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Mrs. Noodlekugel By Daniel Pinkwater Adam Stower,

  • Title: Mrs. Noodlekugel
  • Author: Daniel Pinkwater Adam Stower
  • ISBN: 9780763650537
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Nick and Maxine live in a tall building with one apartment on top of another So when they look out their window and see a little house they never knew was there, of course they must visit especially when their parents tell them not to Going through the boiler room, they re amazed to find to a secret backyard with a garden, a porch, and a statue of a cat And they re eNick and Maxine live in a tall building with one apartment on top of another So when they look out their window and see a little house they never knew was there, of course they must visit especially when their parents tell them not to Going through the boiler room, they re amazed to find to a secret backyard with a garden, a porch, and a statue of a cat And they re even amazed when that cat starts to talk Welcome to the world of Mrs Noodlekugel, where felines converse and serve cookies and tea, vision impaired mice join the party but may put crumbs up their noses , and children in search of funny adventures are drawn by the warm smell of gingerbread and the promise of magical surprises.
    Mrs Noodlekugel Nick and Maxine live in a tall building with one apartment on top of another So when they look out their window and see a little house they never knew was there of course they must visit especially w

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    1. Okay, seriously I LOVE THIS BOOK I didn t know much about it going into reading it I just knew that it had a good review Well, now I know why Seriously, I think that one of the happiest things in the world of juvenile fiction is that this is going to be a series of brilliant books And that will make me very happy Especially because this is a level that doesn t have very many things that I love It is harder than the easiest readers But it isn t as hard as a Nancy Drew book It is probably on par w [...]

    2. This is a cute little fantasy story for early readers Adults will require suspension of disbelief but kids who believe anything is possible will love Mrs Noodlekugel love her name and her assorted unusual companion I got this book for my 7 1 2 year old niece just finished first grade She flipped through it and declared she could read it herself I don t know if she will but I hope she does because I know she ll like it Maybe we ll make some gingerbread mice together.

    3. Pinkwater, Daniel Mrs NoodlekugelC from NetgalleyNick and Maxine move into a tall apartment building and accidentally get a glimpse of a small house with a garden in the center of their block They are told not to go there, but once they find that they can get to the area through the boiler room of their building, they go and meet Mrs Noodlekugel, her talking cat, and her four nearsighted mice It turns out that she will be their babysitter, but their parents told them not to visit her so that the [...]

    4. It s time to get a little bit silly, adventurous, whimsical, and down right fun loving Yes It s time to explore Mrs Noodlekuger by Daniel Pinkwater Now as you can see from the cover image, Mrs Noodlekuger is a delightfully cheerful little old lady.Well, Nick and Maxine our children in this delightful story have discovered a tiny little house situated at the rear of the tall apartment building in fact surrounded by tall buildings in which they now live Their curiosity gets the best of them and th [...]

    5. I CAN T BELIVE THERE ARE TWO AND ONE STAR REVIEWS FOR THIS BOOK IT S SWELL I think Daniel Pinkwater is a genius I don t love all is work, but this is certainly one I would have loved to have read when I was young Mrs Piggle Wiggle meets Hansel Gretel in this quirky and fun short chapter book 80 pages of delightful illustrations and unexpected narrative make this a great urban fairy tale for young independent readers For those who posted before me the aforementioned minimal stars , I say, Let the [...]

    6. Nick and Max live in one of the tall apartment buildings in a neighborhood filled with tall apartment buildings, but they found a secret way into the strange little garden and house surrounded on all sides by the tall buildings Mrs Noodlekugel lives in that house and when their parents expressly forbid them from visiting her the kids try to do good, but the house is just too interesting to stay away from.Once they meet Mrs Noodlekugel and the cat Fuzzface and all the mice living with them they c [...]

