers a plot by the town mayor to demolish his school and Terry sets out to help his dad catch the crooks in the act. He soon discovers that flying around in giant bubbles, getting sucked up people's noses, being invisible and mind-melding with seagulls can have serious consequences. A cautionary tale about wish fulfilment, Bubble Gatsby is also about learning to look at life from a very different perspective.