“Enter a world where imagination is king, and even the crankiest person can find happiness.”–Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles, Steven Joseph.
International author Steven Joseph is yet to release his children’s book ‘Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles’. In his third book, Steven writes a funny but inspirational tale that kids will learn. The feel-good book is illustrated by the excellent Andy Case.
‘Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles’ follows the story of Herbie Snoodleman and his marvelous invention: The SnoodleMobile, which is basically the type of car that can be operated by noodles—yes, as in real food. When you have an invention like this, it will undoubtedly become a hit to everyone. SnoodleMobile became popular, and everyone in town used it as it’s both efficient and happiness-inducing at the same time. Despite this, one person in the city is not happy about its success, and that is Sour Croodleman, the man behind the KrautMobile, which was once popular but is now replaced by the SnoodleMobile. Croodleman decides to seek revenge, but will his plan be successful? This book is fun to read and has many life lessons in store. Read more to find out!
Imagination–Sky is the limit.
The whole concept about cars being powered by noodles (or any food in general) is fascinatingly funny. Still, it is quite possible to happen when you think more about it considering all the high-tech gadgets are being released nowadays; old ones are being replaced by upgraded ones. Countless discoveries pop out here and there, and they’re all products of creative minds. I like how this book tells the message to stop restricting our capacity to think of something extraordinary. All significant discoveries now started from just one grain of thought—even the littlest and simplest idea can go a long way. Use your imagination to make the impossible—possible.
Revenge will do no good
Another great message that I also love about this book is how it emphasizes the importance of not being envious of others’ success. Putting other people down and sabotaging their work won’t make you successful in life. Sure, people who do it will feel some sort of power, but it’s not really helpful and gratifying in the long run. Instead of seeking revenge, why not take the time to work and focus more on yourself? Use it to work on your flaws and improve on the things you’re not good at.
Don’t be afraid to move the world
Lastly, this book tells us to always keep trying and never be afraid of taking risks. Utilize the skills you already have and use them to contribute to the world you live in. Failures are part of life, and they shouldn’t stop us from continuing unto the path we choose to take. You’ll never know; you might be the one who’ll end up moving the world to become the best it can be.
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