Noodles & Goo are not food...at least not at this website (or in our books), but if you heard these words and started thinking of food, well, you're probably not alone. So, we've decided to embrace that. What restaurants have you eaten at that have great (okay, maybe just good even) Noodles & Goo? Share that in the comments section below. Be sure to tell us all about the noodles and goo and why you found it so yummy!
Noodles & Goo were very excited to be a part of children's lives from 2012 to 2015, but then they took a bit of a break. Now they are back and very excited to keep moving forward. So, come back here every week for tips on writing, ways to encourage young writers, and lots more fun. In fact, I'd love for you to suggest some fun. Make a suggestion for Noodles & Goo and I'll see that they take on new and interesting challenges.
It's been too long since we've chatted! Noodles & Goo has been keeping busy these past few months with school visits and all the adventures that they love so much.
So how about you? Have you started school? Do you have some new adventures?
After a very long winter in Michigan, Noodles & Goo are ready for summer. We'd like to know what fun things you think Noodles & Goo should be doing and then in a few days Noodles & Goo will share their thougths....
It's 2014 and Noodles & Goo are eager to get things rolling. Since March is already National Reading Month, Noodles & Goo would have set their little doggie hearts on reading with some of their friends on March 7. So here's a chance for you to win a visit from their creator and to help promote this new idea. So tell us....what if you could read with ANYONE in the world, who would it be?
The Noodles & Goo launch in June was amazing! People are still talking about it. Lynne Smelser read her story aloud while there. The Yum Yum Tree even created a special dessert for the occasion: a Noodles and Goo sundae, which had a chocolate shell of sorts , sprinkles, and Chinese noodles on top. The event was a blast!