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Best-selling author-illustrator TEDD ARNOLD has teamed up with two professional storytellers to create a third comic-style book about the gullible Noodlehead Brothers, Mac and Mac.
Mac and Mac deduce that since fish live in schools, they must be smart. The fish in this funny story are smart enough to outwit Mac and Mac! Cousin Meatball also gets the better of them. He convinces the brothers that if they put their snack into a toy boat, the little boat will grow into a big one. It seems to work. Or does it? Then three fish get the boys to feed them worms while avoiding Mac's and Mac's fish hooks. Oh well. Mac and Mac would rather snack on fish crackers and gummy worms anyway! The stories in this book are inspired by traditional folktales referenced in back matter.
Like comics? Like to laugh? Then you'll love the wacky antics of brothers Mac and Mac, brought to you by the guy who does Fly Guy and his two Noodlehead friends. These easy-to-read graphic novels feature short accessible chapters, perfect for young comic fans!
Twin brothers Mac and Mac are Noodleheads--nothing upstairs!--but kids can use their own noodles to see where the brothers' ideas go wrong. Encouraging readers to think for themselves, this Theodor Seuss Geisel Award-winning series has its roots in world folklore and traditional tales of fools.
A Junior Library Guild selection!
About the Author
MARTHA HAMILTON and MITCH WEISS are the acclaimed storyteller team known as Beauty & the Beast Storytellers. They have won an Irma Simonton Black Award for Excellence in Children's Literature, two Storytelling World Awards, and an Anne Izard Storytellers' Choice Award.
With more than 20 million books in print, TEDD ARNOLD is the best-selling author-illustrator of No Jumping on the Bed, Parts,Rat Life, and the Fly Guy series, including two Theodor Seuss Geisel Award Honor books..
"Readers will come away with plenty of laughs. The introduction and three short chapters are filled with brightly colored comics panels in Arnold's signature art style. Fans won't want to miss the boat on this one."