Testimonials and Reviews
‘The skillfully composed and wonderfully effective bright illustrations buzz with lively detail, bursting with wacky close-ups and character-building moments. Both text and art complement each other perfectly.’
The Prairie Book Review
‘Featuring a cast of hilarious, over the top characters and set in a world where delicious noodles (of all kinds) are king, the sheer bold colors of artist Andy Case's illustrations accompany and enhance an already-splendid tale by Joseph in which whimsy seems the name of the game and silly yet clever wordplay entices, from the first imaginative page to the last.’
The US Review
‘Andy Case, a freelance illustrator and cartoonist from Nottingham, UK, did the fantastic illustrations. The illustrations are colorful and have that cartoonish feel to them. It fits nicely on the feel-good and fun vibe of the whole story.’
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‘The book’s illustrations go a long way in further enriching the world that Joseph creates. Reminiscent of the art style found in old educational cartoons, Case’s images are filled with quite a few colors across the spectrum, making the book’s visual component as vibrant as its language. In this way, color is one of the book’s centrepieces. Perfectly in sync, the two creators work together to make colorful characters in a colorful world that uses colorful pictures and words’
Main Crest Media
‘Andy Case’s inventive artwork bolsters the words with colour and hilarity, bringing Joseph’s characters to life and providing, even more, to talk about and explore.’
Book Viral Reviews
Beyond the fun of this book as a read-aloud are the illustrations by Andy Case. Entertaining pictures set in a comic book layout, at times using multiple panels per page, illustrate the flow of the story. Beyond the comic style of illustrations are little gems hidden in the pictures if one looks close enough.
The Children's Book Review
The illustrations by Andy Case bring the story to life. There are so many fun touches, from the newspaper headlines to the pictures of alternative food-powered vehicles. Kids and adults will get a kick out of discovering new details each time they read the story.
The book contains quite fun and fascinating illustrations, such as newspaper headlines and magazines featuring the popularity of Snoodles. It bursts with creativity and provides an enjoyable and refreshing reading experience for anyone who picks it up. This children’s book contains many endearing elements like a museum with noodle art and pictures of vehicles made from delicious foods for the enjoyment of young readers.
Independent Book Review
SNOODLES, KIDOODLES, POODLES AND LOTS OF NOODLES is a picture book full of goofy inventions and situations, which are brilliantly brought to life by Andy Case’s animated and vibrant illustrations. Children will find the colorful cartoon panels appealing, while puns and pop culture references sprinkled throughout may get adults laughing along as well. The pictures are full of clever little background details—like building names and newspaper headlines—that make the book ripe for multiple readings
Andy Case's expressive, adorable illustrations complement the delightful and read-aloud text in this book.
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The illustrations are sharp and vivid ... the illustrations are enormously expressive and engaging ... A fun and entertaining story for children of all ages ... Case's illustrations will charm children and parents alike."
Self Publishing Review
The book is filled with “outlandish humor and lively storytelling”and includes beautiful, full-color pictures.
Andy Case has created amazing illustrations with a vintage style, reminding us of the classic picture books of our childhood. The imagery is unusual and will stimulate creative thinking
With tongue-twisting laughs and an out-of-this-world adventure, this book is sure to be a hit with both kids and adults. Illustrator Andy Case and Joseph deliver another creative and fun-filled story in the Snoodles Saga
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