Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles and Lots and Lots of Noodles
Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles is the story of a car called a Snoodle, the people who love it, and even those who don’t. A Snoodle is a car that runs on noodles. You put noodles in the Snoodle with a sauce of your choice. You drive around all day and when you get home you have a nice plate of noodles from your Snoodle. Genius, right? The inventor of the Snoodle, Mr. Snoodleman, opened the Snoodle Kidoodle Noodle Art Museum in honor of the Snoodle after his invention took off. A famous artist named Noodle McDoodle creates the Kidoodle Lisa to go on display in the art museum. People line up for hours just to see the Kidoodle Lisa.
Mr. Croodleman, inventor of the Kraut mobile, does not like the Snoodle or its creator, Mr. Snoodleman. The Kraut mobile runs on sauerkraut and is efficient but very stinky. Nobody really likes the Kraut mobile, except Mr. Croodleman. One day, Mr. Croodleman decides to sabotage the Kidoodle Lisa. He sneaks past the guards into the museum and pours sauerkraut all over the beloved piece of art. Little does he realize the trouble his actions would cause.
When Mr. Snoodleman arrives the next day and sees the masterpiece destroyed, he is forced to close the Snoodle Kidoodle Noodle Art Museum as he looks for a way to have the Kidoodle Lisa restored. Mr. Snoodleman takes the Kidoodle Lisa to a well-known art restorer, Pierre Le Toodle. Le Toodle works on trying to restore the Kidoodle Lisa tirelessly. Many people try to discourage him, but he continues to try until one day, he gives up. Once he goes to sleep, his poodle licks all of the sauerkraut off the Lisa Kidoodle until the masterpiece is back to its original condition! Who knew it could be so simple? Pierre le Toodle and his poodle became famous. The Snoodle Kidoodle Noodle Art Museum is able to reopen and everyone is happy… even Mr. Croodleman!
Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles is a whimsical, cute book with lots of funny words and an engaging story. This book is perfect for young children ages three to six. It has funny rhyming words that make it great to read aloud and a comical storyline that kept me wanting to keep reading. For kids who are still learning to read, the book has very subtle but easy to learn vocabulary associations that can help small children better learn how to read. The funny words and rhyming patterns can help with developing vocabulary.
I can see my four-year-old cousin getting such a kick out of reading Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles. I definitely recommend this book as an addition to your young reader’s library… this is a story that little kids will love and their parents and grandparents will love reading with them!
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