Sometimes I Wonder If Poodles Like Noodles

Sometimes I Wonder If Poodles Like Noodles An illustrated collection of whimsical poems by bestselling author Laura Numeroff about a child s day to day experiences and other topics Full color

  • Title: Sometimes I Wonder If Poodles Like Noodles
  • Author: Laura Joffe Numeroff
  • ISBN: 9780689851230
  • Page: 385
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sometimes I Wonder If Poodles Like Noodles

    An illustrated collection of whimsical poems by bestselling author Laura Numeroff about a child s day to day experiences and other topics Full color.

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    1. Hunter

      Title: Sometimes I Wonder if Poodles like noodlesAuthor: Laura NumeroffIllustrator: Tim BowersGenre: Poem Picture BookTheme(s): Humor, Imagination, Opening line/Sentence: Sometimes I Wonder if Poodles like Noodles, do lions use ironsBrief Book Summary: Silly poems for little kids. Written from the point of view of children. Play on words with rhyming patterns. Professional Recommendation/Review #1:Kindergarten-Grade 3-Through her many picture books, Numeroff has proven that she has a unique gras [...]

    2. Lauren Tortorello

      This book highlights the big and little aspects of childhood. It is composed of many different poems that deal with birthday parties, holidays, sleepovers, and friends. This book is great for kids to read out loud. This book can be easily related to by young children. Can be used during a poetry unit, before allowing children to create their own poems. The illustrations do a great job capturing the events that are happening. Would pair with "Chick Chicka Boom Boom"My best friend, Kate, has red h [...]

    3. Kelly

      Some of the best illustrations I've seen in a children's book. The poems seemed a little forced. They were lighthearted and sweet though.

    4. Taylor Torgrimson

      Sometimes I Wonder If Poodles Like Noodles by Laura Joffe Numeroff is a good book filled with many different poems for young readers. The book is narrated by a little girl who's name is never stated, but yet she takes the reader through a series of different events that she likes to do or describes the people around her. For example, there will be two pages and on one side she will describe her cousin and how she likes to paint, all in a poem, and on the other side she will have a poem about her [...]

    5. Deanna Vaughn

      This is a cute book that includes many poems about the author, Laura Numeroff, when she was a little girl. I like that the poems build on each other and the next poem could include her friend she discussed in a poem earlier in the book. It is also easy to read the book because she goes in an order that categorizes what she likes or is doing. For example, a few pages will be about how she likes to make food and cook with her dad. Another couple pages will be about her getting ready for bed, and f [...]

    6. Anne

      The title gave me high expectations for this book, since it sounds a little like Seuss, so one might expect some Seuss-tacular rhyming. "My Wonderful Dream" is one poem in this picture book collection that comes a bit close to capturing that kind of whimsy and delight. But the poems about ordinary events like bedtime, Halloween, bath time, and ice skating are pleasant and the pictures have a warm realism. "When I was Sick in Bed" is one of my favorites, and the picture for it is very cozy, of th [...]

    7. Amy Fretz

      This book is not what they title makes it seem. This is not a Laura Numeroff book that follows the theme that the title suggests. Instead, this is a compilation of some poems of things that the little girl does. One is about the girls dog and his spots. The poem is quite short but it could be a good example for a rhyming lesson because it won't overwhelm the reader. The poems are fairly cute, but really have no depth to them. These are poems that I would read allowed to a class quickly at the st [...]

    8. Donna

      This is a lovely picture book that will delight children. Each story is told in poetry. Poems such as Sometimes I wonder, Spots, A Story I Like To Tell. All stories are told through the eyes of a young girl. Truth be told, a lot of what she talked about made plenty of sense! One of her poems: My Friend's Freckles My best friend, Kate, has red hair and freckles. That covers her cheeks and her nose. The first time I met her I had to ask: "Do your freckles go down to your toes?"This book is recomme [...]

    9. Eva Leger

      My daughter hated this book. And I agree. Basically because is sucks. It seems like people look at a book, see the name of a big author or an author they've loved in the past, and immediately it's a five star book. What about the content within? I've been wasting time because I could have amassed millions and millions of dollars by now. I could be up on Oprah level right now if I had realized this in time. Julia usually will slog through a book if I keep going but this she stopped me and asked m [...]

    10. Chanita Zimmerman

      I really enjoy reading this book. It is very entertaining and great for children. It cover many different themes for the classroom. This is a great read when pertaining to poems.Poem of choiceSpots My dalmatian's name is Sydney He's got a million spots. I think it would be fun to try Connecting all his dots.

    11. Emilia

      This poem book is all about being a child and letting your imagination go wild. In this poetry book Numeroff talks about all the things that children love as well as the things that represent being a child for most people; dinosaurs, days at the beach, sleepovers, Halloween, grandparents, and wild dreams.

    12. Natalie Schmitt

      This book is full of silly poems. In the poem My Grandma and My Grandpa, the author describes what they do throughout the day. Some of the things they do are very entertaining like playing the banjo. This book would be good to read showing students different types of poems.

    13. Sandy

      This is a great rhyming poetry book by Laura Numeroff, who also wrote "If You Give A Pig A Party", "If You Take A Mouse to School", and "Beatrice Doesn't Want To." As with Laura Numeroff's stories, this collection of poems are quite entertaining for children.

    14. Sidney Chumbler

      This book is about wondering. It reminds me of Dr. Seuss because there are many stories inside one big one. Like Dalmatians having spots and grandma and grandpa doing the same thing all week long. The illustrations are really colorful and full of animals Numeroff style.

    15. Amanda Stacy

      This a a great boom of many different styles of poems. I would use this for 3rd to 5th to show the different ways a poem could be written.

    16. Shelli

      Cute simple poetry that will impire students to create their own. Great resource for educators to have handy in the classroom.

    17. Erika Stauch

      This book hasn't won any awards. It is great for grades K-2. This story is full of poems about a young girl and the things she does from her point of view. She goes to trick or treating, sleep overs and birthday parties. It is comical and full of laughter for children. This book is full of color and great poems. This book would be great for a read aloud on the carpet. This book is also full of many kids of poems, its not just about one thing. I would use this book as a read aloud, children would [...]

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