They learn he's a very good baker as most Danish blues are.
This is classic Daniel Pinkwater with characters stating the obvious in a wry tone, absurd happenings interspersed with everyday activities, and a wild sense of fun!
In the tradition of MRS PIGGLE-WIGGLE and MARY POPPINS, this is a charming and delightful "magical babysitter" story.
No one does deadpan absurd better than Daniel Pinkwater. From early readers through YA high schoolers these are books for the hippest and most tuned-in of kids. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Pop Bop
We got the book for our first grader, but I ended up reading it aloud to him- more that once. Daniel Pinkwater writes a bit of humor for everyone, and the big siblings -both... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amy C Sheridan
My daughter took this book out at the library and loved it. Now she is reading it to herself on her kindlePublished 12 months ago by maureen staley
It was a little short for me at a level V reading level but I loved the story in all.Published 13 months ago by DJK
We read this book aloud at bedtime. It read quite choppy and seemed unfinished. Overall not a good story. We were disappointed.Published 22 months ago by Tina M. Williams
This was a good 1st chapter book. It has some pictures and my 4 year old son liked hearing the story. The talking cat and 4 mice made it fun and I liked the fantasy in the story. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Kindle Customer
Can be read all at once or as a chapter book. My four year old boy really enjoyed the story as did I!Published 23 months ago by PKC
Don't get me wrong, I like Daniel Pinkwater, but this book was awful. From the lack of contractions to the stilted writing to the been there done that plot, I had to force myself... Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by MSJ
I can certainly see the charms of Mrs. Noodlekugel. The book has an engaging premise. A brother and sister move into a apartment building and soon after discover a little house... Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Catherine Nichols