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Noah's Noodles

2.50  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Noah's Noodles is a slippery story of food and fun for younger children, especially toddlers, preschoolers and children learning to read.

As all parents know, mealtime is an adventure for kids, especially during the early years. And by adventure, I really mean an explosion of food. Written in rhyme, Noah's Noodles will appeal to any child who loves food adventures. Noah's
Kindle Edition, 20 pages
Published November 18th 2012 by Frankenscript Press
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Bonnie Ferrante
Nov 13, 2015 rated it liked it
Noah's Noodles tells the story of a toddler enjoying a plate of spaghetti. He ties the noodles in knots, winds them around his thumbs, and spins them like a lasso. The child's delight is clear.

The illustrations are bright, simple, and cartoonish. The zany noodles dominate each page. Noah is presented as a happy, endearing child.

The book would benefit from more variation in illustrations. Different viewpoints and composition would spark better visual interest. When "Noah throws a sticky rope to l
Kirsten Jany
Nov 28, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Anyone who has ever raised a toddler knows kids’ fascination with messes, particularly with food. Noah’s Noodles capitalizes on this appeal to young children and details a young boy making a big mess with his plate of spaghetti. While not focusing on big moral issues or teaching essential things like colors or shapes, the book will make a good bedtime story, and I’m sure your toddler will get some giggles. But maybe that’s the problem with an adult reviewing a children’s book, the emphasis on al ...more
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