Cover Image: Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and Lots and Lots of Noodles

Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and Lots and Lots of Noodles

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What a delightful book for young and old. We enjoyed this children's book very much. It was a fun read, with adorable illustrations. Grab your copy for the kids or the classroom -- Snoodles, Kidoodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles is sure to be a hit!
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Although the end of the story was a bit confusing, I found this story adorable. The imagination involved is astounding and pleasing. I would read this to a class with joy.
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If you are looking for something to read your kids to, tap their imagination, and encourage them to ask questions, this is the perfect book....the illustration is amazing too!
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I'm afraid this one just didn't land for me. I thought the book was going to address global warming. I expected some good pasta puns. I didn't understand making sauerkraut and kimchi so smelly no one wanted to be around it and the grumpy character gets happy but why?? Felt a bit unfinished and confusing.
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A very nice read and enjoyable for all ages. Anything is possible in this futuristic story. I enjoyed the fact that the story raises concern about the environment and how everyone should work towards finding new solutions to diminish pollution.
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Set in the near future where cars are powered by noodles, this odd but enjoyable book tells the story of a world where noodles are part of everyday life. The story includes lots of words that rhyme with noodle and involves a crime related to an art piece made of noodles. A villain is the inventor of cars powered by sauerkraut who is upset by all of the attention going to noodles. 

I think young children would find this book funny and weird, and would enjoy this imaginary future. Additionally, the story does bring up environmental concerns and the importance of finding solutions. I think this book would be great in a k-4 classroom and potentially for children older or younger as well. As a grade 3 teacher I think my students would read and enjoy this book. 

Thank you Netgalley and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book!
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Starting off, I enjoyed the Pasta Newspapers. The Pasta Puns are fantastic, and the story is fun in a way. There is no clear-cut moral at the end, everyone just ends up happy and all's well that ends well (at least it looks like they solved global warming.) The art was nice and very easy to see details, but some pages were unnaturally wordy compared to others. The story doesn't feel complete to me, although I liked turning the pages, I doubt I'd read it again.

Thank you Mascot Kids and NetGalley for the ARC.
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