Meet Peggy Noodle, the twelve-year-old new kid on the block who\'s interesting and fun--and teaching the kids in her neighborhood that not only is there more to her than meets the eye, but that everybody can find a way to be great.
"Peggy Noodle is a fun read. Peggy's dilemma of 'awkwardness' is put to rest as she meets the challenge of conquering a new sport shown to her by Clara, an elderly neighbor. This easy reader encourages self esteem, and depicts competition and friendships." - Carol Crane
“From the moment I opened Peggy Noodle Hula Hoop Queen I was hooked. It’s a feel good book that teaches a number of important childhood lessons like making friends, finding out what you’re good at, and how to be yourself…and proud of it! The illustrations in the book are beautifully done in black and white by Monica Wyrick. Your kids or students can work together to connect the struggles of Peggy’s first year in Peak City to the troubles they sometimes find with friends.” - A Carton of Milk
“I loved this book. It was fun to read and my 5 year old son thought the hula hoop was such a cool idea we bought him one. Now we just need Peggy to show him how it works. I like the lesson that it teaches that it is ok to be different. You need to find your own activity that makes you happy not what everyone else thinks you should be doing. It is great for children of all ages.” - Cathy Howard