    7. Mrs Noodlekugel is the eccentric neighbor who lives in a little old fashioned house, which catches the attention of the children Nick and Maxine who live in a huge skyscraper next door The story has great potential but doesn t feel complete as some of the kid s queries are answered glibly and without mystery and other strange occurrences don t seem to shock the children With pieces of numerous fairytales juggled about and a story that never decides if it will be a moral tale, or simply a humorou [...]

    8. Help I just finished this and have no idea how to rate it There are some things about it that I LOVED It was funny, whimsical, weird and goofy And yet, there were parts where the writing really bothered me I know it is inteded for kids transitioning from beginning readers to chapter books, but I expected the writing to be smoother There are parts that seem abrupt and clunky There is a decided lack of contractions in the dialogue that makes it feel like the kinds of writing that my kids HATED whe [...]

    9. This is a short, strange tale about an adorable little old lady who lives in a small, adorable house in the middle of a group of apartment buildings The tale is entertaining, featuring a talking, singing, cooking cat and four very farsighted mice Both my husband and I had a good chuckle over the parents who forbid the kids to visit the little old lady, which, of course, they immediately do It makes me wonder what Nick and Maxine might have done had their parents encouraged them to visit the litt [...]

    10. If you stand on the dresser in Maxine s new high rise bedroom and look out of the very corner of the window, you might see a tiny little cottage, tucked in behind all the skyscrapers in the neighborhood That is the home of Mrs Noodlekugel and her talking, baking cat, Mr Fuzzface Nick and Maxine aren t sure how to get to the backyard of the skyscraper to meet Mrs Noodlekugel, but with the help of the Mike the janitor who likes to eat stewed tomatoes out of the can , they find their way to the tin [...]

    11. Really enjoyed this The title and illustrations suggest some sort of Mrs Piggle Wiggle ish woman, but the story isn t that It is sort of shaggy dog, meandering, and odd, but something about the writing and deadpan amusing elements e.g nearsighted mice absolutely charmed me The ending is a tad abrupt, but it is the first in series so I will be interested to see where it goes.

    12. A delightful fantasy for beginning readers Refreshingly old fashioned in that it relies on running gags to move the plot along No violence.

    13. I read this aloud in 30min to my 7 year old and 5 year old, who gave this book five stars and four stars, respectively I also give it four stars I understand that some people are dissatisfied because it seems to have ended abruptly It is a series and I am requesting them for my local library immediately I love to say Noodlekugel.

    14. I m so glad I found this at the library used book sale for fifty cents A great layout and storyline for my second graders Talking animals, kids their age and an older neighbor who could be a witch

    15. I love many other works by Pinkwater, but this is just too odd for me and I can t get over the parents being sneaky and the kids being disobedient And I really wish Jill Pinkwater had illustrated it But I have the sequels checked out, and they are very short, so I guess I ll keep reading.

    16. Originally posted on my blog guiltlessreading I love that name, it just brings a smile to my face And I am willing to bet that your youngster will too All together now Mrs Noodlekugel The whimsy, imagination and sheer fun of this book is endearing But there are few things that concern me if I were reading this to my youngster The book in one sentence Urban kids Nick and Maxine discover their newbabysitter, Mrs Noodlekugel in a cute and seemingly magical little house tucked away in the sea of hig [...]

    17. Magical Realism, With A Wink and A Smile, For KidsNo one does deadpan absurd better than Daniel Pinkwater From early readers through YA high schoolers these are books for the hippest and most tuned in of kids.The Larry the Polar Bear books and the Irving and Muktuk books are ideal for starting readers who can follow the slightly skewed action The Werewolf Club is for a slightly older crowd You have the Adventures of a Cat Whiskered Girl series for even older readers, and The Education of Robert [...]

    18. The cover is the best part about this book That and the interior illustrations This book looks like it would be comparable to Mary Poppins and or Mrs Pigglewiggle The book looks like it would be a funny story for an age group that doesn t get much attention But The writing just did NOT work for me at all The writing especially the dialogue was so terribly unnatural and awkward Trying much too hard to be Dick and Jane, maybe I don t know.A tall building, with one apartment stacked on top of anoth [...]

