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Reviewed by Soumya Sreehari for Readers' Favorite
In the aisles of a grocery store, have you wondered about the different kinds of noodles on display? Oodles and Oodles of Noodley Noodles by Cindy "Ninni" Grant is a delightful treat to learn about all the different kinds of noodles that are out there. Which one is your favorite? Spaghetti, Penne, Ravioli, or Fettuccine? Do you know all the names? How are they different from each other? Learn all of this in this beautifully illustrated book. The story of different kinds of noodles is sure to make you hungry and happy. The illustrations are realistic depictions of how children eat and are hilarious and insightful at the same time. Pick up this book to read along with your kids, have a hearty laugh, and learn about all the different kinds of Noodley Noodles.
If you are someone who loves to eat noodles for every meal, this book is definitely for you. Even if you are not, Oodles and Oodles of Noodley Noodles by Cindy "Ninni" Grant is a great read for children. The story is all about noodles and the different varieties. The illustrations are funny and show children in imaginative scenarios full of noodles. I especially liked the phonetic notation for every name to help in the pronunciation. This is helpful for children and grown-ups alike. I learned some new things, laughed a lot, and started to read from page 1 all over again. The book is great to read aloud with children, and I am sure this will become one of their favorites. I would certainly love to read this with the kids in my family.