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Noodle

Noodle The landmark collaboration of two of children s books most beloved talents Ludwig Bemelmans and Munro Leaf available again Noodle is a little dog who s very long from front to back and very short fr

  • Title: Noodle
  • Author: Munro Leaf Ludwig Bemelmans
  • ISBN: 9780590043090
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The landmark collaboration of two of children s books most beloved talents, Ludwig Bemelmans and Munro Leaf, available again Noodle is a little dog who s very long from front to back and very short from top to bottom, which makes it hard for him to dig for bones One day Noodle finds a wishbone, and the dog fairy arrives with a flip flap of wings to grant him a wish WhatThe landmark collaboration of two of children s books most beloved talents, Ludwig Bemelmans and Munro Leaf, available again Noodle is a little dog who s very long from front to back and very short from top to bottom, which makes it hard for him to dig for bones One day Noodle finds a wishbone, and the dog fairy arrives with a flip flap of wings to grant him a wish What size and shape do you want to be Noodle asks all the animals at the zoo what he should wish for, only to discover he might just be perfect exactly the way he is.Originally published in 1937 by children s book greats Ludwig Bemelmans and Munro Leaf, NOODLE is a classic with a quiet wisdom that continues to hold true today.

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    1. Munro Leaf Ludwig Bemelmans says:
      Munro Leaf, author and illustrator of dozens of children s books, is best remembered for his signature character, Ferdinand, the Spanish bull who preferred smelling flowers to fighting in a ring in Spain Composed in less than an hour one Sunday afternoon in 1935, the book sparked controversy With the Spanish Civil War raging, political critics charged that it was a satirical attack on aggression In Germany, the book was burned in India, Ghandi called it his favorite Even today, Ferdinand continues to charm children around the world the story has been translated into over 60 languages.

    Comment 565 on “Noodle

    1. Shiloah says:
      We enjoyed a new to us classic children s book this morning Noodle is a Dachshund on a journey to discover that he really is perfect just as he is.

    2. Gavin says:
      The story of Noodle brought to you by the creator of Ferdinand and the creator of Madeline What could be better than a dog story by these two Worthy of any child s collection, and a fine learning moral to be found within.

    3. Siskiyou-Suzy says:
      What a cute little book though I think that if Noodle had any sense, he d think about correcting the problems that plague him You know, like being a little taller or a little shorter, instead of thinking only of zoo animals Noodle isn t that smart But he learns to be happy with what he has, and that s a decent message since, you know, fairy dogmothers aren t real and you kinda have to accept your height.

    4. Sophie says:
      Oh I wish I could say I liked this book without any hesitation and give it at least three stars, but I can t It was cute, and I m all for self acceptance morals, but this was lacking just a smidge I would have really liked to see two pages to show why Noodle decided his size worked for him rather than implying that because other animals are suited for their shapes, he must be too Leaf just doesn t bridge that gap with his story.

    5. Nancy Kotkin says:
      A classic I remember fondly from my childhood Wordy by today s picture book standards, but then it was originally published in 1937 The conclusion comes about a bit too rapidly, without showing Noodle s thought process that leads to his decision Theme is self acceptance.

    6. Emerson and Theodore says:
      Noodle is a dachshund who thinks he would like to be taller so that he can dig better bones But in the end he decides to stay just as he is Lesson of being comfortable in your own skin Saw this book at the ny museum on bemelman Artwork is simplistic.



    7. Treasure says:
      Aaaawwww It combines 3 of my favorite things children reading, dachshunds, and self acceptance Yay What a great book for self esteem building, and what an adorable puppy



    8. Jen says:
      cute story line about accepting oneself the way you already are The pictures were ok.

    9. Sally says:
      There s a moral to his books This one is you ll be happiest being just who you are.

    10. Charlotte says:
      I love classic children s stories This one was cute but a little too obvious, even for the preschool listener.

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