    19. Reason for Reading My son read to me as his reader I have always enjoyed Daniel Pinkwater as an author, though I ve only read a few of his books.First as to age appropriateness The publisher recommends this to age 5 and that is an appropriate age but as a read aloud I think the perfect reading level group would be 7 9 However, my struggling reader is 12 and he found the story funny, not babyish at all This is the extreme age range though.This is a light hearted quick read Mrs Noodlekugel is rem [...]

    20. Mrs Noodlekugel lives in the mysterious little cottage in back of the apartment building where Nick and Maxine have just moved Their parents ask them not to bother her, but the kids can t resist and they go knocking on her door anyway What they discover is that Mrs Noodlekugel is not just any ordinary neighbor She has a talking cat, several vision impaired mice friends, and the ability to bake magical cookies.I know that Daniel Pinkwater is a creative author with an absurd sense of humor, so I h [...]

    21. Looking for some books to choose for grade school reading groups, Mrs Noodlekugel and any of its sequels would be a great choice Daniel Pinkwater continues to infuse his work with a whimsy that never fails to charm Mrs Noodlekugel is a lovely woman not a witch, though she certainly has a magic of her own who lives in a cozy cottage tucked away behind the massive apartment blocks of a major city, and is discovered by two children who quickly find out that anything is possible at Mrs Noodlekugel [...]

    22. A quick and easy read which could have packed a little bit than it does Two children discover a charming home in the middle of where they least expected it right in the middle of a whole block of high rise buildings The kids find out that it belongs to Mrs.Noodlekugel, a kind old woman who lives there with a talking cat along with not three, but four blind mice The story moved and ended rather abruptly for me and was a little confusing and not seeming so right as well at certain points which is [...]

    23. This book would have been ideal for my newly emerging readers it has a kid appealing story with just enough fantasy, folly, and humor and plenty of charming black and white illustrations by Adam Stower to keep a beginning reader s attention, in addition to great cover appeal for girls, anyway But be aware that this book has a limited readership, given that the text is overly simplistic quite Dick and Jane ish, just in longer chapter form It is, in effect, a long beginning reader, when the child [...]

    24. One of the hardest things for me is finding books for third graders, but after reading Mrs Noodlekugel, I ll have a bit to recommend to kids in the younger grades who may not be ready to read real chapter books but want something advanced that a K 2nd grade reader Some of the flaws that other reviewers have pointed out, I think, are actually not so much the writing style, etc but because the story is meant for a younger audience For example, I don t think I ve ever thought of a K 2nd grade rea [...]

    25. Siblings Nick and Maxine have just moved into an apartment building where they live on an upper floor Soon after they moved in, they discovered a tiny house behind their apartment building, but they could not figure out how to get there They decided to ask the janitor of the building who told them they had to go through the boiler room But their parents told them not to bother the woman who lived in the house and not to visit Of course, the two children just had to meet her So they traveled thro [...]

    26. My reluctantly reading 2nd Grader loves this book His review It has no scary parts, only fun parts The exciting parts are fun without being scary fun I m not sure what level of scariness he was expecting from a book with a friendly grandma and cat on the cover Maybe I ve talked to him about Nazi s too muchThis super short chapter book could almost be a Level 3 Reader, like Frog and Toad This mild fantasy quest is a great introduction for reluctant readers, boys and girls alike Most of the second [...]

    27. I love Daniel Pinkwater s humor but it fell flat in this beginning chapter book It is a 72 page beginning chapter book with large type, black and white illustrations throughout, and lots of white space There are too few books like this out there for beginning readers so I had high hopes Nothing terribly wrong with it, but the story does not go anywhere Nick and Maxine learn that Mrs Noodlekugel is their new babysitter and have some fun adventures with her, the end There is a 2nd book in the seri [...]

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