Book Review, Early Reader, Middle Grade Fiction

Noodle the Doodle by Jonathan Meres & illustrated by Katy Halford

Noodle the Doodle is a brilliantly fun summer story! There’s a new member of the class – Noodle the dog. He’s a bit silly and a bit of a troublemaker but the class loves him. He joins in with all of their adventures and makes everyone laugh.

When a class trip to the seaside is announced, the children are so excited! But what about Noodle? With sandcastles, sausages, crazy golf and football, it’s the perfect place for a pup. Will Noodle be able to stay out of trouble so everyone can have a great time?

Noodle the Doodle is full of fun, excitement and outright giddiness. With accessible yet stretching vocabulary, it would make a hilarious independent read (and would be even better as a shared story).  In true Barrington Stoke style, this laugh-out-loud story will be published with dyslexia friendly font and colours to ensure everyone can access the fun.

Thank you to Barrington Stoke for this wonderful book!

Click on the cover below to find out more or purchase on-line from Amazon.

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