{Dragons Eat Noodles on Tuesdays: Jon Stahl}

{Dragons Eat Noodles on Tuesdays: Jon Stahl}

{Synopsis} – “Once upon a time,” begins the big blue monster who is trying to tell a fabulous story. “It needs to be about a kid who is eaten by a dragon,” he insists.

But his little monster friend is not convinced that this is a good idea. “Dragon stories usually don’t end well,” he warns.

As the two monsters argue over how the story should go, a hungry dragon named Dennis is listening nearby. Dennis knows exactly how this story should go… And by the way, what day is it?

Watch out!

{My thoughts} – A brilliant book written for a young audience. The cover alone is eye appealing and wonderful. The illustrations within the pages are on par with the text on the pages. It all blends together in a flawless story.

The first thing I like about this book is that it is written in a dialogue fashion. I always enjoy books that help to introduce young children into the graphic novel/comic book world. This book helps to do that an so much more.

I also like that the hero of the story is a girl. Seeing as I am the mother of two small girls I find that this is a story they will be able to relate to in the future. However, right now it just makes a nice little story for story time.

I also like how it helps to show children essentially how to write a story. How you start with a beginning and an end and then add in more things as you go. It helps to show children how to build a nice story foundation.

Lastly I like how funny this book turned out to be. As I was reading it with my two year old, I couldn’t help but giggle at some of the content. It’s a very fun book that I enjoyed sharing with my daughter.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.


No comments yet. Why don’t you start the discussion?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *