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Noodlehead Nightmares

Author: Tedd Arnold

Publisher: Holiday House

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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An easy-to-read graphic novel about two very funny brothers, from the guy behind Fly Guy and his storyteller friends. Mac and Mac, who love pie and hate making their beds, are hollow-headed. "See in here? Nothing! Zippo! Nada!" Mac explains. That’s why they're so easy to fool—and their clever friend Meatball isn't afraid to take advantage of that fact. Illustrated by Tedd Arnold, whose Fly Guy series is a kid favorite, this graphic novel is perfect for comic fans and reluctant readers, with short, funny chapters following Mac and Mac through ridiculous adventures. Full of wordplay, jokes, and slapstick humor, the Noodlehead series is sure to delight. Based on traditional world folktales and stories of fools, the Noodleheads also encourage critical thinking, inviting kids to use their noodles– spotting the holes in the brothers' grand plans, and anticipating how things will go awry. Source notes from professional storytellers Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss provide more information about the traditional stories that inspired Mac and Mac's mishaps, showing how these comic motifs feature in folklore and legends all around the world and offering opportunities for further reading. This easy-to-read series, including the Geisel Honor book Noodleheads See the Future, is an accessible introduction to stories of fools, and a great next read for fans of the Fly Guy books.

Noodlehead Nightmares

Author: Tedd Arnold et al.

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Page: 48

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Brothers Mac and Mac star in this collection of tales inspired by folktales about fools from around the world. Slapstick humor and puns abound as the duo comes up with wacky solutions for everyday problems. From SLJ: ''Great fun for newly independent readers and graphic novel newbies.''

Noodleheads Fortress of Doom

Author: Tedd Arnold

Publisher: Holiday House

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

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Mac and Mac may be noodles with empty heads, but they have big ideas: building a fortress! This vibrantly colorful graphic novel for easy readers hits the nail on the head with comedy. The Noodlehead brothers are back from the library with a joke book, a fantasy novel, and a dream: to build their very own Fortress of Doom. If they can stop bickering for long enough. And if they can defend it from their wily friend Meatball. Jump right in with this fourth title in an easy-to-read graphic novel series about more than two hollow pastas trying to have fun. Award-winning storytellers Mitch Weiss and Martha Hamilton join Tedd Arnold, author of the Fly Guy series, to create a masterpiece of hilarity. This easy-to-read series, including the Geisel Honor book Noodleheads See the Future, is an accessible introduction to stories of fools, and a great next read for fans of the Fly Guy books. With short, funny chapters full of wordplay, jokes, and slapstick humor, the Noodleheads series is sure to delight. Based on traditional world folktales and stories of fools, the Noodleheads also encourage critical thinking, inviting kids to use their noodles- spotting the holes in the brothers' grand plans, and anticipating how things will go awry.

Noodleheads See the Future

Author: Tedd Arnold

Publisher: Holiday House

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 48

View: 459

Tedd Arnold—the guy who does Fly Guy—and his storyteller friends are bringing folktale tomfoolery into the 21st Century, with this Geisel Honor-winning companion to Noodlehead Nightmares. Although Mac and Mac are as hollow-headed as, well, noodles, they're always coming up with brilliant schemes. For instance, they're absolutely certain Mom will bake them a cake if they gather some firewood for her. But when their friend Meatball offers to trade them a handful of firewood seeds, the gullible brothers can't foresee what will happen next. . . Illustrated by Tedd Arnold, whose Fly Guy series is a kid favorite, this graphic novel is perfect for comic fans and reluctant readers, with short, funny chapters following Mac and Mac through ridiculous adventures. Full of wordplay, jokes, and slapstick humor, the Noodlehead series is sure to delight. Based on traditional world folktales and stories of fools, the Noodleheads also encourage critical thinking, inviting kids to use their noodles– spotting the holes in the brothers' grand plans, and anticipating how things will go awry. Source notes from professional storytellers Martha Hamilton and Mitch Weiss provide more information about the traditional stories that inspired Mac and Mac's mishaps, showing how these comic motifs feature in folklore and legends all around the world and offering opportunities for further reading. This easy-to-read series is an accessible introduction to stories of fools, and a great next read for fans of the Fly Guy books. A Junior Library Guild selection!

