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Noodleheads

Author:
Arnold, Tedd
 
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Star rating for Noodlehead Nightmares
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Series Volume:
1.
Average Rating:
3.8 stars
Description:
From the author who brought you Fly Guy comes an easy-to-read graphic novel about two very funny brothers—“great fun for newly independent readers and graphic novel newbies” (School Library Journal)
Mac and Mac, who love pie and hate making their beds, are hollow-headed. "See in here? Nothing! Zippo! Nada!" Mac explains.  That’s why they're so easy to fool—and their clever friend Meatball isn't...
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Star rating for Noodleheads see the future
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Series Volume:
2.
Average Rating:
4 stars
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Inspired by folktales about fools from around the world, brothers Mac and Mac Noodlehead exasperate Uncle Ziti, are fooled by their friend Meatball, and make a garden for their mother.
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Star rating for Noodleheads find something fishy
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Series Volume:
3.
Average Rating:
4 stars
Description:
Brothers Mac and Mac are outwitted by Cousin Meatball, three fish, and even a fishing rod when they set out to learn something new. Includes author's note on tales of fools and the motifs found in this story.
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Star rating for Noodleheads Fortress of Doom
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Series Volume:
4.
Average Rating:
4 stars
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Using knowledge from a library book, brothers Mac and Mac build a fortress, but Meatball, armed with a book of his own, wants to take it from them.
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Star rating for Noodleheads lucky day
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Series Volume:
5.
Average Rating:
3 stars
Description:
"Brothers Mac and Mac are SO lucky that everything goes well - even when their frenemy Meatball plays tricks on them"--
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Star rating for Noodleheads do the impossible
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Series Volume:
6.
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After hearing Uncle Ziti's unbelievable story about a snake and a frog, brothers Mac and Mac are captivated by the idea of doing something impossible so that perhaps one day people will tell tales about their amazing feats.