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Friday, April 23, 2010

Feed Me Books Friday: Noddy

My mother was born in England and raised in Australia, which has given me some great experiences from the cultures she grew up with. One of the things I grew up with because of my mom is Noddy by Enid Blyton. Noddy is a cute little bobble-head who has all sorts of fun adventures. He is loved by children all over England and Australia, as well as who knows where else.
My family spent Christmas in Europe (yes, without me-it's ok, I'm over it) and brought this book back for K. I think this is the COOLEST children's book ever. Every single page has a jigsaw puzzle! K loves sitting and putting the puzzles together in this book. All of the puzzles have the picture printed behind them to help the kids put the puzzles together, and it's nice that even if a puzzle gets lost, the picture is still there. Each puzzle has a little story explaining what's happening in the puzzle.I'm going to have to look around for more puzzle books because this one is so much fun!

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4 comments:

  1. What a great book! We recently moved to Scotland and are getting to know some of the characters they love here. I had not seen Noddy yet, but I'm excited to check him out at the library. Thanks!

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  2. I've never heard of Noddy before! And the puzzle book looks very fun!

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  3. My parents and brothers all left me and spent christmas in Europe without me as well! :) I think I am over it...sorta...

    Thanks for linking up and for sharing such a great book!

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  4. I will have to see if I can find Noddy, we just love the cartoon.

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