A playful, interactive and laugh-out-loud-funny picture book with a deliciously hilarious ending! "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?
About the Author
Jon Stahl is a former elementary school teacher, an award-winning filmmaker, and a proud father of two adorable monsters. He lives with said monsters and his wife, Wendy, in California. This is his first book for young readers. You can visit him online at jonstahl.com
Tadgh (pronounced "TEEG") Bentley is a picture book author and illustrator originally from England, but now living in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio with his wife and their dog Atticus. After six years teaching elementary-aged children in Britain and Jordan, he pursued his long-held dream of writing and illustrating his own picture books including Little Penguin Gets the Hiccups and Samson: The Piranha Who Went to Dinner. You can visit him online at tadghbentley.com
Praise for Dragons Eat Noodles on Tuesdays:
This recursive tale invites young readers right into the storytelling process to create their own.... And Bentley's artwork, which has the look and liveliness of animated cartoons, works well with the broad fits and starts of storytelling.... No matter how silly it gets, this title never loses its engagement with readers. --Kirkus Reviews