"My name is Norman David Edwards, but everybody calls me Noodle. Sometimes I get tired of being told what to do."
Every day Noodle hears all about what he needs to do and why he needs to do it. He hears it from his parents, teachers and coaches, and he’s sick of it! What’s the point of making his bed every morning? Does it really matter how he kicks the soccer ball? And who cares if he plays the piano too fast or writes too sloppily? Once again, Noodle's mother is there to help him understand the importance of practicing smaller chores so he is ready for life's bigger challenges and decision-making ahead. He discovers why changing all his “need tos” into “I did its” will actually make him happier and more prepared to do whatever he’s asked.
Help inspire and influence children in grades K through 6 to become more self-motivated and responsible with the sixth storybook in Julia Cook's Responsible Me! series which strengthens character development and helps kids use better social skills at school and at home. Included at the end are tips for parents and educators to help encourage kids to practice self-reliance and have a positive attitude. 32 pgs.
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Published by Boys Town Press
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