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New Release | Snoodles in Space: A Snoodle, the Zoodle Kidoodles, and One Happy Schmoodle #kidlit
Title: Snoodles in Space: A Snoodle, the Zoodle Kidoodles, and One Happy Schmoodle
Author: Steven Joseph
Genre: Children’s Picture Book
In the award-winning book “Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles,” Steven Joseph and Andy Case introduced us to a world where everyone was happy because of one man, Herbie Snoodleman, the inventor of the Snoodlemoblie, powered solely by noodles. It had replaced Sour Croodleman’s Krautmobile, which ran on sauerkraut and made everyone quite a bit cranky.
In this follow-up book, when the Zoodle Kidoodles from the planet Zoodle abduct Norman Noodle and Sally Stroodle, the Zoodle Kidoodles threaten to take all of Earth’s noodles— unless they perform the necessary brain operation on their grand leader, Cloodle the Grand Roodle, and fix their spaceship’s failing engines.
The one problem? Norman Noodle and Sally Stroodle are simple bakers. Sour Croodleman’s Prickly Peppered Purple Propulsion Powered Pickle invention is their only hope, but will he unite with Herbie Snoodleman to save the planet?
The reason we have brought you here is that for centuries, the Zoodles had the greatest brain surgeons and rocket scientists in the galaxy. Unfortunately, they were proud and started to poo-poo everyone else.
When they looked at anyone else’s accomplishments, they would say “You know. It isn’t brain surgery” and “You know, it isn’t rocket science.”
Soon, everyone became afraid to be brain surgeons and rocket scientists, and now, we have none left.
Steven Joseph is an attorney, professional negotiator, marathon runner, comedian and zen master. He lives in Hoboken, New York, and is a proud father of a grown up daughter Vita. He is also the son of a Holocaust Survivor, and his writings lean on the concept of survival, which was ever present growing up as a child, and acknowledgment which he has learned through his zen practice. His book websites that continually explores themes of crankiness are www.StevenJosephAuthor.com. He explores the path to effective crankiness in "A Grownup Guide to Effective Crankiness: The CrankaTsuris Method." He is also the author of three children’s books “The Last Surviving Dinosaur: The TyrantoCrankaTsuris; “Snoodles, Kidoodles, Poodles, and Lots and Lots of Noodles”; and the upcoming “Snoodles in Space: A Snoodle, the Zoodle Kidoodles, and One Happy Schmoodle”.
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