Noodle Head

Author: Jonathan Kebbe

Publisher: Random House

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 272

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DOPED UP AND LOCKED UP - OR FREE? Marcus King - Noodle Head to his friends - is coming to the end of his six-month stint at the Dovedale Home for Young Offenders. He's settled down and he's taking his meds - even if they do dull his senses and leave him unable to think straight. Still, the staff seem to think that's what an overactive, excitable boy needs - just a good dose of Kalmasol. He's even managed to make some pretty good friends amongst all the wild and difficult boys at the home. Ratso, Shelly and Ravi are a pretty odd gang but they do stick together. But everything goes wrong during Hare and Hounds - a torturous and cruel chase game the boys are forced to play. Marcus is back in trouble again. Now he's stuck at Dovedale for another stint - and who knows when they'll let him out now? A day out with their favourite teacher, Miss Wonderland sends Marcus's situation spiralling even lower - now only a drastic solution will do...

The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter

Author: Mary Ellen Dennis

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

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Category: Fiction

Page: 512

View: 645

"This wonderful retelling of Alfred Noyes's The Highwayman, is quite simply, remarkable." -Booklist starred review And the highwayman came riding, riding, riding... Elizabeth Wyndham is a rarity-a young lady who writes novels-bestsellers in fact. But with her sharp tongue and quick temper, she's nothing like her vapid, charming heroines. Rand Remington is an ex-soldier disillusioned with England's less-than-honorable nobility. By day a gentleman, by night he robs the rich to try to make life better for the poor. Rand and Elizabeth are drawn inexorably together, until the fateful night when the men trying to capture Rand use Elizabeth as living bait...Based on the beloved poem about two timeless lovers who would die for each other... "A swift and bawdy tale...and manages a happy ending as well." -Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author of Never Less Than a Lady "A fast pace, fluid writing, and an exceptionally well-crafted plot..." -Library Journal "An exhilarating romp throughout 18th century England, with adventure at every turn and spine-tingling suspense." -Midwest Book Review

Nightmare!

Author: Francesca Simon

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

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Number One for Fiendish Fun! This book contains a TERRIFYING nightmare, a demon dinner lady, a mother's day disaster and a CRAZY cat! Four utterly hilarious and totally brilliant Horrid Henry stories by Francesca Simon, with illustrations by Tony Ross. An irresistible introduction to reading for pleasure.

Noodlehead stories from around the world

Author: Moritz Adolph Jagendorf

Publisher: Random House Childrens Books

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Category: Fiction

Page: 302

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Sixty-four humorous stories from thirty-six countries offer an introduction to the humor of the world.

Fix This Mess!

Author: Tedd Arnold

Publisher: Holiday House

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 24

View: 815

A funny story about a boy, a robot, and a BIG, BIG mess! This Level D book is perfect for kindergarten readers. From the creator of the widely popular Fly Guy books! "Fix this mess!" Jake tells Robug. But Robug just makes things worse. Robug finally figures out how to fix the mess—but it's not what Jake expected. Tedd Arnold's illustrations of Robug's frantic efforts are laugh-out-loud funny, as Robug tries again and again to fix the mess—stirring up clouds of dust, old pizza boxes, and banana peels, and leaving Jake's cat more and more confused as he bounces from the couch to the top of the television. Fix This Mess! is an International Literacy Association-CBC Children’s Choice The award-winning I Like to Read® series focuses on guided reading levels A through G, based upon Fountas and Pinnell standards. Acclaimed author-illustrators--including winners of Caldecott, Theodor Seuss Geisel, and Coretta Scott King honors—create original, high quality illustrations that support comprehension of simple text and are fun for kids to read with parents, teachers, or on their own! Suitable for late kindergarten readers, Level D books feature wider vocabulary, longer sentences, and greater variety in sentence structure than Levels A, B, and C. When Level D is mastered, follow up with Level E.

Camp and Field Life of the Fifth New York Volunteer Infantry

(Duryee Zouaves.)

Author: Alfred Davenport

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Category: Electronic book

Page: 485

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